Games and Animation Production, BA (Hons)

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Games and Animation Production, BA (Hons)
Games and Animation Production, BA (Hons)
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Games and Animation Production, BA (Hons)
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Games and Animation Production, BA (Hons)

Overview

The global games industry is booming and was worth £80 billion in 2019. Interest is growing all of the time and there are an estimated 20 million gamers in the UK alone. With developments in technology in areas such as virtual and augmented reality, the opportunities to work in this exciting industry are only expected to increase in the years ahead.

The vast majority of the games and animations produced in Britain are done so by small and medium-sized businesses and students on this course work in such a professional environment by working on individual and group projects in comfortable class sizes. The whole ethos of the course is to develop individuals who can respond creatively to commercial challenges, and who are able to pitch and promote their ideas and work collaboratively to realise them.

Course length:

Full-time: 3 years (3 days a week)
Part-time: 4 years (2 days a week)

Start date:

13th September 2021

Location:

Knightstone Campus

Course codes:

Institution: W47
Course: GAPR
Campus: -

Awarding institution:

UWE Bristol

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Course detail

Whether you want to develop your practice in mobile, PC, console, VR or multiplatform games production, or finesse your skills in animation, the vocational focus of this course can help you break into the sector you are interested in. As well as incorporating industry standards throughout, it is taught by active practitioners and visiting experts. You will also undertake a work placement relevant to your career plans.

The course is taught in dedicated rooms in UCW’s Knightstone Campus. You will also benefit from the new equipment, modern library and bright and spacious study spaces in our new University Centre in the Winter Gardens, also in the centre of Weston.

This course also offers a comprehensive itinerary of optional visits to studios and businesses in the games and animation industry, and games conventions in the UK and abroad. In recent years and at an additional expense, students have visited EGX in Birmingham and Gamescom in Cologne, for example.

Please click on the next tab to find out more about what you will learn on this programme and how it is taught and assessed.

Please contact the course leader Nim Lind or UCW’s HEART student services team if you have any questions. It would also be great to meet you and show you around at our next Open Day.

What's it like

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Quick Stats

Transform your passion for gaming into a career by producing games and animations alongside studies in other creative, business and computing disciplines.

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Quick Stats

Transform your passion for gaming into a career by producing games and animations alongside studies in other creative, business and computing disciplines.

Delivered in partnership

This course is delivered in partnership with the University of the West of England (UWE).

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