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COURSE OVERVIEWOur Computer Games Design foundation year will give you the technical and industry knowledge you need to study a degree in creative side of the games industry. At the end of the foundation year you’ll begin studying our 3-year BSc (Hons) Computer Games Design at Staffordshire University London’s Digital Institute, based in Queen Elizabeth Park.During the course develop the technical and creative skills you need to become a professional in computer games design. You will become
Our Computer Games Design foundation year will give you the technical and industry knowledge you need to study a degree in creative side of the games industry. At the end of the foundation year you’ll begin studying our 3-year BSc (Hons) Computer Games Design at Staffordshire University London’s Digital Institute, based in Queen Elizabeth Park.
During the course develop the technical and creative skills you need to become a professional in computer games design. You will become more than just an expert in software such as 3DS Maz, Substance and Unreal, you’ll be studying with a curriculum that is constantyl updated to professional standards and according to the input of our team of industry partners. During your course you’ll get the chance to network with our partners, who are big-hitters in the computer games design.
Our focus throughout our courses is your employability when you graduate, and that’s why we offer work experience opportunities, as well as making sure we keep you ahead of the game with industry legislation and modern design techniques.
In our foundation year you’ll be taught at the Tottenham campus of College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London with high levels of tutor support and guidance. Upon completion you’ll move to our Here East campus at Queen Elizabeth Park, London, where you’ll learn with experienced experts in the latest and greatest facilities, including a state-of-the-art studio spaces and high-grade software and hardware.
Graduates from our Computer Games Design degree are in great demand, working across the globe as games designers, 3D artists, 3D animators, level designers and technical artists. Our graduates joined the likes of Ubisoft as level designers, working on games like The Division, and several of our recent graduates worked on Grand Theft Auto V and other upcoming Rockstar North titles.
Enfield and North East London (Capital City College Group)
United Kingdom Nearest tube station: Seven Sisters 0.2 miles away Nearest train station: Seven Sisters 0.1 miles away