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    I want to become a game developer, animator, digital art and programmer. All of these are related to computers. So I want to ask you guys that what subjects should I study in A-level and what degree should I get after doing A-level to become a game developer?
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    For A-levels you could do; Art, Fine Art, Graphics or Computer Science. Degree would be either Computer Science, Art or Animation.
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    (Original post by Musa Computes)
    I want to become a game developer, animator, digital art and programmer. All of these are related to computers. So I want to ask you guys that what subjects should I study in A-level and what degree should I get after doing A-level to become a game developer?
    Hi Musa Computes

    When choosing option for A-levels I suggest you go for something that you enjoy but help build a portfolio. Perhaps, you could look into practical Media, Graphic design, Art and IT. I would recommend trying to get an summer internship or learning Adobe or 3D softwares such as Maya (which is also used in BA animation) .

    In terms of thinking of a degree, why don't you try summer workshops universities offer. Here at Ravensbourne, we offer workshops throughout the year. You can email [email protected] to find out more. You can also come to our open days to find out more about the building and our courses.

    If you have any more questions feel free to ask

    Aliya and Row
 
 
 
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