Our Computer Games Design degree explores the creative and technical aspects of games production, giving you the necessary skills to develop, produce and publish games titles. This course is accredited by the industry games body TIGA, and will give you the skills to become a 3D artist, animator or games designer.
We work closely with Epic Games to ensure that course content remains relevant, giving our students excellent networking opportunities in the games industry.
Our facilities boast a hi-tech Vicon Motion Capture Studio, Europe's only Epic Games Centre, hundreds of PCs and game development possibilities with Sony, Vive, Occulus and more.
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Stafforshire has fantastic teaching staff who really do their best to help you. The union is very active too, and it’s a great way to meet people. Gobble and Super Friday at the LRV were such amazing nights, and there's so much in Stoke to keep you busy. There's not so much on the Staffs campus, although the food and facilities are great.
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