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Computer Games BA (Hons) Top-Up


What you learn Level 6 Modules may include: Major Project Indie Game Level Indie Game Enterprise Research Benefits/ Skills you will develop You will be given the opportunity to work across a wide range of computer games platforms, learning to create assets using industry standard software and implement those assets into the game engines used by professional designers. You will also be developed as a creative individual, learning to appreciate and apply the artistic and narrative techniques that form the core of games as an aesthetic experience. Finally, you will become well versed in the real world of computer games,…

BA(Hons) Computer Games (Concept Art)


BA Computer Games Concept Art

What you learn Modules may include: Level 6 Interactive Graphic Novel Major Project Research Indie Game Enterprise Benefits/ skills you will develop You will be given the opportunity to work across a wide range of projects, developing skills in the specialism of game concept art. Additionally, you will explore the workflows required to create unique and refined characters, creatures, worlds and environments for contemporary computer games. You will develop skills in integrating these designs fully into your own game ideas, giving you full creative control over your own unique idea. Heavy emphasis will be on preparing your work to showcase…

Game Development Foundation Degree


BA Computer Games Concept Art

creations with knowledge of 3D, 2D and Programming. Developing the workflows required to create game ready assets, environments and scripting in engines such as Unity and Unreal to make playable games. You will develop skills in implementing the assets you have created and integrate them with code to create an interactive and engaging playable game. You will develop the following skills: Innovative and creative thinking that prepares you for a role in the games industry or as an Independent Developer in your own right. Critical understanding of contemporary computer games and the theory and psychology behind gameplay. Self-discipline and independence…

Graduate gets ahead of the game with degree


Brandon Lamb

but found a new direction in the world of computer games. “I knew I wanted to attend university but didn’t feel that continuing my music studies was right for me. During one of the modules on the music course, I was tasked with creating audio and special effects for a 3D animated game or film. “This led me to research 3D games design and the different technology and software used to create games. Ultimately, I found the computer games design course at Leeds City College. I then decided to further my studies beyond college and attend university,” Brandon explains. He…

Game Programming Foundation Degree


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problem solving techniques that form the core of contemporary games development. Finally, you will become well versed in the real world of computer games, learning how the past, present and future of computer games are vital to your career and personal development. You will develop a range of skills that can be used across the creative industries, such as Computer Programming, AI developer, Software developer and many others. Assessment Modules will be formally assessed and graded through a range of methods, including: Practical Demonstrations Portfolios Reflections Case Studies Solo & Group Projects Evaluations Academic Posters This range of activities provides…

Sound for Film and Games Foundation Degree


What you learn Modules may include: Level 4 Composition Skills 1 Sound Recording Personal Development Sound Design Audio Practice in the industry The Language of Sound and Music Level 5 Voice Working in the industry Composition Skills 2 Implementing Sound Negotiated Essay Benefits/ Skills you will develop The aim of this course is to provide you with skills in the production of audio for computer games, moving image and app development as well as the underpinning theoretical knowledge to work towards developing the music and sound design of compelling games and moving image productions. Developing the skills required to gain…

Meet the Creative Arts student at the top of his game


Kane Challis

Centre Leeds, the inspiration behind Tenacious Odyssey: Chimera and his plans for the future. Kane levels up at University Centre Leeds Once Kane realised he wanted to continue with his education, he chose University Centre Leeds based on the quality of the computer games course. He found that studying a computer games degree has deepened his love of gaming and allowed him to develop a newfound appreciation for the complexities of video games. Kane says: “Before I considered staying in education, I had a lot of directions I could have taken to utilise all the different skills I had, such…