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University of Suffolk: Game Development

Institution University of Suffolk View institution profile
Department School of Engineering, Arts, Science and Technology
Web www.uos.ac.uk/
Email studentlife@uos.ac.uk
Telephone 01473 338833
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Summary

The MSc Games Development course provides students with a higher-level understanding and direct professional experience through a multidisciplinary approach across commercial game projects.

This course is ideal for graduates who have completed our BA (Hons) Computer Games Design or BSc (Hons) Computer Games Programming undergraduates degree, as well as those who have graduated from other related technical and creative subject areas who are wanting to enter the video games industry.

We have collaborative partnerships in place with community organisations and employers including commercial and third sector organisations.

Students will be exposed to work on commercial games, providing them with an understanding of business and enterprise as well as preparing students for working within a commercial studio setting.

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University of Suffolk

 

 

University of Suffolk is an inspiring and innovative place to study; encouraging students to embrace change in a world where nothing ever stays the same.

Opening in 2007 and gaining university status in 2016, we are one of the newest universities in the UK which is defined by our modern, forward-thinking and responsive attitude to the world around us. The University of Suffolk is home to an increasingly strong academic community where research, enterprise, innovation and scholarship are flourishing in many areas.

At the University of Suffolk, we put students in the centre of our thinking. Postgraduate …

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