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Study an undergraduate degree in game technologies at the University. Discover our undergraduate game technologies courses below.
If you’re returning to education or don’t think you’ll meet the entry requirements for your course, an integrated foundation degree could be a great option. They provide an extra year of study to equip you with the skills needed to confidently progress to a full degree.
Postgraduate taught courses
Study a postgraduate degree in game technologies at the University. Discover our postgraduate game technologies courses below.
Postgraduate research degrees
Research degrees including PhDs, Doctorates or Masters by Research enable you to pursue your own research enquiry.
96% of our graduates are in employment or further study*
*Graduate Outcomes Survey published 2023 and based on 2020/21 leavers
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Game technologies FAQs
We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about game technologies degrees.
If you’re passionate about gaming and computing then a games technologies degree may be for you. You can study games technologies and gain skills within games programming, design and games art depending which interests you the most.
Studying a game technologies degree will set you up for a varied career within an exciting and ever changing sector. Depending on your interest you can study technical games programming, or specialise in games art and design.
Our expert lecturers have years of experience within games technologies and have worked on some of the most recognisable games released.
We offer a range of game technologies degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. At undergraduate level you can study Computer Games Programming BSc (Hons) if you are interested in that aspect of the subject. If you are interested in the creative side you can study Animation BA (Hons), Computer Games Design BSc (Hons) or Games Art BSc (Hons).
If you choose to study a games programming degree you will gain the skills and experience to progress onto becoming a games programmer, mobile applications developer or software developer. Specialising in games design will allow you to work as a technical artist, animator, modeller and a games designer.
Graduating from our Games Art BSc (Hons) course can lead to many careers within games art including a 3D artist, UI artist, or if you prefer the character development you can become a character artist.