With the rise of independent production houses and the arrival of VR into the gaming mainstream, there’s never been a more exciting time to join the industry – so could you be the next Miyamato, Kojima or Houser?
It’s official: gaming is now a bigger worldwide business than film and music, with the sector generating $115 billion in 2018. At NTU you’ll be taught the technical and artistic skills necessary to embark on a career in the fast-paced world of games.
Depending on what course you study, you will either be based at Confetti, inside the £9.1million hub for digital media - Confetti HQ, at the new esports complex - Confetti X, at Clifton Campus, or at the new Design & Digital Arts building. You will have access to virtual and augmented reality hardware and software, as well as motion capture facilities. With four major independent and AAA games companies right on our doorstep, there's no better place to start your career in the games industry.