Games at NTU

Do you want to turn your passion for playing games into a career?

The games industry is a massive contributor to the UK economy, and games graduates are in demand. Our courses are aligned with industry; at NTU you’ll be taught the technical and artistic skills necessary to embark on a career in the fast-paced world of games.

You’ll be based in our Creative Quarter Campus, inside Confetti’s newly opened £9.1million hub for digital media. 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.

Why you should study Games with us

  • Take part in Industry Week – a series of workshops, lectures and masterclasses, and network with a range of professionals in your field. Past guests include Andy Davis (Rockstar Games), Mike Bithell (Thomas Was Alone), BAFTA award-winning Senior Concept and Environment Artist Anna Hollinrake, and Ian Livingstone CBE
  • Go on trips in the UK and abroad, including EGX Eurogamer, Japan Tag and Comic-Con
  • Learn from tutors active in the gaming industry, with work spanning from mixed reality simulations and published literature to advertisements, board games and video games

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