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BSc (Hons) Computer Science for Games Development

Course Info

  • Institution
  • Destination
    United Kingdom
  • Intakes
  • Duration
    3 Years
  • Fee
    £ 15,000 / Year


We offer an inspiring combination of computer science and video game development – ideal if you are interested in becoming a games developer or software engineer. We will give you a solid grounding in computer science, set within the context of game programming – concentrating on programming, simulation, interactive real-time graphics and artificial intelligence. We have strong links with many of the UK's top game studios, including Electronics Arts, Sony and Microsoft, while our multimillion pound virtual environments lab (HIVE) provides an incredible opportunity for you to explore state-of-the-art technologies including motion capture, multi-wall display systems and various head mounted displays.

Uniquely, the department offers a number of guaranteed industrial placements in its own commercial software development unit (SEED) and supports students' own search for placements in the UK or abroad. You can boost your employability and gain invaluable hands-on skills and knowledge – as well as a welcome salary – with a year’s industrial placement. Or spend a year studying at one of our partner institutions in America, Australia, Asia or Europe, and immerse yourself in a new culture and environment while continuing your learning. A MEng course is available for students who want to take their studies to a higher level, while a foundation year is ideal for students without the academic qualifications for direct entry to the BSc course.