The Games Art degree has been developed for those who want to learn the artistic side of videogames.
We have teamed up our industry and academic experts to bring you a course which will provide you with all the necessary skills required for a career as an artist in the games industry.
The emphasis of this course is the ability to clearly articulate an idea from concept through production and on to a final product.
Within the course we offer practical experience with the tools game designers use within the industry as well as exposing students to regular game design practices.
The Computer Games Software Development (CGSD) course is for students who are interested in working in the exciting and stimulating games industry.
The course is aimed at students have an interest in the more technical aspects of game development.
The University of Bolton has demonstrated excellent industry links by working in collaboration with international games developer I-play. I-play is part of Oberon Media.
Oberon is the world's leading casual multi-platform games company, specialising in online, social network and interactive TV gaming. I-play currently runs a game-testing initiative within the University's School of Business and Creative Technologies (BCT). This gives students the chance to test the latest titles I-play has developed like the Great Gatsby and Agatha Christie 4:50 from Paddington .. more