This programme is ideal if you are looking to kick-start your journey into the exciting and diverse gaming industry. You will be introduced to the key aspects of games design and development, and will have the chance to develop websites, games and apps while learning more about the industry. This programme is equivalent to three A Levels and can provide a route into University or Higher Education.
According to figures published by the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA), the UK was revealed to be the fifth largest video gaming market in the world in 2018. This makes it a thriving industry for young people to join.
At Farnborough, you will have the opportunity to use our exciting gaming equipment including the Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets, and will study in our dedicated IT suites. During this course you will develop your technical ability, with modules like app, website and digital games production. You will also increase your knowledge on how to work in the creative media industry and excel your digital media skills.
If you have any questions about this course then please contact us by phone on 01252 40 55 55 or message us.
Studying a technical course means that you will be taught in a variety of ways. This includes practical exercise, group work and case studies.
• App Production
• Website Production
• Digital Games Production
• Game Engine Scripting
• Games testing
• 2D Animation
• Working in the Creative Media industry
• Digital Media Skills
• Media Representations
• Concept Art for Computer Games
You will be assessed through coursework.
Visit www.farn-ct.ac.uk/portfolios to see examples of students' work across all of our creative subjects.
You could continue studying a related subject at university-level, such as computing or games design and development, with us or another university.
You could also start your career in a junior role with a video game or app developer.
Please contact us through the form below. After submitting a form we will contact you as soon as possible. We will delete your information one month after the beginning of the next academic year.