A scheme that accredits the best university games courses, created by lecturer Dr Mark Eyles of the University of Portsmouth Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has won the Outstanding Product/Service category at the 2017 Global Business Excellence Awards.
In its fourth year, the University of Portsmouth Game Design Jam continues to be a high point of the year for the Advanced Games Research Group. This year the Game Design Jam gave budding designers an opportunity to create a game pitch on the theme of ‘Diversity’ with entrants inspired by an article of their choice in the Huffington Post’s Diversity page.
GamingVerdict.com is excited to announce that they are offering a single scholarship award worth £1200 for current or prospective students of University of Portsmouth.
University of Portsmouth staff joined superheroes and fans this year, putting up a recruitment stall at ComicCon!
The Faculty if Creative and Cultural Industries are proud to announce this year’s winner to the annual design competition for the CCI Graduate Show.
“30 Under 30, in association with OPM, celebrates the future of games development. From students and graduates to established developers, there’s an abundance of promising young talent out there – and Develop has scoured the globe for the very best.”
A group of UoP BSc (Hons) Computer Games Technology and BSc (Hons) Computer Animation students have been featured in Kotaku’s Top 51 British Games to Look Out For in 2016 after creating the computer game No Trace.