How to get the most out of your games degree – and help shift the demographics of the industry in the process

” It can be so easy to immerse yourself in academia and not realise what’s outside.” Through her involvement with Code Liberation, a not for profit organisation that supports women, femme identifying, non-binary people into creative coding and games programming, Alice has thrown herself into what’s going on the games industry outside her course. She’s… Read More How to get the most out of your games degree – and help shift the demographics of the industry in the process

5 new activities recognised on the HEAR in 2017

At the autumn term meeting, the HEAR Validation Group approved 5 new activities to record on your HEAR. Here’s the list.   Erasmus traineeship Recognises students who successfully complete a competitive EU funded Erasmus+ Traineeship, where they have self-procured overseas work placement of at least 60 days. Visual Cultures – Editor Ephemeral Magazine Recognises the… Read More 5 new activities recognised on the HEAR in 2017