From game art and web development to coding and VR, at Falmouth you’ll get a head start in this competitive industry by creating real games with transdisciplinary teams from across the university.
Games and creative computing are transforming how we experience the world and are driving the development of new technologies. Join us at the Games Academy to become part of this journey, learn from industry leaders and develop real products with team members who live and breathe games and computer science.
Web Development BSc(Hons)
Begin your career as a capable innovator in an area of computer science that permeates every aspect of our daily lives. We’ll build your specialist...
Immersive Computing BSc(Hons)
Working across the whole spectrum of extended reality, learn to develop mixed, augmented and virtual reality experiences across a variety of contexts...
Creative Virtual Reality BA(Hons)
Learn to design and create virtual reality environments and applications in one of the fastest moving arenas in the tech industry. This course is...
You’ll build interactive robots that respond to the rapid growth of the Internet of Things and the global market for smart devices. Challenged with ...
Computing for Games BSc(Hons)
Master the skills needed to shape the games of the future by studying games through the lens of computer science. Building upon industry-standard ...
Game Development BA(Hons)
Join a community of people who live and breathe games. From day one, you’ll work as you would within a team in the industry, developing your own...
Game Art BA(Hons)
Join our game art degree and develop your creative capabilities while honing the skills you’ll need to make it as a successful artist in the games...
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"The Games Academy is set up to push you into real life working practices from day one, which gives you a real advantage when looking to get into the industry. More than just practical skills, it also teaches you about collaboration and working in teams."
– Tom King, Junior Games Designer, Supermassive Games (Games Development BA(hons) graduate)
Work in professional studios
Having studied with professional standard studios and software from day one, Games and Computing graduates are prepared to hit the ground running. The Games Academy studios and computer software include Microsoft HoloLens, VR development workstations, Xsens MVN Awinda motion capture suites and audio field recording kit.See facilities
Develop skills for industry success
From our outstanding facilities to the chance to collaborate with practitioners across the creative sector and opportunities to meet industry leaders, we're dedicated to getting our students prepared for employment. Recently, we have seen Games students enjoy considerable success at the GradsinGames 2020 competition, with three graduates placing in the top five. Douglas Brown, Director of the Games Academy said, "These students submitted portfolio pieces which they have been working on alongside and in addition to their full game projects, which only makes this an even more impressive achievement."