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Computer Game Technology
Your career guide
With the arrival of digital distribution, games now have a bigger audience than ever – making it a great time to get into the industry.
There is great scope for artistic creativity and expression, but whilst previously technological constraints would have required a large team to produce a high-quality games product, there is now potential for a lone individual or small team to launch and promote a project to a worldwide audience.
The opportunities available to you as a computer games technology graduate are varied. Roles can range from game developer to animator, from lead programmer to DevOps engineer or you could consider setting up your own game-related business.
This guide provides you with all the information you need to build your career in computer game technology.
Explore the Computer Game Technology Career Guide
Getting started in computer game technology
Take the first steps to beginning your career in computer game technology.
Gaining experience in computer game technology
Find out how to build your experience in the computer games technology industry while you study.
Finding a job in computer game technology
Explore different ways you can find employment after you graduate.