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  • Game Design course for 19-24 year olds via BRAG and Abertay University

    Created: 03/02/2023
    News/Events Category: General News


    BRAG are working with Abertay University to supply a 10 week programme of training in PC base game design.

    Applications must be aged between 19-24 years old who and interested in creating their own game.  

    Applicants will travel to Abertay University every second week of the course, and the other weeks will be held at BRAG premises at Crosshill.

    BRAG will provide transport, home pickups and lunch for each week.

    The game will be created for use on a PC with the view to develop it into a virtual reality game.

    The start date for this course 08 February.

    Contact Rachel Piper to find out how to apply:

    E-mail - [email protected] 

    Mobile:  07594 325 139




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