In our highly respected Games Arts course, we teach students to become skilled 2D and 3D games artists, to learn how to create prototypes and to create whole new worlds and characters.

Our students also learn about the skills of collaboration and workflow, by taking on specific roles and working in teams to create a finished article – just as they would within the industry.

It is this teamwork and collaboration – completed despite this time of separation – that you see here in the Graduation Show. Some students have worked individually but many have worked in teams to create the amazing visuals you’re about to see.


Aimee McManus | Animation, Coding & Games

Aimee McManus

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Alia Hanooman | Animation, Coding & Games 5

Alia Hanooman

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Artendy Malik | Animation, Coding & Games 8

Artendy Malik

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Asher Kenyon | Animation, Coding & Games 5

Asher Kenyon

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Cameron Russell | Animation, Coding & Games 5

Cameron Russell

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

George Sherlock | Animation, Coding & Games 5

George Sherlock

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

George Turns | Animation, Coding & Games 6

George Turns

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Georgy Rakita | Animation, Coding & Games 5

Georgy Rakita

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Jack Spencely | Animation, Coding & Games 6

Jack Spencely

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Jesse Ajilore | Animation, Coding & Games 5

Jesse Ajilore

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Jonasz Salaga | Animation, Coding & Games 7

Jonasz Salaga

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts

Josh Lynch | Animation, Coding & Games

Josh Lynch

BA (Hons) Computer Games Arts