University of Leeds launch two new courses in the School of Computing
14 March 2016
The University of Leeds have announced plans to launch two new courses at its School of Computing, the 4-year undergraduate Computer Science with High-Performance Graphics and Games Engineering (MEng/BSc) and 1-year master’s High-Performance Graphics and Games Engineering (MSc).
The University has developed these courses with the help of the gaming industry to address a skills shortage in the area. It comes after warnings of a severe technical skills shortage in the UK, which could compromise the gaming industry’s contribution to the UK economy and leave it trailing in an expanding global industry predicted to reach $113 billion by 2018.
Both courses are open for 2017 entry and if you are interested in applying or learning more, arrange a free consultation today.
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