University of Arts London Games Design
BA (Hons) Games Design will teach you how to take the software tools of games design and create new gaming experiences from concept to finished game.
You will be expected to explore code and programming, enabling you to translate an idea into playable prototypes and to use software to achieve your design goals rather than have software decide your creative direction.
Graphics development, storyboarding and the conceptual framework underpinning games design are covered in depth and you’ll focus on the challenges presented by the game, as defined by the rules of play. You will design and build dynamic systems, which develops player experience as mental processing, physical input, and emotional response.
HOW TO APPLY
This section includes information on how to apply, course entry requirements, selection criteria, information about interviews and portfolio advice.
You must apply through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), where you’ll need the following information:
- University code: U65
- Course code: I600
- There is no campus code for LCC
Go to ‘Apply’ from the UCAS home page, where you will be able to register and create a password that gives you unique access as you complete your application form. London College of Communication (LCC) courses are listed under University of the Arts London.
We have recently made changes to our application process for Home/EU applicants. To find out more, view the Undergraduate Application Process page.
For further information on Erasmus and UAL exchange schemes, please visit the Erasmus and Non-Erasmus Exchanges section on the UAL website.
Deferring an Offer
If you are offered a place for 2018/19 but wish to defer to 2019/20, information on how to do this and who to contact can be found in your offer letter.
International applicants will have to pay a deposit in order to defer.
In all cases, deferred places will be held for one year.
Making a Deferred Application (during 2018/19 for entry in 2019/20)
Home/EU applicants are permitted to make a deferred application. Immigration rules prevent International applicants from making a deferred application.