Leeds raises its game

7th May 2010 at 01:00

Leeds College of Art and Design has joined the trade association for video game producers, TIGA, in a bid to build industry contacts for students on its increasingly popular courses for game artists. The college offers two courses designed specifically for people aiming to work in video games: a foundation degree in animation and at top-up year to convert it into a bachelor's degree.

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