- Ubisoft expands its Graduate Program for college students
Last year, the company launched a program to get recent grads Ubisoft jobs to transition them into the industry -- and this year, it adds more disciplines and another studio location.
- Take care of yourself: A tip from the 2014 Game Career Guide
In this edition, Frog Fractions developer Jim Crawford offers some advice for indies and student developers: take care of yourself and your team, so you (and your game) don't fizzle out!
- College students in Sheffield, UK gain access to dozens of PS4 dev kits
Sheffield Hallam University has opened the world's largest PlayStation educational facility, complete with 34 PS4 dev kits, adding to their existing suite of PS3 and PS Vita dev kits.
- Submit your games!: A tip from the 2014 Game Career Guide
In this edition, Rami Ismail of Luftrausers developer Vlambeer offers some advice for indies and student developers: step up and submit your game to every festival and award show you can!
- Finish your jam games!: A tip from the 2014 Game Career Guide
In this edition, Frog Fractions developer Jim Crawford offers some advice for indies and student developers: finish your jam games!
- Autodesk makes game dev tools free to schools, students worldwide
Maya, 3ds Max, and many other game dev tools are now free to students and teachers at secondary and university levels.
University of Advancing Technology
The only university in the nation to offer 5 game degree programs, UAT’s game development majors equip students with the knowledge of what is involved at all levels of game development—from theory and concept through programming and project production.