Back by popular demand, Ukie’s annual Student Conference returns. This years conferences will be held at Staffordshire University and Abertay University.
Hosted at London South Bank University the Ukie Student conference saw exclusive talks and workshops run by industry insiders.
Talks from influential industry names, touching on topics such as creative game design, business models, PR and how to build a career in the games industry were held throughout the day.
The event was generously supported by Jagex and Epic Games and was part of the London Games Festival.
Selected talks are available to view below:
Ukie is bringing our annual Student Conference to London, all as part of the 2017 London Games Festival. Our fourth Ukie Student Conference: South will arrive at London South Bank University on Wednesday 5 April for a day of inspiring talks and exclusive workshops for over 200 students from our Ukie Student membership.
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