Following a change in government advice, we’ve taken the decision to postpone the Ukie Student Conference that was due to take place on Monday 30th March.
We’re sorry that we’ve had to postpone the event. But with government advice discouraging mass gatherings, and the health and safety of the people attending our event absolutely paramount, we took the decision to postpone the conference.
The Grads In Games Awards are back for their third year, celebrating the work of students, academics and studios to improve employability across the games industry.
There are only a few days left to get your nominations in — show your appreciation for those who have been a positive influence for the next generation of gamedevs!
Ukie is bringing our annual Student Conferences to Abertay University on the 27th November.
There is still time to sign up to this insightful conferences. See below for full schedule and sign up link!
Ukie is bringing our annual Student Conferences to Staffordshire University on the 13th of November and to Abertay University on the 27th November. Now in their fifth year, these conferences are staple to the programme. Each entail a full day of inspiring talks and exclusive workshops for over 500 students.
The gaming industry is becoming a voice for climate change awareness and sustainability. Instead of limiting this sea-change to veterans or current champions of our industry, the goal of this initiative is to encourage, inspire - and be inspired by - the future generation of game makers.
UKIE, Space Ape Games and Playmob are collaborating to deliver a Green Game Jam for students across the UK in October and November.
Ukie Student Conference Talks
For ease of access we have decided to upload all of the talk videos from London 2019 onto this page. This was an incredible conference with some very insightful talks.
#1: Kim Parker Adcock, OPM - Job Hunting in Games
Kim Parker Adcock, Managing Director - OPM
Kim talks about job hunting in games and getting the basics right.