We partner closely with Grads in Games, an award-winning initiative to help support students making the first steps into a games career and promote young people as the next generation of the games industry.
They run multiple activities and events throughout the year to educate and provide employability support for students and recent graduates, including:
Search For A Star & Rising Star
Annual game development challenges where students are tasked with creating a game or game asset & get their projects seen by games studios. Dev projects are based on an industry brief, cover a full workflow process, and students receive professional dev feedback on their work.
The Get In The Game careers events and resources
A series of live events and recorded media providing detail into exactly what you need to succeed when starting your career in the games industry. Whether it’s crafting the perfect portfolio or CV, or a primer on how to get started with networking at events, our talk sessions cover a range of areas to give you the help and support that will benefit you the most.
The fact that you’re here means you’re already one step closer towards bagging your dream games job after graduation. As the UK’s leading recruiter for the games industry, we’re in the best position to help you find your perfect role!
Curious how we can help you on your graduate journey towards video games?
Get in touch with our grad team at email@example.com or call +44 (0)1709 834777.
A lot has changed since we first started out with our grassroots work fifteen years ago. There was a time when the industry wasn’t as receptive to students. We’ve proven how strong a lot of these young developers are. We’ve taken a lot of students who would have been lost to the games industry and helped them break into a career they love.Ian Goodall – Managing Director
The video game industry is thriving at the moment, observing impressive jumps in revenue that have broken year-on-year records. With the demand for video game software, hardware, and accessories never higher, and with the next generation on the horizon, studios will still need talented, ambitious, and young developers to join them! Why would you want to risk missing out on that?Joe Sutcliffe – Graduate Recruiter