We recommend at least a mid-range gaming PC for the duration of the course. Like this one.
All weekly classes are via recorded video tutorials/seminars. There is also a LIVE Q & A Skype session with a BVA faculty member
No. You need to be present at one of our local franchises. The Final Videogame Project involves a lot of team work and requires several face to face meetings. These cannot be accomplished online.
The last two weeks of each semester are allocated for the semester projects.
Yes. It is a mandatory requirement for the successful completion of the diploma. It also ensures that each student has fully understood that particular semester’s tutorials.
The Final Videogame Project lasts three months during the one year diploma course.
Yes. It is our earnest desire to see every one of our students working in the videogame industry. Towards this end, we have created an active Employment Cell run by a UK-based recruitment agent. The Employment Cell maintains constant relations with dozens of potential employers around the world.
All classes are via recorded video tutorials/seminars. All registered students can access the videos via the local franchises.
Yes. In fact, we encourage you to do so since it will make your portfolio stand out from other applicants. The game demo will also help to show potential employers precisely what you are able to do in a videogame.
Yes. As long as you successfully complete your Final Videogame Project, your name will appear in the shipping game Credits on all platforms.
Unity, the most popular videogame engine used in the games industry. All the weekly video tutorials also use Unity.