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Games Art- BA (Hons) 

Games Art- BA (Hons)
 at 
NTU 
Overview

Duration

3 years

Course Level

UG Degree

Mode of Course

Full Time

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Tuition & Fees

16.49 Lakh
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Type of University

Public

Games Art- BA (Hons)
 at 
NTU 
Highlights

  • Games Art- BA (Hons) is offered by Confetti institute of creative technologies under Nottingham Trent University, UK.
    This a Bachelors level program of a course duration of 3 Years.
    Download the brochure to read more details of this course.

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Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 Pound = INR 105.7 | Tuition & expenses were last updated on 2ⁿᵈ November 2022

Nottingham Trent University
Students Ratings & Reviews

4.1/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Friendly
  • Academically oriented
  • Fun loving
  • Multi-dimensional
Student Views
  • 62% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships3.9
Part time work3.6
Post study jobs3.9
Quality of faculty4.5
Student Life4.3
Value for money4.3
Public transportation4.7
Safety4.5
Indian Food3.8
Permanent Immigration3.9
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MSc Finance and Accounting - Batch of 2020
4
Nottingham Trent is a great place to study
Tips: Nottingham Trent is a good University to attend. It is also one of the safest cities. People here are very much friendly with international students. There are various events taking place on the campus in which you will get to know and interact with many new people. Moreover, public transport over here is convenient but it is a bit expensive for all those who are daily travelers. Also, I am satisfied with my course as it exposed me to the Technical skills required. Big cultural shift, different food, different climate, different environment. I am very satisfied with the university as it is up to the mark and also with my course.
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Biotechnology- MRes - Batch of 2024
4.3
A journey to successful life.
Tips: You get to learn skills like management, finance, studying all by yourself, work-life balance, making friends, responsible behaviour, leadership skills, and work-related skills. Basically, after coming here you learn to work hard. In short, you learn to be independent through all modes.
Likes (Public transportation): The city has well connected public transport, one of the bus routes directly connects the city from within the campus, and other routes are available just outside the campus, so good transportation. Apart from this, there is a train station nearby which connects the city with the rest of the UK.
Dislikes (Indian Food): The restaurants mainly serve food which is very expensive and also do not have the same Indian spice taste as it is available in India. I prefer cooking by myself. The food available here is good but not as per Indian spice and taste, it's more towards boiled food.
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Cyber Security MSc - Batch of 2025
3.2
NTU is a great place for international students especially for beginners with no experiences.
Tips: M.Sc. Cyber Security is a niche course and the ones who have experience in this field might find the course fairly basic. The faculty is okay, facilities are at par like all the UK universities. Book your accommodation before coming here for sure, and look for part time asap. Get onboard with agencies I've shared above and research on more to get part time work. If possible, take education from a bigger city like Glasgow since they've great part time opportunities and a better city life compared to Nottingham.
Likes (Safety): Nottingham City Council has taken appropriate measures to ensure the safety of the residents. All the buses and public transport have CCTV and generally the streets are crowded and giving students a sense of belonging and not making them feel lonely much.
Dislikes (Part time work): There are spare off campus opportunities and the on campus ones are few too. However, one can work with agencies like Hap, Constellation, Liquor Collectively, ARC, PSG, G4S, etc. To get shift based zero hour contact work. Indeed works well but I personally haven't gotten much luck here. However, with the above agencies, I've been working 20 hours/week give or take and it suffices my monthly expenses and helps in saving money as well.
Reviewed on 5 Jun 2024Read more
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MSc Data Science - Batch of 2024
4.1
The university is quite good with nice campus and teaching faculty.
Tips: There are drastic cultural differences like transport, food and most importantly the weather. There are quite a few scholarships available for foreign students to get one you have to write one sort of essay which covers all the points like why you chose this particular university and the course and you have to mention where you worked in the past.
Reviewed on 9 Oct 2023Read more
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Mihir Sanjay Salian Verified Icon
Cyber Security MSc - Batch of 2023
4.5
Liberal, Student friendly and social.
Tips: It might be a bit overwhelming in the start because of the many changes. You gradually get used to it as you make friends. Big cultural shift, different weather, different food etc. Scholarships are available at NTU, but on a first come first serve basis, so you need to apply for them as soon as possible. Very satisfied with my course and university.
Likes (Indian Food): The restaurants in Nottingham are varied ranging from north and south foods to famous foods from a lot of different cities. Everyone has their own preference, personally prefer cooking at home while also eating out or getting takeaways at least once a week.
Dislikes (Quality of faculty): The faculty in my department are very accessible and approachable. You can contact them through phone, email or teams. We have a fair amount of practical implementation of every module studied with a report deliverable at the end assessing the understanding of students.
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Games Art- BA (Hons)
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NTU 
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