Confetti has won a Women in Games award in the ‘Games or Esports Diversity Initiative in Education’ category.
Building on the international reputation of our Nottingham campus, we’re creating a new campus in the heart of London.
Together with NUEL, and their international partner, GGTech, our new partnership will raise the standard of opportunities for Confetti students interested in a career in esports.
Thank to the efforts of our Confetti tutors, course leaders and curriculum team leads, we’ve been shortlisted in the ‘Games or Esports Diversity Initiative in Education’ category!
From animation and film screenings, to live music and poetry, and outdoor photography and fashion exhibitions. Check out these upcoming events and grab some free tickets.
Several of our latest class of graduates have secured themselves positions with award-winning companies, including Milk VFX, children’s TV animators, Blue Zoo, and video games production company, Double Eleven!
Thanks to our friends at NUEL, several of our degree students got the opportunity to support a live esports broadcast abroad. Find out what it was like first hand from our guest vlogger and BSc Esports Production student, Rebecca Green.
134 competitors from 20 Commonwealth nations took part in a week-long series of matches, hoping to claim coveted spots at the CEC finals.
International esports teams arrive on campus to compete and train ahead of Commonwealth Esports Championships Final.
Students studying on the Industry Practice module of our BA (Hons) Games Art course created a series of eight visual novel games which examine society through the idea of play.
Confetti college students showcased outstanding work at Celebrate event.