Computer Games Design students at the Aylesbury campus came out on top after winning the ESport National Enterprise Challenge run in association with Staffordshire University. Students had to research, develop and pitch their idea for an ESports game/event and present their final work to a panel. Judging criteria included the Idea, Design/Brand and the Presentation itself.
“Our Level 3 students were up against seven other colleges in the national competition and they organised and presented outstanding work to the panel of judges,“ said Neil Bedecker, Curriculum Manager Creative Arts. “Not only did they conduct themselves with maturity and professionalism but also represented the games course and the college to an excellent standard. We are immensely proud of them all and look forward to seeing what they achieve on the course next year.”
The winning students were Laura Allen, Bradly Saunders, Jasmine Tidbury, Harry Andrews and Jack Kingman.
Mitzy wins National Starpack packaging competiton
Over at the Amersham campus, Graphic Design student Mitzi Entecott has won the national Starpack packaging competition 2019. As well as a trophy, the prize included £500 and a day's work experience with the design team at Crown agency in Mansfield. After successfully completing her Extended Diploma in Graphic Design, Mitzy has now taken up a full-time job with a local design agency.