In our article last week we introduced you to Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, and their progressive and original undergraduate degree, BSc Esports Production. We explained that the course is the first-of-its kind, designed to fully equip its students with the tools necessary to work in the Esports Industry. Being certified by both The British Esports Association and Twitch, this course is not something you want to miss out on.
Confetti has some impressive endorsements from a number of the institute's alumni, including Druid Gaming content creator, DruidMystic (check out Kacper's video here), and Esports Commentator Ibriz Daya. In a very honest, and inspiring interview, Ibriz provides some fantastic insight into Confetti, and the benefits of attending an institute of such a high stature. You check out Ibriz's full interview here.
Having been to University myself, and studied both an undergraduate degree and masters degree, one of the most important points about this course, and Confetti in general, is their commitment to offering industry experience. Obviously the course provides great insight into the theories and practices of Esports Production, but without first-hand experience of how to apply this knowledge, a student can feel like a small fish in a big pond after they graduate. With industry connections like Unequalled Media, Rockstar Games, Sumo Digital and Deep Silver Dambusters, Confetti has the ability to offer first-hand experience with some of the Esports industry's leading organisations. By gaining work experience during your course with these types of companies, you'll come out of your degree with both extensive knowledge, and a headstart in practical application. I'm sure you'll agree, this is incredibly valuable.
The course is still open for applications, but not for long! Apply here, before it's too late!