Unity, FutureLearn, Sumo Digital and more for this month's conference
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Sumo's Harinder Sangha, Kieran Holland, and Jacob Habgood tell the GamesIndustry.biz Academy about ways UK companies can diversify how they access talent
Speakers from the upcoming Games Education Summit 2021 discuss the key challenges that lie ahead for aspiring games professionals in the post-pandemic era
Two £9,000 scholarships for Teesside University's Computer Game Design degree are available to female, Black, ethnic minority and disadvantaged students
Aardvark Swift's UK careers initiative spun out into an independent organisation
Major firms have already committed to donating computing equipment to families and schools in need
Annual scholarship will provide £11,250 per year toward fees and living expenses, mentorship, and a three-month paid internship
Failbetter Games, Sports Interactive and TT Games discuss their approaches to improving diversity in recruitment
Game.Learn.Grow. toolbox helps teachers to integrate games like Assassin's Creed and Minecraft in their classes
UK census data suggests it isn't -- here's what you need to know to give yourself the best chance, from people that built careers
During GI Live: Academy, Brenda Romero gave students advice on how to build and grow their reputation before even entering the industry
Fundamentally Games' Emelie Edholm has some advice for students and graduates building a career in the games industry
The organisation announced its objectives to create a "more diverse, inclusive and positive online environment for youth"
Digital Schoolhouse's Shahneila Saeed on how games companies can help bridge the "digital divide" to the UK's disadvantaged kids
The Games Education Summit revealed how to better prepare games graduates and improve diversity through education
Kucheza Games will help UKIE-backed initiative deliver computer science lessons in Nigeria
Firm rolls out free 'digital civility' course with 20 hours worth of educational content
How can educational institutions best teach prospective designers in a way that prepares them for work in the industry?
35% of the respondents said that playing games made them better readers
Education event for the UK market to discuss the threats, changes and opportunities created by COVID-19 and Brexit
Industry veteran on the ethos behind Livingstone Academy and why "there's no point teaching children like robots"
Indian firm raises stake to 51%, values the educational game developer at around $20m