SCEE has partnered with Birmingham City University’s Gamer Camp, which will see the firm offering up PlayStation Academic Scholarships. The goal is to help provide an opportunity for the next generation of UK talent through professional development studies. Four students will have half the fee for Gamer Camp paid, as given the opportunity for paid work in one of SCEE’s UK development studios for six months. Students need to be signed up for Gamer Camp by August 9, and each will automatically be entered into the PlayStation Academic Scholarship. Thanks, GI International.
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Birmingham City University
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe is to invest in Gamer Camp, a Masters degree run by Birmingham City University.
PlayStation Academic Scholarships