Last few spaces available for new esports production degree

Last few spaces available for new esports production degree

Dominic Sacco
3 min read | 9 Sep 2020

There are still places available this September to study the new BSc (Hons) Esports Production at Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, part of Nottingham Trent University (NTU).

Certified by the British Esports Association, backed by Twitch and taught in Confetti’s industry-leading facilities, this exciting new degree covers:

  • Esports and live events production
  • Games development and analysis
  • Broadcasting and streaming
  • Content creation
  • Event management 

It’s a three-year full-time BSc (Hons) course, with direct entry into year 2 or 3 available with previous HND/FdSc.

On Confetti’s campus, students have access to the very best facilities, and from day one will be immersed in a gaming and live events community in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter. 

Confetti promises a ‘blended learning experience’, combining online learning with elements on campus including practical tasks around esports production.

Confetti says students will learn from the best thanks to their experienced tutors, many of whom have worked in the gaming and live events industries, and that students will graduate with the knowledge they need – and a brimming portfolio – to turn their learning into a career. 


Want to study this September? 

There are a few final places available – you can call NTU’s Clearing hotline on 0115 848 6000 and apply.In December 2019, the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies hosted the NSE British University Esports Championship Winter Finals at its live events venue, Metronome“We are so delighted to see top-class educational institutes such as Confetti getting involved in the esports education space, and are thrilled to be partnering with them for this degree course.”
Andy Payne OBE, British Esports Association

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