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The Ukie Student Conference will return to Staffordshire University this year next Wednesday November 9th. 

Now in its third year the conference is a fantastic opportunity for Ukie's student members to attend exclusive talks and workshops from industry insiders from all areas of the sector, learning about different career paths and what it will take to build a successful career in games. 

Last year's inaugural conference saw over 250 students and alumni gather to attend talks from over 20 big names in the industry, covering creative game design, emerging business models, PR, production and more, as well as individuals sharing their experiences working in the UK games industry. 

This year we already have confirmed talks with studios such as Radiant Worlds, Ustwo, Prospect Games, Rare and Sony. Covering a wide variety of subjects from games production and audio to eSports and VR & AR. Amiqus are also proud to be part if this event, so why not come and say hello and pick our brains on how to start your career in the games industry. 

Not only will be have a fantastic line up of talks during the day but we will also be launching the brand new Epic Games Centre at Staffordshire University which will host a variety of workshops and helpful sessions. This event is kindly supported by Epic Games & Staffordshire University.

All of the talks throughout the day will be livestreamed on StaffsTV, and will also be recorded for Ukie Students to watch after the event.
This conference is for Ukie Students only, if you are not yet a Ukie Student please follow the link here to sign up your institution now!
Please note that the closest railway station is Stoke-On-Trent, not Stafford.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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