Join Creative Bridge Cohort Nine – The Creative Industries Accelerator

Creative Bridge Cohort Nine is an accelerator for creatives with early stage ideas, or who are just at the beginning of their ideation process. It has been designed specifically for creatives who want to learn …

Announcing Scottish Games Week 2022

Scottish Games Week 2022, a week-long, Scotland-wide series of events dedicated to the videogames ecosystem takes place in October 24-28 2022

Developing A Data-Driven Creative Business: Limited Free Spaces Offered

The Edinburgh Futures Institute, in partnership with the University of Edinburgh Business School, is running the fifth round of Developing a Data-Driven Creative Business – specifically designed for the creative industries, with free fundeed places on offer

Help Wanted – Gaming For Good – Girls Edition

Volunteers are needed to help with a new Gaming For Good club being run by Heart of Midlothian’s innovation centre, exclusively for girls and non-binary young people.

Abertay In Princeton Review Global Top Ten For Games

Abertay University in Dundee has been ranked 7th in the world for its Masters in videogame design by the prestigious Princeton Review

Teachers To Drive £1.4M STACS Programme To Solve Computer Science Crisis

£1.4 million investment for the teaching of computer science in Scottish schools was announced this week as part of the implementation of the Logan Review.

Dundee Digital Fortnight Launches

Dundee Digital Fortnight, which runs from November 8th – 21st, aims to inspire the future workforce needed to take the local industry to the next level. 

Abertay Scoops Three Trophies in Games Education Awards

Abertay University has picked up three trophies in the 2021 UK Games Education Awards, organised by TIGA.

GI Live Academy – Free Student Event

y’s GI Live Academy is a free, digital-only event for students across the UK, that takes place in Discord from October 27th – 29th, giving insight into careers in the games industry.

Digital Charter Aims To Revolutionise Computing Education In Scotland

A new digital technology charter which combines expertise from industry and academia is aiming to reverse a critical decline in computing and digital technology education in Scotland.