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- July 20, 2012
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Computer Animation Graduates are well positioned to pursue careers in the entertainment industries, such as animation, visual effects in television/film and gaming, as well as careers in industries requiring visual simulation expertise, such as scientific exploration and historical or military case scenario representations.
According to Entertainment Software Association's statistics the Computer and Video Games industry is a $10 billion Industry and generates about 50,000 jobs with an average annual salary of $80,000. It is also estimated that the industry would grow by a third in the next decade. Jobs in the industry range from Games Designer to Games Developers to Games Analyst. As the names themselves suggest the jobs involve story board formulation of the video or computer game to the technical development of the game.
Top Universities offering Games Development Courses include
University of East Anglia - A top 20 UK University