TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are awarded to students in their last year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec) who have demonstrated leadership in improving their community.
Creating video games requires various skills including programming, scripting, planning and sound design. The courses in trios College’s Video Game Development program support all of these skills and provides you with the opportunity to work within a team wearing multiple hats and alternating in each role.
Throughout the program you will work on multiple gaming projects such as game prototypes, C++ games, Unity games in C#, Unreal games and multiple mobile games including native Android and iOS games in Java and Swift.
Developing a portfolio is crucial to showcase your talents to prospective employers and is an integral part of this program. In addition, triOS aims to have students publish games before they graduate, to increase opportunities for employment when they have completed the program.
Students in the Video Game Development program receive:
Graduates will be qualified for entry level positions such as Quality Assurance/Game Testers, 2D/3D Game Programmers, Mobile Game Programmers, Game AI Programmers and Level Designers.
Find out more about the Video Game Development program here.