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Ready Player One? Cambrian’s new Game Design program launches this September

Posted on Monday February 22, 2021
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SUDBURY – If you got game, bring it to Cambrian College.

Cambrian College is excited to announce it is launching a new Game Design program, starting this September.

“We are so excited to offer this amazing new program for students,” says Paula Gouveia, Vice President-Academic at Cambrian College. “This program is very forward-facing. Gaming is a billion-dollar industry on par with the motion picture sector and we know we can harness the creativity, programming talents and enthusiasm of students looking for an amazing career in this field.”

Cambrian’s Game Design program offers students linkages between animation, media communications and mobile app development while focusing on game development and eventual creation.

“There is such demand for keen and qualified programmers and creators in this industry,” explains Cambrian College president, Bill Best. “At Cambrian College we offer the programming that students want and just as importantly – that industry is seeking. There are jobs all over the continent in this field and we’ll be helping fill those spots with amazing Cambrian grads.”

Why just play video games, when you can design them?

The new Game Design program plugs in this September. Applications are now being accepted.

For more details about Cambrian’s new Game Design program, visit https://cambriancollege.ca/programs/game-design/.

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Cambrian College is Northern Ontario’s largest college, with more than 80 programs. Cambrian’s main campus is in Greater Sudbury, with satellite centres in Espanola and Little Current.

Dan Lessard
Manager, Communications
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Daniel.lessard@cambriancollege.ca

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Cambrian College’s Proposed New Battery Elective Vehicle Lab Secures City Funding

Posted on Monday February 1, 2021
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A sample of a battery electric vehicle (BEV) for the mining industry, courtesy MacLean Engineering. Cambrian College has received a funding commitment of $250,000 from the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation for a proposed BEV Lab …

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