The National Centre for Computer Animation (NCCA) at Bournemouth University has been recognised for the way it helps students into the games industry.
The NCCA has been shortlisted in the Educational Institution category for the 2018 Grads in Games awards, which recognise those who have made an impact in improving links between the games industry and education.
The Educational Institution category highlights the universities and courses that are actively doing the most to help students get into the games industry.
Chris Williams, Head of Department for Computer Animation, said: “We are obviously delighted to be recognised for the success our graduates have in the computer games industry, which is thriving in the UK.
“The courses in the NCCA are designed to give our students the ability to move into a wide range of industries that utilise the kind of creative processes and technology that is used in everything from animation, visual effects and computer games, to scientific visualisation and architecture.”
The winners will be announced at an awards presentation on April 6.