Bsc Computing for Games

Computer Science & IT
United Kingdom
3 years
Campus Learning|Online Learning
Degree type
Falmouth University


Entry Requirements and Application documents

EU and International students

  1. Academic transcript / Higher Secondary School Diploma; SSC (Senior School Certificate) 60% Higher Secondary School Certificates (ISC) / Intermediate Certificate / Higher Secondary Certificate / and all Senior School Certificate / Pre-university course awarded on completion of Standard 12 with a minimum of 60%; awarded by CBSE, CISE and A-levels – typically 104-120 UCAS points; IB Diploma or IB Certificate with minimum 24 points/ Recognised Foundation Diploma
  2. English Certificate:
  • IELTS (Academic or UKVI): 6.5 overall, and a minimum of 5.5 in each component
  • GCSE Grade C
  • Trinity ISE III (if taken in the UK)
  1. Teacher references
  2. Personal statement
  3. Tier 4 Visa approval

*Requirements may defer depending on the university and course you are applying for.


Visa Requirments

To apply for a visa as a student, you must have 70 points in the points assessment. You can score:

  • 50 points for having a valid confirmation of acceptance for studies (CAS) statement
  • 10 points for having enough money (maintenance or funds) to cover your course fees and living costs
  • 10 points for meeting the English language requirement

*Visa requirements may defer depending on the country you apply from.

Living Costs & Part-time work

  • Accommodation – £149- £174 per week including utility bills
  • Food and general living expenses -£150-£400 per month
  • Cell phone and Mobile internet – £10 – £30 per month
  • Student rail-card – £30 a year

Part time work – up to 25 hrs per week

*Student expenses may defer depending on the student needs.


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 Talent Scholarship

  • There is a limited number of £2,000 scholarships, paid toward first year tuition fees, which will be available for new international students applying for an on-campus taught degree course (bachelor’s and taught master’s courses) who are considered to demonstrate exceptional talent.
  • Only international offer holders are eligible for the Talent Scholarship. Our academic staff will assess the overall quality of your application, including previous experience, portfolio, audition and interview performance, where applicable and will determine who may be eligible for a Talent Scholarship.
  • In addition to your academic and creative merit, you must have accepted your offer by 23:59 BST on 10 June 2021 to be considered for the Talent Scholarship. Successful students will be notified at the end of June 2021 by email.

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