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Game design giant backs UniSC
The game design giant behind Fortnite – one of the world’s most popular games - has chosen University of the Sunshine Coast for a Queensland-first partnership.
Epic Games named UniSC an Unreal Academic Partner, acknowledging the University’s integration of Epic’s industry-leading technology into its Game Design programs.
The partnership sees Epic recognising UniSC’s course as one of the best in the world, preparing students to enter the multi-billion dollar global industry.
Global design studio ready to put down roots at UniSC
A virtual reality studio seeded by global design brand Josephmark and QLD based Tribus345 is putting down roots at the University of the Sunshine Coast in a pioneering industry partnership.
HavenXR will base its full-scale studio at the Sunshine Coast campus, ensuring their expertise and experience and “regenerative design ethos” are accessible to students, while tapping into the university’s latest research and development for their location-based virtual reality (VR) products.
In the News
Exhibition shows sustainability of student designs
From brightly coloured wall art to skeleton and skull props to bold branding on water bottles and T-shirts, a new exhibition at the UniSC Art Gallery displays the diverse work of final-year Design students.
New creative project Beeyali is a call to look after Country and its endangered ecosystems
Listening to the environment allows us to understand the patterns of place and can help us better connect with Country and its ecosystems. Leah Barclay, Lyndon Davis and Tricia King write for The Conversation.