The European Women in Games Conference takes place on September 7th 2016 at Greenwich University, London. It features notable keynotes, panels, workshops and an expo to showcase the talent that exists in the European Game Industries. This year in collaboration with ReFig and the University of Brighton, we are launching an exciting conference competition designed to provide female students with the opportunity;
• To win a free ticket and travel and accommodation costs to attend the prestigious European Women in Games Conference 7th September University of Greenwich, London
• To connect with knowledgeable and influential people within the game industries through talks, networking and workshops
• To promote themselves and their work to the wider game industry community through public visibility of their online presence via a link on the Women in Games website
Students work or portfolio can submitted can be in ANY area of Game Development. Judges from the Games Industry will review website and portfolio submissions. They will look for excellence in both the work itself and the quality of communication and presentation of it. The 6 top students selected will receive a commendation and be invited to take to the stage at the conference where the winners will be announced and presented on the day.
Terms and Conditions
You must be a current female, UK University student or postgraduate student on a games course in Higher Education. Or a recent Graduate from a Games course, graduating 2015/16 or a final year student entering the third year for 2016/17
Send a link to your work or portfolio website, no later than August 7th 2016, to the following email address student.competition16 AT womeningames DOT org stating your name, contact details, level of study, course, University and reason for entering.
To be eligible for entry you also need to join all 3 of our networks on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn:
The Top 6 students will be notified after the Judging and prior to the conference for arrangements to be made.
Good Luck Any questions to Marie-Claire Isaaman on mc.isaaman AT womeningames DOT org