Western Sydney University
Western Sydney University
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Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Games Design and Simulation)

Bachelor Degree

Course description

Duration
3 years
Study mode
On-campus
Next start date
March
The Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Games Design and Simulation) is a cross-disciplinary degree that is offered both as a stand-alone and concurrently with any Bachelor degree at Western Sydney University. The program will develop the mindset, risk tolerance, creativity, passion, big thinking, team formation and leadership capabilities - key characteristics of high-impact entrepreneurs. Practical experience is incorporated into every semester of study, placing you in entrepreneurial environments, such as incubators, technology parks, and innovation centres and enabling students through all the stages from creative ideas through the sustainable development of the idea into a lean start-up.

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Campus options

2 campuses available

CampusStudy modeDurationNext start date
Parramatta South

On-campus (full-time)

On-campus (full-time)

3 years

3 years

March
Penrith

On-campus (part-time)

6 years

March

Course details

Entry requirements
Year 12 (senior secondary certificate)
LocationNew South Wales
Next start dateMarch
Duration3 years
Study modeOn-campus
Education institutionWestern Sydney University
PriceThe course price can vary depending on a few factors. To find out more, contact the course provider.

Student reviews of Graphic and Design Studies courses

Student reviews of Western Sydney University courses
8
Student review published August 2018
CourseBachelor of Design
Completion date2012
Study modeOn-campus
I think that the course was very useful. I learnt a variety of things from print to digital. The darkroom, which is no longer there was a great experience and the digital facilities were very modern. The teachers were also varied in age and were supportive.
Student review published August 2018
Completion date2013
Study modeOn-campus
The course was good. My biggest issue was that the course was very old fashion - it did not have much digital and web design even though this is the biggest industry. The assessments were also a bit over the top with the majority of the assignments based on 'social issues & culture' which is not only extremely rare to work on but is a massive restriction on creativity. The teachers while were friendly and good, should really be trained in the industry before teaching university. Many of them went straight from student to teacher and had as much knowledge of the industry as the books and lectures they taught - real world teachings would be so much better.
Student review published July 2018
Completion date2018
Study modeOn-campus
Would be better if they helped more with basics such as learning Photoshop etc as a lot of us had never used these sort of sortware before. Also if they helped more to find a career when you're finished.
Student review published July 2018
CourseBachelor of Design
Completion date2018
Study modeOn-campus
It was a good experience however I wish they taught us how to use the adobe program more and in more in depth, so in the continuing years it would of been easier.
Student review published July 2018
CourseBachelor of Design Studies
Completion date2016
Study modeOn-campus
I wish I had gone to TAFE instead of university to get more of a practical experience. I didnt really leave with a portfolio of work and I didnt have the broad range of in-depth skills I was hoping for.
Student review published July 2018
Completion date2014
Study modeOn-campus
The course had a good balance of theory and practice. It helped me develop my writing and presentation skills, which aren't just applicable to a career in design, but any industry involving communicating ideas. The teachers were very friendly and down-to-earth. The materials and content delivered were useful and formed the basis of understanding the role and fundamentals of design, and taught broader topics that someone interested in this career would likely not seek to learn outside the course.
Student review published May 2018
Completion date2016
Study modeOn-campus
Great teachers and courses. WSU is well run and organised. The facilities and classrooms and very clean and well maintained and always fitted with the latest technology. I learnt so much that I apply to my current job in Graphic Design.
Student review published May 2018
Completion date2014
Study modeOn-campus
The course was a great stepping stone into the real world of design. We learnt the theory behind good design whilst putting those principles into practice. It's a great place to make life-long friends and potential business partners.

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Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Games Design and Simulation)

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