We are New Technology Institute Birmingham
We're part of Birmingham City University's School of Media and provide super-vocational, industry-backed postgraduate degree courses in video games development (Gamer Camp), digital marketing (Future Media) and film marketing and distribution (Film Futures).
The courses are partnered and co-designed with companies like Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Crytek, Mediacom and McCann, and graduates have gone on to work for companies such as SEGA, Rockstar North and 383 Project.
In 2014, we launched three two-year, undergraduate versions of our postgraduate courses:
- Two-Year FastTrack: Video Game Digital Art
- Two-Year FastTrack: Digital Marketing
- Two-Years FastTrack: Video Games Development
- Two-Years FastTrack: Video Game Design and Production
Of course, if you'd like to find out more or see how we might work together, please don't hesitate to contact us. Alternatively, social media types can follow our Twitter feed for the latest updates and ponderings.
Opened in the city centre in 2005, as and Adobe training centre, NTI Birmingham is part of Birmingham School of Media at Birmingham City University.
In 2011, NTI Birmingham's web design and development services were integrated into the University's IT department, with NTI Birmingham shifting its focus instead on running its Adobe and Apple short training courses and growing suite of postgraduate training courses, such as Gamer Camp.
In early 2010, NTI Birmingham (primarily a training and conferencing centre at the time) merged with the Digbeth-based production house Screen Media Lab. Screen Media Lab was set up in the early 2000's to produce websites and video through in-house studios Media Content Lab and Notion Studio respectively, as well as a variety of training through Media Skills.