We offer a portfolio of tailored programmes for organisations and individuals to feel supported, connected and well-informed throughout their lifetime. From 5 years to 21 years +, we’ve got you covered with our Digital Schoolhouse and Student Membership programmes and as you move on in your career, you can give back via our Video Game Ambassador programme whilst making the most of unique training opportunities.
We aim to enable anyone with a passion for video games to flourish. Find the programme for you:
Digital Schoolhouse together with Nintendo UK, uses play-based learning to engage the next generation of pupils and teachers with the Computing curriculum. Digital Schoolhouse is delivered by the UK games industry trade body Ukie and is supported by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
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Ukie’s Student Membership has been designed to bring academia and industry together to secure the future of the games sector. We aim to give our student members the support and connections they need to start the career of their dreams through providing unique benefits, opportunities, discounts and resources, exclusive to Ukie Students.
Find out more about the Ukie Students programme
Ukie is the only organisation offering bespoke courses designed specifically for games companies, and we're committed to giving members and non-members alike access to the best training opportunities available.
View our Training Programme here
Video Games Ambassadors open the door to a whole new world for young people, inspiring the next generation to work in the games industry and helping them to see STEM subjects and careers with a fresh perspective.
Check out the Video Game Ambassadors scheme
Into Games are a non-profit that supports people in finding rewarding careers in the games industry. Their projects connect education and industry while providing guidance for learners from primary school upwards. They primarily work with underrepresented groups and support us on several Ukie initiatives.
Find out more about Into Games
www.askaboutgames.com is a resource aimed at parents and carers to help them understand the world of video games. Supported by the Video Standards Council and edited by family games expert Andy Robertson, AskAboutGames features advice on age ratings, managing play and the best family games to help families make the most of play.
Find out more about askaboutgames