NUS BRINGS EXTRA BENEFITS FOR TRAIN2GAME STUDENTS

02 August 2010

Blended learning provider Train2Game today announce that their students are entitled to the National Union of Students’ (NUS) Extra Card free of charge, providing them with a range of discounts and benefits.

From September this year, all Train2Game students who have passed the Section 1 Examination of their course will be able to apply for the NUS Extra Card. The cost of the card will be met by Train2Game and will be free to its students, giving access to discounts and special offers with a range of national retailers and brands - including Amazon, Apple, Comet, Game and Odeon Cinemas.

Train2Game Director, Clive Robert, stated“We are really pleased that Train2Game students are to be welcomed into the NUS and are now eligible for the NUS Extra Card, opening the door to a whole host of benefits and discounts that are enjoyed by so many students across the UK.”

The NUS is the primary confederation of students’ unions that exist inside the UK. For more information please visit http://www.nus.org.uk

Train2Game offers blended learning courses for people who would like a career in the video games industry. Its Games Design, Games Developer and Games Artist&Animator courses include input and involvement from experienced industry professionals, and are supported by the UK video games trade association, TIGA, who act as the independent awarding and examination body for Train2Game. Further information can be found at http://www.train2game.com

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For further information about Train2Game, please contact Kayleigh Watson on 020 7479 4310 or email kayleigh@kazoo.co.uk


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