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  • Utrecht School of the Arts/ Faculty of Art, Media & Technology

    -- Hilversum, CL 
  • Oude Amersfoortseweg 131, Hilversum
    Postbus 2471
    Hilversum, CL 1200
  • +31 35 6836464
  • Game Design & Development (MA/MFA, and Master of Arts, 4 Years)
    For a position in Game Design

  • Campus:Yes         Online: No
  • In state: 0 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
    Out of state: 0 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
    Non-US National (Overseas Students): 0 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
  • With more than 2,700 students, in excess of 80 courses and a range of Master of Arts courses, the HKU is one of the largest art and culture-oriented educational institutions in Europe.

    The HKU also offers the opportunity to carry out research within the art and culture sector. The courses, pathways and Master courses are divided between 24 Schools, which are supported and led at an organisational level by 5 faculties.

    At the Faculty of Art, Media & Technology, in the Utrecht School of Art & Technology we provide a 4 year pathway fully dedicated to the theory and practice of game design & development. The programme, called 'Game Design & Development' consists of both a undergraduate and a graduate/masterdegree level. The focus of the programme is 'game design'. With a view to the pronounced multidisciplinary character of game design, the programme provides students a broad basis in the disciplines concerned and offers students the opportunity to develop related skills: game design, interface design, drawing, modelling, animation, programming, music and sound and production aspects of the design and development of game software.

    Theoretical courses in game studies are also provided (ludology, the theoretical study of games, society and culture, game semiotics, game related human computer interaction studies etc.).