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  • IT University of Copenhagen

    -- Copenhagen 
  • Rued Langgaards Vej 7
    Copenhagen, 2300 DK
  • +4572185000
  • +4572185001
  • Media, Technology and Games (MSc, 2 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
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  • Study Media, Technology and Games at the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

    The Msc in IT, Media, Technology and Games (the Games Programme) is taught entirely in english. It provides a core education for those wanting to do research on computer games, design them, or build them.

    The programme has two branches:

    • Design and analysis
    • Technology

    Students do joint courses and projects, collaborating across the two areas, but also specialize in their chosen branch as they progress in their studies.

    The Games Programme is dedicated to:

    • The serious study and analysis of computer games
    • Commitment to innovation in game design and development
    • Enthusiasm for multidisciplinary, research-based practice

     The Games Programme is for people who are looking for a dynamic and creative place to explore computer Games. 

    Potential jobs for MSc's in the Games Programme include:

    • Game & level designer
    • Creative director for interacttive projects
    • Game producer
    • Engine & tools programmer
    • AI developer and programmer
    • Quality assurance and testing
    • Project manager
    • Game Journalist
    • Research and policy analyst

     To apply for the Games programme, you need to have a bachelor's degree.

    Application deadlines:

    • March 1 for non-EU applicants
    • May 15 for Danish and EU Applicants


    About the IT University of Copenhagen

    The IT University of Copenhagen is the youngest university in Denmark. It is 100% dedicated to the digital world – from games and communication to business and software.

    The IT University of Copenhagen is a state university, and was established in 1999. It is funded to undertake both theoretical research and applied research into the interaction and growing importance of information technology to society.

    With its multidisciplinary approach to IT, it’s an innovative university that through research and education creates new IT and knowledge on a high international level.

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