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South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, XAMK Bachelor of Culture and Arts, Game Design
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, XAMK

Bachelor of Culture and Arts, Game Design

3 Years

English

Full time

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EUR 9,700 / per year *

On-Campus

* Tuition fee per academic year for non-EU/EEA citizens. Free tuition for EU/EEA/Switzerland students.

Introduction

Full-time studies

  • study places 20
  • location Kouvola, Finland
  • duration of studies 4 years

Part-time studies

  • study places 21
  • location Kouvola, Finland
  • duration of studies 4 years

Entrance examinations outside Finland through FINNIPS network


The Game Design graduates have the passion for planning and developing the game industry

The degree gives competence through research and development assignments to become an expert in specific areas of game design and other fields which use 3D modeling and animation such as advertising and TV production.

The basic studies cover arts and design skills, design methods and professional tools. The education centers around 3D modeling, concept art, script writing, and game mechanics. Different game design concepts will be explored in workshops, leading to design-orientated multidisciplinary projects in cooperation with various organizations.


Meduusa Game Design Platform

We provide inspiring facilities to promote the creation of new game ideas.

Meduusa Game Design presents students with up-to-date equipment which will ease the development of new projects for various platforms.

In addition, we collaborate with the Degree Program in Technology located in Kotka that focuses on game programming.

During the studies, you will devise your own game projects with the aim of developing them into viable businesses in the future.

Teaching language is English and you have to write Thesis’s work also in English. In the Maturity test, you demonstrate your contextual skills, as well as Finnish language skills and those students whose native is not Finnish, will be required to write the test in English.


Full-time studies

In full-time studies contact lessons are held during weekdays, normally five days a week. Learning methods include lectures, online studies, and project-based learning.

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