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MA in Game Art, Design and Development at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design
Applications are now open for the Game Art, Design and Development master’s program at KADK – the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design in Copenhagen.
This is a two-year program running from September 1, 2016. The application deadline is March 1st.
Game Art, Design and Development is a master’s-level game program with an emphasis on visual design, while giving students the technical and design skills needed to build game prototypes and full games, as well as allowing for theoretical projects.
During the two-year program, students will continually be making games, while learning graphical design, 3D modeling and animation, Unity3D, game design, game studies and video game history. As part of the program, students partake in a full-semester large game production with students from multiple universities.
The program prepares graduates for a career in the game industry and beyond, either as entrepreneurs or as employees.
Who can apply?
The master’s program in Game Art, Design & Development is in English, and is open to all students, Danish and International, with a relevant bachelor’s degree in fields such as graphical design, game design, or 3D modeling.
More about the program
To read more about the program, go to the website or email program head Jesper Juul, firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply
Please find application details on the admissions page
Tuition information at https://kadk.dk/en/tuition-fee-0
Why study at KADK in Copenhagen?
KADK is a leading academy in Scandinavia in the fields of architecture, design and conservation. It is located centrally in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen is a hub for video game development, with a vibrant English-language game development community, and home to both small and bigger companies such as Sybo games, IO Interactive and Unity3D.