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Digital Media, Game Design & Animation

Bachelor Creative Media and Game Technologies

4 years

€2060 pa

Programme profile


Creative Media and Game Technologies is an enormously wide field of study. After a broad-based orientation phase, it is up to you to decide which area you want to specialise in. Do you have a broad interest in interactive media or are you passionate about creating games? You can determine your own study path.

Programme content


The programme focuses on the three roles that you encounter everywhere in the professional field. In the first year, you can experiment with these roles and subsequently choose the role that suits you best

Artist
The Artist is a talented illusionist. The most important role of an artist is to create content that really excites the user.You will be taught subjects like

Content creation
Concept Art
Animation
2D, 3D design
Video and Visual FX
Visual storytelling

Experience Designer

The experience designer is the creative jack-of-all-trades who invents and develops experiences that create value for the user. You will therefore be taught important "Artist-as-Engineer" subjects and specific design subjects such as:

Concept design
Gamification
Serious Gaming
Marketing
Game design
User experience
Interaction design

Engineer

The Engineer is a structured realist. You are especially good at the technical realisation of interactive media and games.You will be taught subjects like:

Computer programming
Game engines
Processing
Web technology

Progression


The university currently offers no related Masters programme, taught through English

Entry Requirements


Two A-Levels [Grades not specified] and three GCSEs [Grades A-C]

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H4 OR relevant QQI/FETAC Level 5

Yes: Assessment & Portfolio

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