The specialisation ICT & Game Design and Technology distinguishes itself by combining ICT-knowledge with creativity and design. This specialisation is a challenging one in which you work on game projects with other students in teams, for real clients.
‘With Gamedesign you not only choose a specialisation, but also a community.’
Michael Schifferling / Programme Manager Specialisation ICT & Game Design and Technology
In the specialisation ICT & Game Design and Technology you will work with state-of-the-art developing platforms (like PC’s, Tablets and SmartPhones) and you will work with the newest interface technology like Oculus Rift, Leap Motion, Brain Computing interfaces. You will use these instruments to develop games in a multi-disciplinary team for real commissioning parties.
Next year will focus on Mobile Gaming (1 semester) and New Technology (1 semester). The courses will make sure you will feel comfortable in the domain of games and they will deal with concepting, 3d design, sound design and tooling.
Do you want to know more about content of this specialisation, please have a look at the addtional information such as semester guides on Sharepoint.
Whatever you learn in the Game Design & Technology programme is directly applicable in the field. Depending on your main study programme and your preferences, you will specialise as a gameplay programmer, game/level designer and/or tool developer. Students of Game Design and Technology typically complete their study at companies like Little Chicken Game company, Ranj (our Partner in Education), Vanguard Games, Fantazm, Spil Games and GGZe Gamelabs.
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