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Game Design

full time

  • Bachelor of Science

    Bachelor
    Degree

  • 7 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Berlin

    Location

  • No information

Overview and admission

Study Type

undergraduate

Admission semester

Summer Semester only

Area of study
Practical Computer Science
Focus

Computer Science, Game Physics, Creation of 3D Worlds, Artificial Intelligence

Annotation

Since 01.04.2004, the privately run MEDIADESIGN HOCHSCHULE for Design and Computer Science has been a state-recognised university of applied sciences in terms of Sec. 123 Par. 1 of the Berlin Higher Education Act in conjunction with Sec. 70 Par. 1 of the Higher Education Framework Act. The MEDIADESIGN HOCHSCHULE for Design and Computer Science has three campuses - in Berlin, Munich and Düsseldorf - with headquarters in Berlin.

Admission modus

Selection procedure / qualifying examination

Admission requirements (Link)

Admission requirements

The admission requirements The prerequisite for admission to the Bachelor's degree course in Game Design is a general higher education entrance qualification, an advanced technical college certificate of universities of applied sciences or a qualification recognised as equivalent. In accordance with Section 11 BerlHG, it is also possible to study with a subject-specific higher education entrance qualification. Application before the school leaving certificate giving right of entry to higher education (Abitur) Application is possible in the current school year even before the school leaving certificate giving right of entry to higher education (Abitur). The school leaving certificate giving right of entry to higher education can be submitted later. Personal requirements You should be able to think logically and in context and have a good general knowledge. Furthermore, open-mindedness towards new tasks and the willingness to work in a team are important prerequisites as a Game Artist. Profound experience with the medium of computer games is a prerequisite, as well as the willingness to invest a lot of time and face new personal challenges. A good command of German and English is recommended. Application procedure A detailed application (including diplomas and a curriculum vitae in tabular form with a photograph) is decisive for admission. The school leaving certificate giving right of entry to higher education can be submitted later. In addition, work samples are to be presented that document an in-depth engagement with the medium of computer games that goes beyond mundane gaming. You want to know more about this course of studies? Then simply contact the student advice office in Berlin, Düsseldorf or Munich. Or come to our regular info evenings, where professors and lecturers from the Game Design department provide interesting insights into the course. You can find out the dates at the student advice office.

Tuition fee

Fees

650.00 EUR / Month

Fees (Link)

Monthly tuition fees* Enrolment fee: 490 EUR Bachelor's degree examination fee: 1,050 EUR *The fees depend on the location and can differ for students from outside the EU!

Languages of instruction

Main language

German

Student advisory service

Studienberatung

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