Games and Entertainment Technology

Recreation. Research. Education. Strategy. Gaming is increasingly understood as relevant for a huge range of human activities. This study programme provides practical knowledge about developing digital products, services and games for different target audiences. You will acquire a solid foundation in programming, traditional art, game design, 3D game asset creation and ludology. As a student at Nord University you will have access to industry standard facilities, including a 120m2 green screen studio and modern labs with updated software.
Application deadline Nordic applicants: April 15
EU applicants: April 1
Non-EU applicants: December 1
Formal prerequisites

Higher education entrance qualification

Documented proficiency in English language

Applicants may be asked to submit an example of relevant artistic work

Tuition No tuition fee
Degree level Bachelor, 3 years
City Steinkjer
Credits 180.0
Language of teaching English