University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE)

Game Design (B.A.)

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University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE)
In Berlin and Hamburg (Germany)
  • University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE)

€665 - (£599)/month
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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location At 2 venues (Germany)
Duration 7 Semesters
Start September
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Credits 210

If you are a passionate gamer who would love to make a career creating your own gaming experiences this bachelor program in Game Design, offered by Emagister and accredited by the University of Applied Sciences Europe, is the right fit for you.

Learn all important creative and technical aspects of game design and development that will help you build engaging game scenarios. Master this multidisciplinary field with training in art, design and programming, as well as reviewing the cultural, economic and marketing aspects of the game industry.

Tailor your learning towards your preferred career path by choosing among the different subjects and specializations that we offer within this practice-oriented programme. Benefit from the knowledge of our distinguished lecturers, familiar with the gaming industry. All in a friendly environment that will help you discover and polish your strengths and develop your own professional plan.

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  • Curriculum Game Design (B.A.)

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Where and when



Berlin (Germany)
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Dessauer Str. 3-5, 10963


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Hamburg (Germany)
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Museumstraße 39, 22765


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To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

This programme gives students a high degree of autonomy, so that they can work in developer studios, while developing games themselves.

· Requirements

1. Please complete our online application form in its entirety. 2. Upload a certified copy and a certified translation in German or English of your high school diploma or equivalent. 3. In case you have already studied in the area of design, please also submit a copy and a certified translation of your transcript. Once we have gone through your application and work samples, we can then evaluate whether you are suitable for studying at UE. If yes, we will invite you to an interview.

· Qualification

Game Design Bachelor of Arts

· What marks this course apart?

Focus on individual development in small learning groups and a personal atmosphere. Creative freedom, professional equipment and practical projects. Teaching by renowned lecturers from the gaming industry.

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5.0 10/12/2017
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What you'll learn on the course

Market Research
Game Design
Game Programming
Game Art
Gaming industry

Teachers and trainers (1)

Prof. Csongor Baranyai
Prof. Csongor Baranyai
Game Design (Head of program)

Course programme

In the Game Design program, your studies will focus on the development and creation of innovative and experimental games. As a student, you’ll receive an overview of the business, culture, and markets surrounding computer games, from AAA to indie games and experimental formats.

You’ll have classes in the areas of game design, game art, and game programming, as well as their interplay with each other. From the first semester on, you’ll learn how to master the development process in teams on a project basis. To round out the development of your own games and prototypes, you’ll learn about the theoretical aspects of gaming as a medium, receive an overview of the financial perspectives and get insight into the industry at the national and international level.

In interdisciplinary seminars, workshops, and study trips, you’ll expand your horizons.

Additional information

Next Intake is September 2020. All courses are going to start on campus as planned