Arkisto: University of Applied Sciences

Novia University of Applied Sciences

Novia University of Applied Sciences offers Bachelor’s and Master’s studies such as Bachelor of Culture and Arts – Fine Arts, Bachelor of Engineering – Information Technology, and Master of Culture and Arts – Entrepreneurship in the Art. More information about the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs is on our website Novia RDI has a […]

Turku University of Applied Sciences

Bachelor of Engineering: Information and Communications Technology  Information and Communications Technology (ICT) deals with technologies, methods and tools such as software applications, data networks and cybersecurity, games and hi-tech electronic devices and systems. During the studies students have opportunity to specialize in Game and Interactive Technologies and gain the ability to create technology and art […]

Tampere University of Applied Sciences

Bachelor of Business Administration: Business Information Technology Bachelor of Culture and Arts: Media Designer TAMK is providing game studies in Business information Systems (BIS) and Media studies. BIS is focusing on programming and Media studies on game art. TAMK Games Academy is for students wanting to become games artists or games programmers to enable both […]

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK)

Xamk offers two opportunities to become game industry professional. Game Design is taught by English and introduced below. Engineering degree from game programming is taught mainly by Finnish and more information of this degree is on our Finnish site. Part of the game programming education is available for exchange students and is introduced below. Bachelor […]

Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

Metropolia University of Applied sciences offers gaming studies in two majors: – Game Development in Information Technology – 3D Animation and Visualisation in Design Metropolia University of Applied Sciences offers an opportunity to study engineering degree with a focus on game development. Two groups start the Game Development programme yearly, one in Finnish and the […]