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Games and Entertainment Technology

Bachelor's degree in Levanger

On this bachelor's programme, you learn to develop video games and other digital pro ducts for entertainment as well as learning. You learn to create products for web sites, standalone as well as mobile devices. Your creations may be used for teaching, entertainment, advertising and other experiences.

Programme description

On this bachelor's programme, you learn to develop video games and other digital pro ducts for entertainment as well as learning. You learn to create products for web sites, standalone as well as mobile devices. Your creations may be used for teaching, entertainment, advertising and other experiences.

Study model

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Admission requirements

Higher education entrance qualification

Documented proficiency in English language

Applicants will be asked to submit an example of relevant artistic work and a motivational letter.

Information about submition of portfolio/showreel and motivational letter will be sent out to the applicants after the deadline for application.

Job opportunities

The programme qualifies for jobs in developing games and digital products within fields like video games design and production, entertainment, publishing and advertising.

Further education

Successful completion of this bachelor's programme qualifies candidates to apply for relevant master's programmes.

Study abroad

Studying a term at an international university as part of the study program is becoming more common. Get in touch with the teachers or counsselors at campus after starting the programme to get further information of the possibilities. Students can primarily go on exchange the fourth semester of the program.

Per January 1st, 2020, the program is connected to the following institutions on Erasmus+ Exchange agreements: U-TAD (Spain), Plymouth College of art (England), NTHV Breda University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands), Saxion University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands) and Complutence University of Madrid (Spain)

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​​Entrance test

Applications for places on the Bachelor’s programme in Games and Entertainment Technology are assessed in two parts:

1. Your initial application form and final grades will be assessed

2. You are asked to submit a motivation statement and portfolio

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline Applications are open in the following periods:
> Non-EU/EEA: October 1 - December 1
> EU/EEA og Nordic residents: February 1 - April 15

Welcome to a new academic year at Nord

Semester registration

Welcome to the Bachelor in Games and Entertainment Technology programme at the Faculty of Social Sciences

The autumn semester promises to b​e exciting, inclusive and, not least, safe for all our students.​

Registration 

You can reg​ister as a student as soon as you receive your student number. After completing registration, you will have access to a range of digital forums and tools at Nord University. This includes digital meeting rooms and the e-learning platform Canvas. Registration deadline is September 1st.

Program for commencement

Monday, August 16

Wednesday, August 18
09:30 Welcome! Introduction to study program and staff. You'll find information about which room/auditorium in the class timeable.

Thursday, August 19:
09:15 Getting to know the class. Team building exercises. You'll find information about which room/auditorium in the class timeable.

Friday August, 20
09:15: What is Bachelor in Games and Entertainment Technology? We play some games made by former and current students. You'll find information about which room/auditorium in the class timeable.​

Timetables, course literature and practical information

Timetables
The class timetable will be available in TimeEdit in the course of the summer holidays. Follow the links below to check if your timetable has been published.


After you have completed semester registration, you can log in to TimeEdit and see your personalized timetable.

Course literature

Equipment
Digital learning forms an important part of education at Nord, regardless of mode of delivery. It is important to have the right equipment. All student should have access to:

  • ​PC/Mac/tablet with internet access
  • Headset
  • Web camera
​Special learning arrangements
If you have special needs, including if you are in a high risk group for Covid-19, that affect your learning situation, you can apply for special arrangements in teaching and examinations. Application deadline is September 1st.

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ECTS Credits 180
Study level Bachelor
Scope Full time
Teaching language English
Police certificate of conduct No
Campus Levanger

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline Applications are open in the following periods:
> Non-EU/EEA: October 1 - December 1
> EU/EEA og Nordic residents: February 1 - April 15

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