Once a niche form of entertainment, video games are now among the most ubiquitous pastime activities globally, rivaling even its natural competitors, such as the film and TV industries. If you find the idea of working on new, meaningful experiences intriguing, the video game industry – estimated to reach over $250 billion by 2025 – might be just for you! Given the fact that video game development requires not only mastering the most advanced technologies, but also a good deal of creativity, there’s no shortage of opportunities for programmers, testers, graphic artists, writers, project managers, and other professionals. Whatever you choose to pursue, a Bachelor’s degree in Game Development can help you massively.
The programme, which awards a Gaming Studies degree, is focused on building the students’ overall capacity for working in the video game industry. This includes programming basics, 3D modelling, computer graphics and animation, video game physics, data structures and algorithms, project management, and game development using the highly popular and versatile Unity3D engine.
In addition, during your studies in Lithuania you will learn the intricacies of making quality audiovisual content, and working with interactive media components, smart devices and other multimedia.