Master of Science degree from the University of East London
MSc Computer Games Development
REASONS FOR CHOOSING THIS PROGRAMME
Degree from a top International University
Opportunity to obtain certifications from CISCO and Oracle
Lessons in laboratories with advanced technology equipment and software
Member of SEPE
The Metropolitan College is a member of SEPE, the Federation of Hellenic Information Technology & Communications, Enterprises.
Ability to study entirely in Greek
The field of development of game applications is growing rapidly worldwide
Flexible class schedule
Ideal timetable for working students and completion of studies in one academic year.
Seminars by renowned professionals, aiming at ongoing training and skill development.
The MSc in Computer Games Development at the Metropolitan College is the only postgraduate course in Greece aimed at Computing graduates who wish to work professionally in the field of development of game applications for various computer platforms.
The specialised postgraduate curriculum provides both a theoretical and practical background in key areas of computer game development, such as: specific programming topics related to application development in different environments (Unity3D, UnReal), design of game scenarios and levels, as well as management methodologies for game development projects.
The goal is for students to acquire the necessary skills and qualifications that will enable them to fully develop a game, whether it is intended for PCs, mobiles, or to be applied in other sciences (such as Virtual Reality applications for factories, etc.). To this end, emphasis is placed on advanced application development methods in specific environments and on the design of different scenarios and levels of a digital game.
The nature of the computer game industry enhances the competitiveness of MSc Computer Games Development graduates as well as their prospects of professional integration in the labour market. It is an industry growing very rapidly, especially in the era of continuous evolution of Smartphones. Moreover, graduates’ employment prospects are not limited to the Gaming market, but they also have career opportunities in a variety of sectors, as there is an increasing trend of using the game development programming environment in industrial applications.
Furthermore, the postgraduate course in Computer Game Development enables students to obtain Oracle certifications during their studies. The Metropolitan College is part of the Oracle Workforce Development Program as an Oracle University Workforce Development Program Partner in Greece. In addition, it is the 1st Greek College to be recognised as an officially certified centre by CISCO.
- Gameplay Programming
- Games Development
- Level Design
- Advanced Methodology of Game Design
- MSc dissertation
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
The specialised postgraduate course in Computer Games Development offers theoretical expertise and skills to Computing professionals who wish to:
- work as freelancers and advance professionally in Digital Game Development;
- pursue positions as experienced data scientists in technology, computing and communications businesses and organisations.
The MSc in Computer Games Development is aimed at Computing graduates and professionals who wish to pursue a career in game development.
- Bachelor degree in Informatics or related subject and certified English translation of Bachelor’s Degree and transcripts
- Certified English translation of High School Leaving Certificate and mark sheet or equivalent qualifications
- Diploma / certificate of English language knowledge
- Other certificates/degrees (if any)
- Curriculum Vitae – CV
- Letter of recommendation / reference from academics or employers
- Evidence of work experience (where applicable)
- Completed application form
- Copy of passport (page with your personal details and photo
The student must provide certified copies of official certificates from their previous institution. It should state that the student has completed the programme or qualification. Additional documentation may be required.
A personal interview complements the evaluation of the above documentation.