Bachelor in Game Design

You love games and are into writing, audio visual design or coding? Then let us introduce you to our international-no-tuition-fee game design program.

Apply for a bachelor degree in game designs from a top German university and get the opportunity to study in the hearth of Europe. The game design program is open to all kinds of students across the globe that want to learn how games are designed and programmed.

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Graduates of the game development degree bachelor program will be qualified for various roles in game development, such as game designer, level designer, game artist, gameplay programmer or project manager. Furthermore, the broad interdisciplinary education at Cologne Game Lab might qualify for game-related positions in fields such as journalism, communication, education, and applied research.

Game Design Bachelor's Degree

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Admission Requirement For The Bachelor in Game Design

High School certificate for EU Citizens

GCE A’Levels or One Year University Studies for NON EU Applicants

The required documents:

  • Printed and signed online application form
  • Copies of school learning certificates with grades from the 10th school year upwards. These must be translated into German or English and attested by the German embassy/ consulate in the home country.
  • Language certificates
  • work samples to show artistic or game designs skills
  • CV with photo
  • Copy of passport or national ID card
  • If necessary, proof of

Tuition Fee

There are no tuition fees for this degree program.

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About The Game Design Bachelors Degree

After a general introduction to the creative and technological process of game development and the academic study of digital games in the first and second semesters, students specialise in Game Arts, Game Design or Game Informatics in the following semesters. Throughout their studies, students of all specialisations are instructed in Media and Game Studies, and they develop games in collaborative projects. In the fourth semester, students can choose between an exchange semester at a university abroad, an internship or a self-initiated project.

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The programme’s content includes:

  • Game design
  • Storytelling
  • Audiovisual design
  • Animation
  • Prototyping
  • Programming and technology
  • Project management
  • Video game and media studies

The programme offers three areas of specialisation:

  • Game Arts
  • Game Design
  • Game Informatics

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