DEGREE IN DIGITAL CREATION AND PRODUCTION – GENERAL INFO


ECTS credits: 180

Places:80

The Degree in Artistic Creation for Videogames And Applied Games (Artist Degree), you will learn to conceptualise the art and design of games, video games, applied games (Serious Games) and all kinds of interactive applications also for mobile platforms.

At ENTI-UB we teach students how to work on all analogue and digital platforms (desktop, computer, smartphone, tablet, console, augmented and virtual realities, etc.). You will combine the artistic field with that most aimed at designing memorable games and experiences.

At ENTI-UB all the teaching is real, i.e. everything, ranging from the theory of the image, user-focused design, modern art to the design of game elements, and including psychology, is linked effectively to the needs of design and art in video games.

In addition, you will learn to work as a team, with everyone using the tools that allow each of you to create art for games and therefore to discover your role in the video game industry; based at every moment on the creation of your project and considering you as a potential entrepreneur from the word go. All this while gradually introducing the English language into course subjects in order to improve your future incorporation into the jobs market.

In addition, you will have the best teaching staff at your disposal. All the members of the teaching staff at ENTI-UB are linked professionally to the video game industry and to Serious Games.  This ensures that the contents of the course and the technological tools are permanently updated – leading to students gaining better job placements after finishing their studies. Not without reason do we have agreements with many studies and companies in the sector.

The aim of this degree at ENTI-UB is the comprehensive training of future games designers and artists. In addition, ENTI-UB forms a part of two international networks of excellence that are carrying out influential applied research projects in the field, namely: JamToday and GameBIZ.