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  • Study Type

    Full time available

  • Subject Areas

    Computer Science

    Creative Arts & Design

  • Start Date

    September

  • Course Duration

    1 year (FT)

  • Course Type

    MA

  • Course Fees

    Postgraduate UK/EU (Full-Time): £7,500
    Postgraduate International (Full-Time): £15,000

  • Last Updated

    23 October 2019

Creative flair and technical skill combine on the MA Games Masters degree course at NUA – the UK’s Best Educational Institution, according to the 2017 TIGA Games Industry Awards.

You’ll collaborate with like-minded peers and be guided by subject specialist staff as well as interdisciplinary sessions with students across all of our MA courses as you work towards your ambition of a career in the games industry or wider creative sector.

Refine your industry-ready skillset

The course will accelerate the development of your existing skillset against the backdrop of the demands and rigours of industry best practice. Alongside broader research into the social, technical, economic and cultural context in which games are produced, you’ll be invited to specialise in one of three areas and a clearly-defined path of study, such as Concept Art(and Sequential Narrative), Asset Production and Indie Development. Whatever your choice, your creativity will be informed by theoretical, cultural and historical research – and powered by cutting-edge technology and software.

Blend theory, practice and creativity

NUA Games graduates include three BAFTA-winning games designers, the V&A’s first Games Designer in Residence, six teams of Dare to Be Digital finalists and employees at Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe, Foundry 42, Rebellion, Crytek, Frontier Developments, Splash Damage, Ubisoft, Rockstar Games, and many more.

We're keen to recruit candidates who are interested in games research and the use of games in a range of settings including healthcare, heritage and cultural diversity.


Visit the Games page on the Norwich University of the Arts website for more details!

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