MSc Creative Games

The digital and videogames industry is now becoming one of the fastest growing media and creative industries in the UK. Film, TV and and the print media - as well as architecture, health services and the heritage sector are fast catching up with digital innovation that dominates the production of videogames through the next generation of consol & PC technologies. The programme is a new approach in finding synergies and innovation for these different fields.

Image above from a Creative Games project produced at Salford University, MSc Creative Games


If you are interested in the aesthetic, philosophical, computing, or cultural aspects of Creative Games, and have a BSc or equivalent in computer science or one of the other sciences, this might be the master program for you.

The program has a length of one year for full-time students and two years for part-time students, and leads to a MSc degree. Students can enroll at the start of the academic year and begin their studies in September.