Have you ever played a computer game and wondered how they make the character jump? Do you enjoy deliberately finding bugs in your game? Have you ever thought about how your favourite character has been animated? Were you always more mathematically inclined?
If you find yourself thinking positively about any of the above, stop wondering what to study: informatics is what you might be interested in.
Informatics and Digital Contents is a joint study programme with Dongseo University (South Korea). Two years of studies will be held at MRU and tuition fee will be paid to MRU, last two years of studies will be held at Dongseo University (DU) and tuition fee will be paid to DU. More information about life in South Korea on DU Campus.
Purpose of this programme is to prepare qualified specialists in the field of informatics who would be able to adapt their knowledge in game, digital animation and audiovisual effect industries as well as comprehensively understand and apply knowledge related to digital contents production by fostering entrepreneurship and self-employment in this field, thus ensuring the usage of informatics-based methods which are applied in game, digital animation and visual effects creation platforms, and enabling the application of interdisciplinary knowledge through technical and creative interactions in material and digital media systems.
Upon successful graduation students will receive a double diploma from two Universities.