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Top Summer Courses in Computer Arts

Colleges and universities offer summer courses to students looking to continue their education during the summer months; a time when most students are on vacation. Students have the opportunity to earn credit for the following school year

Computer arts courses prepare students for an industry becoming progressively more reliant on digital technology. Classes teach participants to work with new technology and how to implement their artistic styles within the professional world to successfully build a career in this field.

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University of Southampton

The games industry needs more designers, artists and creative thinkers. The Games Design and Art Summer School programme introduces what games are, what the games industr ... [+]

Spend your summer becoming part of a world-class university

When you join the International Summer School 2018, you are booking your place to become part of an internationally recognised centre for world-class research, enterprise and learning. Across four weeks, 16 July to 10 August 2018, you will meet many of the students and staff that make the University of Southampton one of the top 1% of universities in the world.

Mixing with students and staff from across the world in the classroom, as you make the most of our modern campus facilities, or while you are relaxing in your comfortable hall of residence, you'll make friends and gain experiences to take home that are unique.... [-]

United Kingdom Southampton
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4 weeks
Helsinki Summer School

This course takes a look at the continuously evolving field of board and video games from a historian’s viewpoint. Working with lectures, workshops and student presentati ... [+]

Games and History: Playing with Time and Culture


Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies, University of Helsinki

Related Degree Programmes:

Historian kandiohjelma Historian maisteriohjelma Kulttuuriperinnön maisteriohjelma Magisterprogrammet i kultur och kommunikation




850-1400 EUR




Derek Fewster

Target students

The course is designed for all interested students with some previous studies in History. It is recommended for students in their third year or beyond.

The participants should also have a certain amount of experience from video games, organised role playing and/or board games (such as dealing with rule books, using game interfaces, grids or network providers [e.g. STEAM], and familiarity with basic structures and options of video games.)... [-]

Finland Helsinki
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17 days

France is the second largest producer of video games in the world, after the USA. Assassin’s Creed, Raving Rabbids, Just Dance, were all created in France. Supinfogame-Ru ... [+]

International Summer Program: Game à la française

6th – 30th June 2017 France is the second largest producer of video games in the world, after the USA.Assassin’s Creed, Raving Rabbids, Just Dance, were all created in France. Supinfogame-Rubika has been recognized as the Best Video Game school in France.Each year, student projects receive international awards (i.e. Unity Awards 2015 for Anarcute ; The imagine cup world 2013, for Seed ; or the Ping award 2015 for Twin Fates). You can now join our school for a four-week summer program specialized in Video game, where you’ll be improving your game design/art skills. The course includes a module on games user research (UX/virtual reality). More details on specific module contents will be made available soon.... [-]

France Valenciennes
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4 weeks