Training description

In barely thirty years, video games moved from a hobby status to one of the biggest entertainment industries.

This extraordinary growth can only be sustained by supplying new highly specialized professionals on the labour market, because the complex technologies used in this domain need a special training more than ever for those who want to enter that extremely competitive field.

Thanks to partnerships with key companies in the video game industry such as Sony Computer Entertainment and the availability of exclusive material (developing systems and professional engines), the video game programme offers you to develop cutting-edge skills in the most promising fields of this industry and takes place in the same learning environment you will later find in the industry.

The teaching team includes many teachers actively working in the video game industry. It enables us, among other things, to ensure that our graduate students will always be ready to face the most recent technologies required by the job.


Creative parts: design of environments, weapons, vehicles, textures and characters, conceptual design and traditional sculpture.

Technical parts: Lighting, environment pipeline and integration.

Game art allows you to design graphical resources for video games such as environments, objects, characters or creatures.

Beyond the visual aspect, technical constraints are important since the result has to be beautiful but also integrated to a functional project meeting the performance and quality requirements of the target platforms. Thanks to partnerships with leading figures of the industry, we use professional development sets such as PlayStation®4 to this end.

Discover our students’ works on ArtStation VG or on our YouTube channel.

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Practical information

Digital and creative media
Namur, Belgium

Day courses


Summary of 3 years

Your academic background

01 1st year

The modules proposed during the first year allow you to get familiar with the different domains of computer graphics and gain the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to start then a specific programme in a section.


02 2nd year

Courses and lab work.

Integrated project at the end of the academic year.

03 3rd year

Practical exercises parallel to a group project gathering in the same team different profiles coming from different video games fields.

This year ends with a work placement in a company.


What do you want to become?
  • Technical artist
  • Animator
  • Gameplay programmer
  • Artist (2D/3D, character, environment…)
  • Level designer
  • Game designer


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Are you interested in this training?

Contact the coordinator.

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