About the program
Forsbergs Game Art is taught in English and of course we welcome international students. Just fill in the application form and we’ll be in touch!
Forsbergs Game Art is a higher educational portfolio program for game artists and 2D/3D artists. The program aims to give a creative and professional game artist education, with emphasis on visual craftmanship, developing creative abilities, through “learning by doing”. The program is qualified for Swedish financial aid for studies (CSN).
Game Art is a full-time 110 weeks long portfolio program with 40 weeks of internship included. Regular class hours are daytime Monday-Friday. However, some classes may be scheduled in evenings and on weekends. The school is open around the clock for your own work. The training consist of lectures, workshops, tutorials and presentations of the various projects, individual work and group work.
Creative thinking, ideation and process oriented work. 2D/3D art, 2D/3D animation. Concept art. AAA, serious games, apps and mobile games. 2D/3D-modelling, texturing, lighting. Game projects, agile development and presentation skills. Field studies at game development studios, industry orientation and internship.
The tuition fee is SEK 260.000. The education is exempt from VAT (value-added tax). The program requires that you have access to your own laptop. Financing the tuition fee is possible for Swedish residents through tuition loans from CSN (Swedish financial aid for studies). The education is eligible for study aid under section B1 (tertiary level). Contact CSN to check your personal conditions. Please read more at www.csn.se.
SPRING INTAKE: Feb 10 2020,
AUTUMN INTAKE Aug 31 2020
- Send your work assignments no later than:
Spring intake: 2020-02-01 23:59
Autumn intake: 2020-06-10 23:59
- Fill in the application form
- Successful applicants will be called for an interview. Interviews for applicants living outside of Stockholm will be conducted via telephone or Skype.
- Confirmation of successful entry will usually be sent 2-3 weeks after you have sent in your work assignments and completed the application form