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Intake Dates

Monday 20 September 2021

Monday 7 February 2022

Monday 30 May 2022

Details

Campus

Sydney
Melbourne

DELIVERY

Online
On Campus and Online

Bachelor Duration

3 Years

Full time - on campus
16 hrs per week

2 Years

Accelerated

Diploma Duration

1 Year

Full time
16 hrs per week

Admissions

FEE-HELP available

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Key Details
  • Intake Dates caret-arrowhead-facing-down


    Monday 20 September 2021

    Monday 7 February 2022

    Monday 30 May 2022

  • Details caret-arrowhead-facing-down


    Courses

    Higher Education Diploma of Interactive Media

    Bachelor of Interactive Media, focus on Games

    Campus

    Sydney
    Melbourne

    DELIVERY

    Online
    On Campus and Online

    Bachelor Duration

    3 Years

    Full time - on campus
    16 hrs per week

    2 Years

    Accelerated

    Diploma Duration

    1 Year

    Full time
    16 hrs per week
  • Admissions caret-arrowhead-facing-down


    FEE-HELP available

    Study now & pay later (Domestic Students only)

    → International Admissions

    → Domestic Admissions

    Entry Requirements
    → Entry Requirements
    Domestic Fees
    Download Domestic Course Fees
    International Fees
    Download International Course Fees
  • Game Design Courses

    About This Course

    From scripting and storyboarding to character design, animation, audio and graphics, the Bachelor of Interactive Media with electives in Game Design will arm you with an in-depth skill set to enable you to conceptualise, design, develop and take a game to market. You’ll create your own portfolio of games, learn programming methods and you’ll become proficient in cutting-edge design engines. Games have quickly become the dominant sector of the entertainment world, and this sophisticated and competitive field has plenty of opportunities for a rewarding career. If you’re an aspiring interface designer, 3D artist or simply want to redefine interactive storytelling, there’s never been a better time to get on board.

    Intake Dates

    Monday 20 September 2021

    Monday 7 February 2022

    Monday 30 May 2022

    Details

    Campus

    Sydney
    Melbourne

    DELIVERY

    Online
    On Campus and Online

    Bachelor Duration

    3 Years

    Full time - on campus
    16 hrs per week

    2 Years

    Accelerated

    Diploma Duration

    1 Year

    Full time
    16 hrs per week

    Admissions

    FEE-HELP available

    Study now & pay later (Domestic Students only)

    → International Admissions

    → Domestic Admissions

    Entry Requirements
    → Entry Requirements
    Domestic Fees
    Download Domestic Course Fees
    International Fees
    Download International Course Fees
    Key Details
  • Intake Dates caret-arrowhead-facing-down


    Monday 20 September 2021

    Monday 7 February 2022

    Monday 30 May 2022

  • Details caret-arrowhead-facing-down


    Courses

    Higher Education Diploma of Interactive Media

    Bachelor of Interactive Media, focus on Games

    Campus

    Sydney
    Melbourne

    DELIVERY

    Online
    On Campus and Online

    Bachelor Duration

    3 Years

    Full time - on campus
    16 hrs per week

    2 Years

    Accelerated

    Diploma Duration

    1 Year

    Full time
    16 hrs per week
  • Admissions caret-arrowhead-facing-down


    FEE-HELP available

    Study now & pay later (Domestic Students only)

    → International Admissions

    → Domestic Admissions

    Entry Requirements
    → Entry Requirements
    Domestic Fees
    Download Domestic Course Fees
    International Fees
    Download International Course Fees
  • Connect to the future

    I've always loved video games, which in time led me to programming. I would always find myself playing a game and wanting to know what was going on behind the scenes and how everything worked.


    Jack O'Shea

    Full-Time Programmer, Red Cartel

    AIT Course Studied:
    Bachelor of Interactive Media (Games Design)

    Now employed at:
    Red Cartel

    Current position:
    Full-Time Programmer


    How did AIT help you achieve success?

    I wouldn’t have started my internship if it wasn’t for AIT. The Industry Liaison Officer, Tamara Popper did everything she could to help me. I also found all other members of staff to be incredibly supportive. All of my teachers throughout my course were extremely helpful and accessible, which overall sped up my learning and knowledge. All in all, AIT provided a terrific support network for the duration of my course.


    Advice for future AIT students

    Be willing to try everything! You want to give yourself every opportunity when moving on from university, and having a core knowledge in multiple areas of game development is so crucial. You’re going into an industry where there’s so many other people wanting the same jobs as you so it’s up to you to put in the hours and make yourself as well equipped and versatile as possible.


    Curriculum
    Year 1
    Storytelling & Design Principles

    Learn how to use storytelling elements such as plot and character to make engaging content and games.

    Year 2
    Interactivity and Development

    Build on your design skills and use advanced logic and work on problem solving activities to develop interactive games.

    Year 3
    Real-world Immersion

    Begin the transition to a career in Games Design with advanced game subjects and immersive studio program to help you be you job-ready.

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    Take a look at the subjects and curriculum for the Bachelor of Interactive Media: Games Design and the Diploma of Interactive Media

    Careers in Games

    Endless possibilities in a booming market.

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    In a market hungry for new content, games are big business – with the worldwide gaming market worth nearly $100 billion whilst mobile games is booming, valued at $36.9 billion! The Australian digital games industry has earned a reputation for quality and continues to make an international impact disproportionate to its size, accounting for 47% of the global market – so the career opportunities for graduates are extraordinary! From world-class game development studios in Australia to the excitement of launching your own indie studio, to helping brands across a variety of sectors navigate gamification to engage with their customers. You could find yourself creating the next viral hit for people to play on the train to work!

    Course Guide - Games Design

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    2021 Student Guide

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    Course Guide - Games Design