After your graduation you can decide whether to find a job or carry on studying - at master's level.
- Get a job
You most likely start in assistant's positions and work your way up to higher positions, such as lead designer, lead programmer, art director or producer, to name a few.
The games industry has an urgent need for high-quality specialists. When you enter the labour market, you will see that employers are not so much interested in degrees, but in practical results.
When applying for a job, you could be selected based on the portfolio which you will compile throughout your study.
Alternative careers for programmers
- Companies involved in Virtual Reality
- Companies which visualise data and have a need for creative technicians
- Simulations (such as driving simulations)
- Companies developing products for medical applications
Alternative opportunities for visual artists
- Agencies that specialise in visualisation, such as architecture
- Animation studios
- Film and television productions
- Advertising agencies
Alternative opportunities for Design & Production
- Game journalism
- Game criticism
- Positions in interactive / branching story writing
- Production roles in any digital media industry
- Obtain a Master's Degree