Creative Media and Game Technologies

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As the name indicates, CMGT will teach you everything you want to know about creative media and game technologies. In the first year you can experiment with different roles and choose the one that is best suited for you. Depending on your preference you will either move in the direction of interactive media in general or specialize in games.

"What I like the most about my study is the creative freedom and the people you work with. Students come from all over the world and work here to fulfill their dreams.'' Jennifer van den Brand, from the Netherlands ūüá≥ūüáĪ

"Creative Media and Game Technologies (CMGT) is the place to experiment and discover what your passions are.'' Amanda Conte Leite, from Brazil ūüáßūüá∑

"CMGT brings out the best of the students whilst also allowing you to excel in other curriculums. There is a lot of international exposure which provides better verbal skill sets after and during the course.
All this and more will make myself a better developer but crucially a more international individual." Willem Kranendonk, from the Netherlands ūüá≥ūüáĪ

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  • Right now I only have a computer. Is it necessary to buy/bring my own laptop for CGMT? Or is my own computer alone sufficient?
    Chris
    asked 1 month ago
    Annika
    told 1 month ago

    Hello Chris,

    I really recommend that you buy a laptop.
    During the classes you need to work on it. There are a couple pc’s and mac’s at the uni. But these systems are a couple years old and not really convient to work on because they are really slow, also because you need to work on the server. Also, these machines are not available in most classrooms.
    All teachers also work on laptops during classes, you need to do presentations on your laptop and connect hardware from uni to it.
    So it's better to have a mobile workstation with you during classes. Or you will fall behind fast.

    Kind regards,
    Annika

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  • Hey, guys:)! Ive just been officially invited for the CMGT program here so in order to be prepared for the following year I was hoping to find technical requirements for the laptop ill need (as an artist) and which softwares we ll use. Sadly, I didnt. Some help and information will be in great use:)
    Nikolay
    asked 1 month ago
    Annika
    told 1 month ago

    The minimal requirements for a windows laptop are:
    At least an i5 processor, at least 8 GB of RAM (16 GB Ram is really recommended), a SSD Harddisk with a storage of at least 256 GB(but buy an external HDD because you're going to need it) and a dedicated graphics card of minimal 2GB(more absolutely recommended).

    If you're "apple-minded", Apple notebooks are also possible. All new Apple macbooks pro are okay, if they have at least 8 GB of RAM and an SSD harddrive of at least 256 GB. Also is recommended to buy an external harddrive for extra storage. If you're going to do some heavy graphics or 3D work, buy the Macbook Pro "15 or "16 with dedicated Graphics card.

    Some programs that you are going to use are:
    The Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere Pro)
    Substance Painter & Substance Designer
    Autodesk Maya
    Unity

  • Hello, I've been recently accepted in this programme at Saxion and I've been offered a place in a similar programme at another university called Breda. Now I have to choose between the two. This decision is life-changing for me so my question is why should I choose Saxion over Breda?
    Peter
    asked 1 month, 1 week ago
    Arjen
    told 1 month, 1 week ago

    Breda is more hardcore leaning towards gaming, while CMGT is not specifically for games but also includes games and other media.

    From what I have heard, Breda will be a lot tougher but will have a really good outcome. While Saxion won't put too much pressure and wants you to improve yourself while supporting you all the way.

  • Hello, as I got accepted into CMGT the programme, I have been wondering what kind of software are we going to use( Autodesk Maya, Photoshop etc.) for the Artist path? I am asking this so I can buy a laptop which can handle these softwares.
    Filip
    asked 1 month, 1 week ago
    Arjen
    told 1 month, 1 week ago

    Maya, substance painter, unity, Photoshop, audacity and zbrush. Those are the ones I can name at the top of my head.

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  • What are the entry requirements for Game Technologies?
    Ahmed
    asked 6 months, 1 week ago
    Arjen
    told 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    This question was answered in the other question you asked. but in case you're still unsure here is the link to all the requirements: https://www.saxion.edu/studying-in-the-netherlands/application/admission-and-entry-requirements

    Like I said in the other question, regarding your education, check with this site: https://www.nuffic.nl/en/subjects/education-systems-worldwide/

    Goodluck and I hope to see you next year!

  • How many people get admitted per academic year?
    Gergana
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Arjen
    told 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    The past 2 years has been Roughly 250-300 students. But if you are worried that you won't get accepted, don't worry. Just make sure you pass the criteria of the intake assignment and you are good.

    What gets you accepted is your motivation and drive to do this course.

  • How many ECTS points can I get if I decide to persue Artist path in art media and society?? Thanks in advance..
    Antonio
    asked 5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Arjen
    told 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    I'm unsure what you mean with "art media and society". But if you meant the artist path inside of CMGT then it will be 60 ECTs in the first year and the other 3 consists of 180. In total 240 ECTs.

  • To make my question better is it possible to apply with A -Levels or IGCSE? As well as I've been working with blender for quiet a long time same with unity. (All testing nothing serious)
    Ahmed
    asked 6 months, 1 week ago
    Arjen
    told 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Hi Ahmed, to check if your education level is high enough, I'd recommend using this site: https://www.nuffic.nl/en/subjects/education-systems-worldwide/
    That's the official one that Saxion uses to compare international education to their standards.

    As for working with blender and Unity, it's handy to show the work that you made in your portfolio when applying. Since you are proficient with these tools, It's recommended to use them for the intake assignment.

    This course teaches you the tools needed to work in the game industry from scratch, so prior knowledge is not obligated only appreciated.

  • Hello, i want to apply to CMGT this year, this requires IELTS, but in my country it has been cancelled till 30th of April due to Covid-19, and i dont know when it will be available again. So my question is can i apply to the University w/o IELTS results or apply later, when it will be available?
    Dan
    asked 1 month, 4 weeks ago
    Franz
    told 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    The Dutch government wants to retain as much space-time flexibility as possible to act upon during the crisis. The timing to give you a reliable answer to your question is a bit difficult and out of range to this platform.

  • Do you need to have computer science skills, a good score in computer science and/or is it a mandatory subject in the Creative Media and Gaming Technologies programme?
    Sanjeev
    asked 2 months, 2 weeks ago
    Gabriella
    told 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    Not necessarily. Of course you should have some affinity with broad aspects of IT in general. But the skills you'll be deepening into depend on the type of specialisation you'll follow.

    If you're interested in Computer Science, I'd suggest looking into the programme 'Applied Computer Science'. There are indeed some areas which overlap with Creative Media & Game Technologies, but these programmes are quite different.

  • Hello, could you confirm whether Saxion has any hostel accommodation for international students.
    Diksha
    asked 2 months, 3 weeks ago
    Annika
    told 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Helllo Diksha,

    Saxion has accommodations for international students.
    You can find more information here:
    https://www.saxion.edu/studying-in-the-netherlands/practical-matters/accommodation

    Kind regards,
    Annika

  • requirements
    Hello, I have read through your requirements for the creative media and game technologies and i have a question regarding my diploma. Is a 5.5 out of 6 diploma enough to get in? Thank you in advance.
    Anna
    asked 4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Gabriella
    told 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hey Anna.
    That's +91%, so that's an awesome score ūü§©ūüôā

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  • Hi! I've got 2 questions: 1) Is there a site where I can see more information about the lecturers? (online talks or previous projects, especially indie?)and 2) Could you explain in a bit more detail what went into a specific assignment? (particularly the help provided by the professors)Thanks! :)
    Andrei
    asked 5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Gabriella
    told 5 months ago

    Hi Andrei!

    You can check the requirements for the assignment here:
    https://www.saxion.edu/programmes/bachelor/creative-media-and-game-technologies/requirements

    On Youtube you can find some projects: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaSem7FqpSnXwN7p4oViWKg

    Check also: https://cmgt.act.saxion.nl/

  • How should that game that is in entry requirements look? Because i have never programmed a game I am more of a photoshop, after effects person.. Thanks in advance. :D
    Antonio
    asked 5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Gabriella
    told 5 months ago

    Hi Antonio!
    You can check the requirements for the assignment here:
    https://www.saxion.edu/programmes/bachelor/creative-media-and-game-technologies/requirements

    The programming part of it is quite simple. As you have more skills in Photoshop and After Effects you can explore those skills by creating an interesting caracter, for example.

    The examination board doesn't expect to have a complex and finished product, but to evaluate what you're capable of delivering so far, and your potential once you improve your skills during the course.

    Good luck!

  • Hello. I wanted to ask if exams are required to enter the university . If so yes, 1) how do I prepare for them? 2) in case I don‚Äôt pass, what do I do?
    Olger
    asked 6 months, 1 week ago
    Tamara
    told 6 months, 1 week ago

    Hi Olger,

    The requirements to enter differ per study programme. Of course all programmes require that you are educated high/well enough to enter university (high school diploma with good results or secondary education) and that your English is sufficient. I do think you can complete a test if your English isn't good enough. In other words, I can’t really tell you if you need to take an exam or how to prepare for it. It depends on where you are from and your current level of education.

    However, to be accepted into the CMGT programme, you also need to pass an intake (consisting of 4 elements). You can find more information about the requirements and intake here: https://www.saxion.edu/programmes/bachelor/creative-media-and-game-technologies/requirements
    This link also provides a link to a PDF document with information about the intake. Read that very well and just adhere to that ūüėä

    If this doesn't help you, I recommended contacting the the international office of Saxion (internationaloffice@saxion.nl).

    Good luck! Please let us know if you have more questions.

  • Can you find a part-time job there? I mean, is it difficult for someone that doesn‚Äôt speak Dutch to find a job?
    Olger
    asked 6 months, 1 week ago
    Gabriella
    told 6 months, 1 week ago

    Hey Olger!

    It depends! I had friends who found a job quite quickly and other who complained it was quite difficult. I think in the end it really goes in hand with your motivation and creativity. If you're not afraid to look (and hear some no's), you can find a part-time job. Of course I advise you to have enough savings for at least the first 3 months.

  • Hello Rania,I‚Äôm also from Greece and I wanted to ask you some simple questions about Saxion University:1) Is it worth studying there (I want applied computer science)?2) Is it hard to find a place to live near university (cheap: 350-450‚ā¨)?3) What are the costs living there?Thank you!
    Olger
    asked 6 months, 1 week ago
    Franz
    told 6 months, 1 week ago

    Hello Olger,

    Some simple answers.

    1) It's worth it if you are passionate about more than just applied computer science. Everything is getting "SMART" nowadays but without the user it's worth nothing.

    Read this (if you havn't)
    https://www.saxion.edu/programmes/bachelor/applied-computer-science/course-content
    and ask more specific information. Maybe even check out the school during the open day (29th) if you get a chance.

    Dutch and international classes are separate. However depending on how social you are, you will find friends independent from someone's origin. That's worth a lot in my opinion.

    2 & 3) Cheap accommodation near the university as you see it is doable in terms of 10 km cycling and having 2 or more flatmates.
    Then you are able to share costs for energy, internet and food. This will cost you at least 150‚ā¨. The city as a citizen is quite expensive but student associations will come up for it.

    Hope that helps.

  • Entry Requirements
    Hello! I am going to apply to saxion and at the moment i am working with a friend on a game. The question is, will i be able to present the game at the Intake Interview even if it was made in a collaboration with a friend?
    Andrei-Daniel
    asked 8 months ago
    Luciano
    told 7 months, 1 week ago

    Hi Andrei-Daniel,

    This question will need to be examined by the specific course director.
    Could you please email internationaloffice@saxion.nl with a brief explanation of your game, so they can forward it to the relevant person.

    Thanks!

  • What are the grade requirements for the course? and what are the classes I should take before this to maximize the chances of getting in?
    anoniem
    asked 8 months, 1 week ago
    Koen
    told 8 months, 1 week ago
  • How much did you know before you entered the course?like what coding languages or did you have any experience 3d modelling or animating before this?what sort of skills should you know
    anoniem
    asked 8 months, 1 week ago
    Gabriella
    told 8 months, 1 week ago

    Hi!
    I had some experience in web programming, but no experience at all in 3d modelling.

    It would be nice for you to get familiar with the basics of programming, the language doesn't matter THAT MUCH as the concepts. So you can pick up on Phyton or PHP or Javascript - you can find good basis courses online.
    The same goes for some adobe softwares. But you don't need to master anything specific before you start the programme - you'll learn at the programme the path for you, and from there specialise on the softwares / skills you'll use in your career.

  • Hello! How fast paced is this programme? Will I be able to keep up if I have minimal programming skills?How is the work load for the artist specialisation? Will I be constantly busy?
    Diana
    asked 8 months, 4 weeks ago
    Franz
    told 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    Minimal is programming skills is sufficient if you understood de difference between scripting and object oriented programming.

    As for artist specialisation workload is relatively high as you intent to find a job to earn money ad an artist.

    Give or take 1 ECTS equals 24 study hours. It varies depending on your skills wheter it is an individual or a group assignment and the teacher who is grading you.

  • Hello, Since I will be studying in CMGT I was wondering if i would need a laptop because I do have a PC capable of running all the required programs. Would that be a problem if I don't have a laptop. Can i just work at home and transfer. I assume there are computers and other equipment at the uni.
    Donislav Todorov
    asked 9 months, 3 weeks ago
    Annika
    told 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hello Donislav,
    I really recommend that you buy a laptop.
    During the classes you need to work on a laptop. There are some pc’s and mac’s at the uni. But these systems are a couple years old and not really convient to work on because they are really slow, also because you need to work on the server. All teachers also work on laptops.
    Your first week is an introduction to the course, ask teachers what they would recommend.

    Kind regards,
    Annika

  • Hello, I got accepted in the CMGT programme, but I dont see any recommendations for what kind of laptop I should buy, I'm interested in the minimum requirements for the processor,video card, RAM , capacity etc. Thank you.
    Rares
    asked 10 months, 3 weeks ago
    Koen
    told 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hi Rares,

    There was a similar query recently and the response below came from one of the course ambassadors.
    The minimal requirements for a windows laptop is:
    At least an i5 processor, at least 8 GB of RAM (16 GB Ram is recommended), an SSD harddrive with a storage of at least 256 GB (but buy an external HDD because you're going to need it) and a dedicated graphics card of minimal 2GB (more absolutely recommended).

    If you're Apple-minded, Apple notebooks are also possible. All new Apple MacBook Pros are okay, if they have at least 8 GB of RAM and an SSD harddrive of at least 256 GB. Also is recommended to buy an external harddrive for extra storage. If you're going to do some heavy graphics or 3D work, buy the Macbook Pro "15 with dedicated Graphics card.

    You can buy a laptop at Surfspot or at Mediamarkt if you are in Enschede.

    Hope this helps

    Luciano, Saxion IO Team

  • Hello! I want to buy a laptop to use during this programm, and I wonder is there any recommended characteristics for it? Thank you!
    Yevhenii
    asked 10 months, 3 weeks ago
    Annika
    told 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hello YevheniiI

    The minimal requirements for a windows laptop is:
    At least an i5 processor, at least 8 GB of RAM (16 GB Ram is recommended), a SSD Harddisk with a storage of at least 256 GB(but buy an external HDD because you're going to need it) and a dedicated graphics card of minimal 2GB(more absolutely recommended).

    If you're appleminded, Apple notebooks are also possible. All new Apple macbooks pro are okay, if they have at least 8 GB of RAM and an SSD harddrive of at least 256 GB. Also is recommended to buy an external harddrive for extra storage. If you're going to do some heavy graphics or 3D work, buy the Macbook Pro "15 with dedicated Graphics card.

    You can buy a laptop at Surfspot or at Mediamarkt if you are in Enschede.

  • Hello ! My name is Rares and I will be a Saxion student on CMGT from september and I have some questions. First of all, when I should arrive ? I heard something about 1 or 2 weeks before the starting day of courses to party and know each other with the members of the class. I'll come with more after
    Buluc
    asked 11 months ago
    Koen
    told 11 months ago

    Hi Rares,

    Great to here you will be starting your course this September, exciting times!
    The week commencing 26th August is the when you will have your course introduction with important information about the university to which presence is mandatory. The days following this introduction are then optional, if you choose to take part in the HOI week which is an opportunity to meet your peers and enjoy a good summer party!
    You will receive official information confirming these dates and times over the next few weeks.
    In the meanwhile I suggest you follow our social media for more updates on the HOI week!

    http://fb.com/saxionuniversity
    http://twitter.com/saxionuas
    http://instagr.am/saxionuas

    Have a great day!

    Luciano, Saxion IO Team

  • how much credits are required to pass first year of Bachelor of engineering in saxion university of applied sciences
    SHIVANSH DUBEY
    asked 11 months, 1 week ago
    Koen
    told 11 months, 1 week ago

    Hi Shivansh,

    You require to achieve at least 51 out of 60 credits in order to pass to the following year. If you achieve just below that, around 48 for example, then the study board will meet with you to assess if this is the right course for you. They may then either:
    - Allow you to continue through to the second year
    - Suggest that you change your programme to one more suited to you

    If you get fewer credits then that you will only be able to continue if you start a new programme, but if you achieve even fewer than 30 credits you will not be able to continue at Saxion at all. In that case, if you are from a non-EU country there's a high chance your visa would be terminated unfortunately.

    I can assure you though, as an engineering student myself, that as long as you dedicate yourself and take the course seriously you will not have problems in achieving potentially all 60 credits.

    Hope this answers your question

    Have a great day

    Luciano

  • What is the minimal required grades after finishing school?
    Shon
    asked 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    Davide
    told 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hi Shon,
    Thank you for your question!
    There is no minimum grade required to be admitted to Saxion, unless you want to apply for a scholarship. In this case a higher grade, will give you a higher position in the list. For more information, please check saxion.edu/scholarships
    Have a wonderful day,
    Davide

  • Hello everyone! I have a very straight forward question here: Can a CMGT student apply for a VFX-related career? (in Europe, US, or Canada?) I found through my intake interview that there are resemblances to using the same softwares and techniques so I'm wondering if it's possible.
    Gabriel
    asked 1 year ago
    Tamara
    told 1 year ago

    I am an alumna and one of my former classmates is currently working as a VFX artist in LA, so I suppose you could. However, I graduated in 2016 and I don't know how much has changed within the study programme since then. If you need more information, please feel free to ask more questions :)

  • Hey! Please can you give me some tips how to solve accommodation in Enchede during exchange studies for one term? (I m student from Slovakia) thanks for answer :)
    Tereza
    asked 1 year, 1 month ago
    Koen
    told 1 year, 1 month ago

    Hi Tereza,

    Apologies for the late reply! You can check https://www.saxion.edu/studying-in-the-netherlands/practical-matters/accommodation/housing-terms-and-conditions for more info. It is possible for Saxion to help you find an accommodation in Enschede.

    ^Koen

  • Would you say this programme is overwhelming(sleepless nights in order to complete an assignment).Is it hard to keep a p-t job while attending this programme?can saxion help me find a p-t job?Can i apply next year again(im afraid i don't have enough money) and have the same benefits as this year?
    Anca
    asked 1 year, 1 month ago
    Franz
    told 1 year, 1 month ago

    Hello Anca, it can be as overwhelming as you want it to be. If there are too many uncertainties...

    If then you are going to start a study you need to earn money to pay rent and the study financing and neccesary materials. There is a special institution for students to lend money but it's not enough to pay everything.

    It's good that you think about where you could find internship and fully qualified work and Saxion can support at least getting an intenship. However it is a competitive area for this market and you need to find your place. The better you know how to become who you are the easier you will have it.

    About possible benefits in 2020 I advice to call an employee of Saxion.

  • Hi. So i was wondering if i'm able to use some pre-made assets for the entry assignment? I'm thinking about focusing on level and gameplay design since art is not my strong suit.
    Joseph
    asked 1 year, 1 month ago
    Amanda
    told 1 year, 1 month ago

    Hi Joseph!

    I believe it is best if you send an email to the academy. I don't believe it would be a problem at all, but I would confirm with them.

    Best of luck!

  • Hi everyone!I want to ask you if there is, for example, a web or a facebook group where someone could help me find accommodation in Enschede?Thank you! :)
    Kristyna
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Amanda
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi Kristyna!
    These are the main groups I used for finding a house:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/SISE.INFO/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/utwentemarketplace/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/230961876919430/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1688307624743674/
    But just remember: NEVER transfer any big amount of money before seeing the room in person or having a contract signed!! This will keep you safe from possible scams.

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  • Most specifically I mean as in the campus tour and maybe guidances in setting up our own phone number, bank account, BSN, health and finance insurance.
    Juvia
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Willem
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Ah ok! Well there are open days coming up that might be useful to go to that will be explained on the day there and then. Might wanna target those! They then to answer all those questions!

    Hope that helps!

    Willem

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  • Hi my boyfriend and I were both accepted to saxion (im going for physiotherapy) but hes going for this creative media course and we want to know what the course is like and with VR facilities? What is the accommodation also like? Thanks.
    Samantha Muller
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Franz
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    There are all essential as wel as specific VR accomodations to support you in designing innovative prototypes but not so much in a medical sense at the creative media studies building.

    Physiotherapy depends much more on physical experience our bodies directly and less on visualizing it by means of computers however a combination of both is what is said could be interesting in the future.

    Enschede is a good place to discuss this not only at school. For example could you meet people afterschool at events like the following:

    https://www.facebook.com/events/393855354741258/?ti=as

    Hope that is a suffucient answer for you. If not do not hesitate to correct or clarify it.

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  • Can I learn something about the CMGT programme during the Open Day in Apeldoorn this Saturday, the 30th of March?
    Katharina
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Gabriella
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi Katharina!
    As CMGT is hosted in Enschede, I think it's a better idea that you contact the International Office and ask for a visit another day.
    Here's the link with information: https://www.saxion.edu/about-saxion/meet-saxion/visit-the-university

  • What do you like most about this program? I would love to hear everyone's response to this whether you juniors, sophomores, freshmen, or graduate. Thank you and I'll be looking forward to your replies. :)
    Vincent Bordeaux
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Gabriella
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hey Vincent!

    What I liked the most is the versatility of the programme. You are in the perfect place to explore different areas, different subjects and you have the best guidance while doing so.

    I followed another bachelor before in my home country, and the experience at Saxion was completely different. During my first bachelor it was like I had to finish a defined curriculum, while at CMGT I was 'in charge' of my future.

    As I graduated a few years ago and have some experience in the digital media industry now, I can also tell that exploring correlated areas brings you a competitive advantage in the workplace.

    As a CMGT student/graduate you'll be really pushing the boundaries of technology and creativity, while being aware of the 'limitations' of technology. You'll be able not only to come up with creative solutions to different issues, but also to implement those solutions.

  • Is it possible to achieve all 60 first year points in your studies? I assume the points mean ECT credits that you have to reach on a certain level each semester. Also, is it available to do extra credits?
    Maxwell
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Willem
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    It is! The minimum you need is 48 and infact many students do achieve 60 points. Extra credit not so much unless you get special permission to do Second year curriculum.

  • Hello everyone! Could you give me specific examples of what kind of internships do you apply through, how long is it, and where is it based? (E.g., mainly Amsterdam?) Also, in your experience, how was getting a job with CMGT degree like? Is it hard finding one? If found, how is it like?
    Gabriel
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Willem
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hey,

    So there is no easy answer for this but in short CMGT sets up in either an artistic path or a programming oriented path (around game software especially). So internships around Environmental Art, Junior Engineer or Concept Art is the likeliest you will want to aim for.

    Internships can be anywhere but do keep in mind that you should go for the best internship that sets you up for the future. That means a lot of hard work but it will set you up in the right path.

    I currently am a Level Designer back in my home country in the US at a AAA studio and I very much enjoyed it.

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  • When are the beginning and the ending dates for the Christmas break and Summer holiday? Also, has there ever been students who studied CMGT but switched over to other universities to pursue a different field? For example, is it possible for a CMGT student to transfer to Twente University?
    Alexandro Edinburgh
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Gabriella
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi!

    You can check the holidays in the official website: https://www.saxion.edu/about-saxion/holidays

    As for transfers, you're always able to transfer courses when you go to another university when there's a match. It's actually this 'match' that allows you to follow a "short-degree" at Saxion. For example, I've studies Information Systems before, then after 2 years in Saxion I got my diploma.

    But you shouldn't have this in mind when you choose for a study programme though. Whatever programme you choose, and wherever you choose to follow it, do it with all your heart, and immerse yourself fully in it.

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  • I have a friend who lives near Enschede (German side) who's going to give me a tour and I'll be staying at her place few weeks, but I'm wondering if I'm able to get a tour and help from the Saxion ambassador? Since I'll be using Saxion accommodation and I rather have a pro tour and guidance :)
    Juvia
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Willem
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hello,

    What do you mean by tour per say? Of our campus or something entirely else?

    Willem

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  • Are there any programming languages that was or going to be used? If so, what was it? Are there any specific mathematics involved? If yes, could you give some examples?
    Gabriel
    asked 1 year, 2 months ago
    Rania
    told 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi Gabriel! The programming languages that I have used in the past two years are the following:
    C#, Processing, Scratch, PHP, SQL, JavaScript, jQuery. Also, not exactly a programming language, but HTML and CSS.

    As far as mathematics are concerned, we don't do any maths.

    If you have any other questions just let me know :)

  • I have huge passion for Gaming,and i have Java experience. But in terms of drawing, i really don't have clue about this,will it become an barrier?
    ruikang
    asked 1 year, 5 months ago
    Gabriella
    told 1 year, 5 months ago

    Not at all!
    You'll have drawing classes, but you're not expected to become a professional in this: I graduated and I still can't draw ūüėĚ
    What is more important is learning concepts such as shadow/lights, etc...
    If you're already have experience in programming and likes games, this is the study programme for you!

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  • did you find it hard to get accepted into this program? what sort of skills do you think are important to learn before i apply?
    Irina
    asked 1 year, 7 months ago
    Annika
    told 1 year, 7 months ago

    Hello Irina,

    I thought it wasn't that hard to get accepted into the program. The most important part of getting accepted is showing them that you are creative/are able to think creatively. They are also going to check if you have a knack for technical things like programming/software.
    I think it's good if you have a basic understanding of the Adobe programs because you are going to use them a lot. It's also great if you know a little HTML programming to start with (the more the better though) because in this course you're going to learn programming languages and if you have a basic understanding you will learn them faster :)

    Don't fret if you don't have the software or programming knowledge though!
    In the first year, they are going to start with the basics, in a high pace, I must admit.

    If you have any other questions, don't be afraid to ask! :D

    Kind regards,
    Annika

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  • Hello. I have been accepted at Saxion University of Applied Sciences and have enrolled for CMGT. My biggest concern is the programming- is it recommended I have previous knowledge/experience with it and if so to what extent?
    Radina
    asked 2 years ago
    Sanne
    told 1 year, 11 months ago

    Hey Radina,

    If you learn the basics of HTML, css and Java you will be fine! They start every class from square one, but if you want to prepare yourself I can recommend those.

    Love Sanne

  • What basic knowledge for this subject should I already have to ease my studies at the beginning.
    Drilon
    asked 1 year, 11 months ago
    Willem
    told 1 year, 11 months ago

    Hi!

    Not much! However I would say it depends on what you wanna go into. So look at Art, Building Levels for other games, modding, scriptimg etc.

    This along with enthusiasm for making games will illustrate and guide your skills at the uni!

    If you have more, feel free to ask!

    Best wishes,

    Willem

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  • What kind of knowledge do you need to have when starting the first year so that you will not feel lost about everything and have an easy start in the beginning and be prepared of what you should expect for the oncoming stuff during studies?
    Drilon Bajrami
    asked 1 year, 11 months ago
    Amanda
    told 1 year, 11 months ago

    Hi!
    The modules itself are made for student with no previous knowledge on that area. You don’t have to know most of the content in advance, but it does give you an advantage.
    As an example, if you already know some about photoshop, illustrator and other Adobe Creative Cloud programs, it will certainly help during the modules.
    It really depends on your skills. I personally am not a technical person, so before I started the course I took an online course about php programming. The modules do not work with php but other programming languages, but with the basic knowledge I had about programming was an advantage for me and I learned it more easily.
    I would suggest you to think about what is easier and harder for you and depending on your weaknesses work on them a bit so you won‚Äôt have such a hard time with similar modules during the course. ūüôā

  • Is it easy for people who do not speak dutch to get along outside of the university? (i am German)How did you feel when starting to live there?Can you start this programm without having a lot of knowledge about computers and programming?
    Filippo
    asked 2 years, 4 months ago
    Willem
    told 2 years, 4 months ago

    Hey!

    If you mean by getting along with people outside of University then yes of course! I lived across the world and I found the first two years quite enjoyable but slightly predictable. I think it's an easy well spoken country with good morals.

    And yes! One of my best friends didn't even know a line of code and is now one of the best developers in our course!

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  • Thank you for the answer! This was very helpful. I have another question if you don't mind: What should my portfolio look like?
    Benjamin
    asked 2 years, 8 months ago
    Willem
    told 2 years, 4 months ago

    To get into the university?

  • What can I learn here? How to use a game engine (like Unity, Unreal) or how to develop my own game engine (using DirectX, Open GL)?
    Stefan
    asked 2 years, 6 months ago
    Rodrigo Alejandro
    told 2 years, 6 months ago

    Both, you learn how to make 2d games in c# in a custom engine made by the teachers, they will teach you the physics for 2d games which then you will need to use to expand the engine and add the 2d physics, besides that you will also learn how to use external programs to prototype levels and then modify the engine to read those files and recreate automatically the levels in there (level editors), then you will also have other classes like audio where you see the technical part of audio and you'll build a program to add audio effects or create your own effects which later othen you can implement in the 2d engine.
    Besides that in first year you also learn GameAI, how to make games online, how to procedurally generate pictures or 3d assets, how to use Unity and the architecture of game engines.
    In second year you'll learn c++ and the math that's used in game engines (matrices and so), how to use opengl and c++ to make your own 3d game engine, how to add lua in the engine so non technical people can use lua to create events or tasks in the game and your engine can process them and finally you learn some engine algorithms like quad/octrees to process all the objects in the game in the best possible way.
    Between every block there's always a project which will test your knowledge of the previous block and you will use everything you learn so far in there, so you'll end up with multiple games of different focus like, 2d games focus on physics, unity games, procedurally design games, arcade games, 3d game in your own build engine and so.
    That's for the first 2 years, later on you can specialise in your minor into something else you like, follow an internship and make 2 other specializations besides the minor just before the thesis semester.
    At the end you will have plenty of knowledge of how to use game engines like unity or unreal while at the same time you'll feel confident about making your own since you'll have all the necessary skills to build it

  • I like Art and Graphic Design so I'm thinking about goinf to this major.But this major also includes programming and maybe some technical subjects, they could be a big problem for me.What does it takes to study this major? Do i also need to be good of programming and technology on the IT side?
    Alex
    asked 2 years, 7 months ago
    Gabriella
    told 2 years, 7 months ago

    Hi Alex!
    You'll have some programming lessons, but nothing 'hardcore'.

    I've been delivering web-based projects for 7 years now and I can assure you it's a huge plus for a (web) designer to understand at least the basics of programming. This will allow you to come up with creative solutions that can be implemented 'in real' life. I've worked with talented designers that cannot understand the specifics of web (content) and the mix of subjects in Art&Technology will prepare you for that.

    Moreover you have the flexibility to choose your study route and specialisation.
    There are some subjects that include programming but again, from someone coming from an IT background: It's simple programming, unless you're specialising in that field.

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  • I like Art and Graphic Design so I'm thinking about goinf to this major.But this major also includes programming and maybe some technical subjects, they could be a big problem for me.What does it takes to study this major? Do i also need to be good of programming and technology on the IT side?
    Alex
    asked 2 years, 7 months ago
    Anneke
    told 2 years, 7 months ago

    Hey Alex,
    We indeed have programming and other technical subjects, and you don't need to be really good at it, the basics will just be fine.
    On the other hand, I had classmates that were really into graphic design, and they were really disappointed when they came at Art and Technology (some of them quieted after the first year).
    So I really want to warn you, we do have art classes, but the study itself focuses more on the technical application of art.
    The art part is more about concept design and stuff like that.
    So if you are really into art and graphic design, I'm not sure if this study is for you because of the technical focus.
    Yours sincerely,
    Anneke

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  • HI! :) I have 179 points in CAE. So I take CFE (I need 1 point to take CAE). Is it necessary to retake it?
    Elitsa
    asked 2 years, 7 months ago
    Amanda
    told 2 years, 7 months ago

    Hi Elitsa!
    If your questions are about the general entry requirements (English language tests etc.) I would suggest to contact the International Office directly: internationaloffice@saxion.nl.
    They can give you a more concrete answer regarding the minimum requirements.
    Good luck and have a nice day! :)

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  • What do you like most about the programme?
    Elitsa
    asked 2 years, 7 months ago
    Sanne
    told 2 years, 7 months ago

    The diversity in the given subjects. You really get to know a lot and you can diver want you do and do not like.

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  • How many things the portfolio should consist?
    Elitsa
    asked 2 years, 7 months ago
    Sanne
    told 2 years, 7 months ago

    In my opinion they take a look at your portfolio to get an overview of your capacities, just include and present the portfolio as something that fits your style. It doesn't really matter the size. I didn't submit a portfolio.

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  • Hi, guys! I'd like to know a little bit more about the Short Degree Program - Art and Technology. I know that we need to choose one profile (among seven), but what about the classes?Are classes practical or are they more theoretical?
    Denise
    asked 2 years, 7 months ago
    Gabriella
    told 2 years, 7 months ago

    Hi Denise!
    I did the short-degree as well.
    Most of the classes are practical - I'd say maybe a mix of 30% theory / 70% practice.
    You'll choose your study route once you're at Saxion, I believe. Some classes are common to all profiles, since many areas overlap. But in the end of your studies, you'll be a 'specialist' in the field you've chosen. For example:

    I graduated in 2014, so things might have changed a little bit. But I followed the 'web route', with focus in social media analytics.

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  • Hey, I am interested in studying Game Design at Saxion but I have a question about the application.I am a really creative guy and I love to think about game ideas, concepts, mechanics and so on but my drawing skills aren't the best. Should I try to applicate for Game Design and Production anyway?
    Benjamin
    asked 2 years, 8 months ago
    Willem
    told 2 years, 8 months ago

    Hi Ben! Thanks for reaching out to us and sorry that it has taken me a while to reply back!

    Let me just say this that whilst understanding basic drawing/art skills is important this course is NOT for artists per say. Game Design and Production focuses on creating video games where students learn all areas of the creative side of game development (such as drawing, 3D Modeling, Level Design, Game Economy and much more).

    As the teachers will vouch, the first two quarters helps you improve your art skills (or if you don't know how to draw you will be taught it!) but will soon open up to other areas of game development. I can tell you this first hand as I am a decent artist but not good enough to work at Blizzard nor was it my primary interest after a while. In the final semester other courses open up and since then I have yet to go back on it!

    I hope this answers your question!

  • Is showing your Abitur report card enough to prove that you soeak english very well or is a language test mandatory? English was one of my advanced classes (Leisungskurse) and i speak it every day, i just wanted to make sure what kind of documents i have to provide :3
    Lisa
    asked 2 years, 10 months ago
    Dorian
    told 2 years, 10 months ago

    Hallo Lisa, leider kann ich dir keine allgemein g√ľltige Aussage zu deiner Frage liefern. Streng genommen ist der Sprachnachweis in Form eines Sprachtestes (z. B. TOEFL) vorzuweisen, meistens gen√ľgt der Nachweis auf dem Abitur allerdings. Ich rate dir, einfach der Anmeldeprozedur via studielink zu folgen und abzuwarten, ob ein weiterer Sprachnachweis verlangt wird. Bei mir war es nicht der Fall :)

  • HeyCan i find a place where students their work? Like an portofolio, do teachers have work posted online?Thanks
    Andrei
    asked 2 years, 10 months ago
    Willem
    told 2 years, 10 months ago

    Hi Andrei,

    I am not sure what you exactly mean by that but I suspect you want to know a place where students show their work as well as teachers. The bad news is that there aren't that many places to check this out except on Facebook @SaxionGaming.

    As for student work, they tend to have portfolios posted online. I have one which you can see to give you an idea of what to expect https://willemkranendonk.carbonmade.com.

    As for others, probably you will need to ask Students. There is a Facebook group buts it is only for upcoming Students and actually students (past and present).

  • Hey guys, This September I'll be a first year arts and technology student in Saxion. The thing is that I can nowhere find any laptop recommendations and I have no idea on what to get, so I was wondering if you could suggest me someting or at least point me in some direction.Thank You : )
    Vasil
    asked 2 years, 10 months ago
    Annika
    told 2 years, 10 months ago

    Hey Vasil,
    The minimal requirements for a windows laptop is at least an i5 processor, at least 8 GB of RAM, a SSD Harddisk with a storage of at least 256 GB and a dedicated graphics card of minimal 2GB. Apple notebooks are more common. All new Apple macbooks are okay, if they have at least 8 GB of RAM and an SSD harddrive of at least 256 GB. Also is recommended to buy an external harddrive for extra storage.
    You can buy a laptop at surfspot or at mediamarkt if you are in Enschede.

  • Thanks again, and sorry if was an inappropriate question! :D
    Andrei
    asked 3 years ago
    Willem
    told 3 years ago

    No problem! And it wasn't inappropriate! You asked a fair question!

  • HiI came back with another question. Did the teachers work in the game production industry? Or if they still do.
    Andrei
    asked 3 years ago
    Willem
    told 3 years ago

    Hi Andrei,

    No worries, happy you asked more questions! For sure there are! Some have worked on big Triple A titled games, others have worked on Indie Projects and some in totally different fields!

    Hope this answers your question!

  • Roughly how much do you spend on food every month, and are the canteens on campus affordable?
    Patrick
    asked 3 years ago
    Gabriella
    told 3 years ago

    Hi Patrick! When I was a student I used to spend around 100 - 120 euros a month on shopping (stuff for kitchen like washing powder, toilet paper, etc included). The canteens are ok but most Dutch people bring their own sandwiches - and you will save a lot if you do. You can get all you need in the market once a week for your lunch, and the supermarkets have good deals as well. I used to get soup from the canteen, it costs from 0.55 to 0.95 euros a cup (Ps: The mostard soup is my favourite one ‚̧ԳŹ)

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  • Hi, my name is Max. I am having problems decided what I should do. I have a really big interest in games, Ive been playing all my life but with no real IT experience. Is it doable for a 24 year old to begin from scratch in this program and manage to find work here in the Netherlands? Thank you!
    Max
    asked 3 years, 1 month ago
    Willem
    told 3 years, 1 month ago

    Hi Max!

    Great question! Age is not important in this case! I know plenty of people your age that have started and gone on to work at studios across the globe and in The Netherlands! One of my best friends (who is a student at Saxion) had no programming experience (literally none). Now he is one of the best programmers in the course and along with me had created a game that was nominated for a Dutch Student Game of The Year Award!

    As for finding work, it really depends. The Netherlands has a very small and not very large influence in the game industry but there are a tonne of good studios in the Netherlands! If you are a programmer you can get a job easily in VR, Software Engineering, Serious Games and of course games in general! For a programmer it's very straightforward I'm short.

    If you are become a concept artist on the other hand it's very tough. Hell even if you are in America it's tough to be one but if you are a 3D artist or Game Designer (like me) your chances are solid!

    If you want to ask me more questions PLEASE send me a message here or on Twitter @willem567!

    Also attend an open day and speak to Taco Van Loon or Eelco Jannik who can also help you out!

  • Thank you for the answer.
    Andrei
    asked 3 years, 1 month ago
    Willem
    told 3 years, 1 month ago

    No worries! Happy to help!

  • HiI'm 11 grade in Romania, and hope i will join this game programme ,after highschool. How it feels to study here? I watched the classes that i will make and i'm exited. XD
    Andrei
    asked 3 years, 1 month ago
    Willem
    told 3 years, 1 month ago

    Salut Andrei!

    First good luck at School! It's great that you are planning your ambitions ahead particularly in programming!

    Studying in Saxion is very flexible. The programming department is ambitious, fun and extremely paternal amongst your teachers. One of my favorite teachers (who I consider a friend) is from the programming side and he is always ready to meet up with me, spend some time to get coffee and discuss my concerns and a whole lot more!

    The best part about Saxion is the fact that by the time you need to search for internships, you will have a large roster of games under your belt that can set you up for some really sick internships wherever you want to go in the world!

    Another great thing about Saxion is that the majority of students are international. As you can see from my intro towards you, some of my best friends come from Romania and Bulgaria!

    Enschede is also cool. It's an easy place to live, very affordable and it's close to Germany too.

    If you wanna learn more you are always welcome to come to our Open days BUT should you have a reason not to come, please feel free to contact me via Twitter @willem567 or via here at IntoSaxion.

    Meantime enjoy school!

  • Hello! So I have been accepted in the GE program but I am not sure if ill be able to pass it. I really like video games I like programing but there is this feeling inside of me that makes me question my ability.If someone could tell me how are the first two years in terms of studies and hardness.
    Martin
    asked 3 years, 1 month ago
    Rodrigo Alejandro
    told 3 years, 1 month ago

    Hello Martin!
    In my opinion the program difficulty is just right, neither easy or too hard, normally they would ask a 5.5 as grade to pass the class and if you work on it since the beggining you will make it, if you want the maximum grade then you really need to put a huge amount of effort, is not impossible but is way harder than just passing a class.
    Each class give you x amount of credits and ask you to work at home y amount of hours and they are not joking, that¬īs the time that will probably take you to finish the assigments, so don¬īt underestimate them.
    In my experience this is a really satisfying program where you can see after a couple of months how much you have improved, you will learn a lot so they expect you to work a lot, just don¬īt postpone the assignments, go to the lectures and labs and you will be fine.
    By the way, most of the assigments are interesting and fun, if you like programming and/or games I¬īm sure you will enjoy them ;)

  • Hello Rodrigo,Thanks for answering :)I have another question:Is there any Italian student that I can contact to ask a few questions?
    Filippo
    asked 3 years, 2 months ago
    Rodrigo Alejandro
    told 3 years, 2 months ago

    I¬īm sorry I don¬īt know someone from Italy in GE but I could ask someone from Game Design & Production that used to live in Italy. I would suggest to contact the International office, they may be able to put you in contact with an Italian student, their email is internationaloffice@saxion.nl
    Please let me know if you have any other question.

  • Hello Rodrigo,how many people are studing Game Engineering in Saxion this year?
    Filippo
    asked 3 years, 2 months ago
    Rodrigo Alejandro
    told 3 years, 2 months ago

    Hello Filippo, currently in first year of GE there are about 55 students and in second year we are around 70.
    Please let me know if you have any other question.

  • hi guys! I¬īm applying to study a short degree programme at Saxion - Enschede. I¬īm from Bolivia and the application process being non EUA is a bit different, so in my search for help I¬īve found an agency for hispanic students called Estudiar en Holanda.com. Does anyone know about this agency?
    BELEN
    asked 3 years, 5 months ago
    Gabriella
    told 3 years, 5 months ago

    Hi there, Belen ūüôÉ
    I don't know this agency but I suggest you getting in touch with Nuffic Neso Latin America (https://www.nesolatinoamerica.org/). In case you don't know, Nuffic is an organisation from the Dutch government that supports Dutch universities abroad.
    The application process is quite simple (I am from Brazil and I did it all by myself). If you have questions you can always reach Saxion at fb.com/saxionuniversity

    Good luck and hope to meet you in Holland soon ūüĆ∑

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