ThinkSpace Education

Degree level: Postgraduate
Awarded by: University of Chichester

MA Composing for Video Games (Taught)

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Course summary

Game music is one of the fastest expanding areas of media music with employment growing at 10% a year. Composing for Video Games is an online master’s degree that will prepare you to enter the industry as a video games composer. The course will give you all the skills you need to compose and implement fully interactive music using industry standard middleware like FMOD. You will be given the space and support to develop as a composer, finding your voice and raising your production and composition to the next level.

Course details


Game Audio Technology, Foundations of Game Music and Audio, Research Skills and Critical Reflection, Sound, Music and the Moving Image, Adaptive Music 1, Adaptive Music 2, Advanced Music, Elective, Final Major Project.

Assessment method

All assessments will be practical coursework.

Entry requirements

Applicants are required to have successfully completed an undergraduate degree in any subject. A limited number of places are available for non-degree holders (See website for more details).

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £9750 Whole course
Northern Ireland £9750 Whole course
Scotland £9750 Whole course
Wales £9750 Whole course
EU €11600 Whole course
International £9749 Whole course

Additional fee information

PLEASE NOTE: As UCAS to not currently allow the displaying of $USD prices, the international fee is a placeholder. The full course fee for international students is $12,950
MA Composing for Video Games at ThinkSpace Education - UCAS