Where Art and Technology Compile
We invite you to join the Game School. Located in the city of Hamar, a city that has positioned itself as Norway’s gaming capital. The Game School prepares students for careers such as graphic artists, animators, modelers, riggers, and programmers. Our former students work on computer game development, software development, training, animation, graphic design in both the public and private sectors. We have local, national and international partners, who contribute to a practice based and relevant education.
What we offer
Application deadlines 2022
Applicants from Norway, EU/EEA and Switzerland:
The application and documentation deadline for applicants with citizenship and education from EU/EEA, is 20 April 2022. If you graduate during the first semester in 2021 the documentation deadline for diplomas is 1 July.
Applicants outside EU/EEA (including UK):
The application and documentation deadline for applicants with citizenship or education from outside EU/EEA, is 1 February 2022. Applicants must be qualified according to all the admission requirements, including the English language requirement, prior to 1 February 2022.
Would you like to be an exchange student at INN University?
INN University has exchange agreements with more than 200 institutions of higher education around the world.
If you are a student from one of our partner institutions, you may have the possibility to study at INN University for one or two semesters as an exchange student. Inn University annualy accepts approximately 250 exchange students from a varity of countries.
Why study at INN Game School
The Game School brings together a large interdisciplinary academic community within the fields of game technology, simulation, virtual reality, augmented reality, animation and digital art, and is part of the Faculty of Audiovisual Media and Creative Technologies.
Hamar is considered the game capital of Norway, hosting many companies specializing in game development. Hamar is the proud host for the yearly VR/AR/XR conference, The Nordic VR Forum, and for the largest annual computer gathering in Norway, The Gathering.
What brought me to the Inland University and what positive experiences have I created here: What brought me here was my passion for art and design — particularly my interest in concept art. Over time, I have grown to respect, learn and love other aspects of the audiovisual arts and technologies as well.
For the future I hope to get a job in a company focusing on digital entertainment for Kids such as Ravn Studio, Qvisten Animation, or something similar as I’d love to make something that kids will love and remember fondly as they grow up, just like I still love Kaptein Sabeltann and Josefine, which to me are childhood icons.