Develop core competencies in game and IT development by learning from industry professionals and teachers from leading companies in the industry.
Get access to our creative environment including computers with relevant software where you grow and build your skills together with talented classmates and senior game developers at Boden Business Park.
You will actively participate in intensive game projects together with coursemates from our other programs that runs concurrently, such as: Indie Game Developer, Game Designer, Game Artist, and Game Programmers, where you will be simulating professional projects to reflect the reality of working in the gaming industry, and prepare for a progressive career in creativity.
We want to forge pragmatic individuals with balanced and broad-perspective mindset, strong ability to work together, leadership skills, and proactive attitude.
The QA / Game Tester quality assures digital productions through systematic tests where the process is planned, implemented, and documented. You will learn to understand underlying factors to errors and report deviations with relevant information that makes it easier to re-create and resolve problems.
We have close working relationships within the industry up in the north of Sweden, also known as Norrbotten. For this educational program, over 50 companies (game and IT companies in Norr- and Västerbotten in the North of Sweden) have attested that the industry needs of more quality assurance and game testers.
Boden Game Camp is an eco-system for every individual and company to learn, grow, and thrive in Boden. They will be the start or the accelator for your career in the game industry. Read more about how Boden Game Camp can support your journey here.
Most terms have different lengths and it is important that you report the right time period and the right amount of HVE-credits (Yh-points) to CSN. Each study week corresponds to five (5) HVE-credits, ie one (1) HVE-credit per day. This is provided that you continuously pass your courses with approved results.
Open for late applications until August 31
To apply as an international student, please proceed to our international student page to read through the application process.
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To be considered a Nordic student who qualifies for a free YH education, you MUST hold a personal identity number AND fulfil at least one of the following criteria:
1) Be a citizen of Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Finland or any of the related territories.
2) Have permanent right of residence in one of the countries mentioned above.
3) Have temporary right of residence in Sweden for the full duration of the program. You may be asked to upload proof of your right of residence.
Your right of residency must not be dependent on your studies at Futuregames. Please note that Futuregames is unable to provide immigration support of any kind to Nordic students.
Swedish students may qualify for financial support (from CSN) while studying. Please check here or contact CSN directly. For those applying from Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland and the Faroe Islands, you should contact your local education support provider.
To apply as an international student, please proceed to our International Students page to read through the application process. There you will find information pertainining to the program such as tuition fees, merit scholarships, visas & permits, and accommodation on our International Student page.
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For Swedish nationals: This course is eligible for CSN. Please apply on their website at www.csn.se.
As soon as you have received your offer letter from Futuregames, you can apply for CSN. If you need extra documentation from the school, please contact your course manager.
The school reports to CSN regularly to verify that students are continuing their studies, as part of the agreement between CSN and each student.
Careers & employability
Each educational program has a Board of Education that ensures the quality of the education, and that makes decisions about admission and examination. The board meets twice per semester. One or more students from the class are also selected to be part of the board as representatives for the class.
The board can consist of representatives from the industry, the business community, the school management, the public school system, universities / colleges, industry organizations and students. One of the board’s main tasks is to ensure that the educational program meet the labour market’s needs for qualified workforce.
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