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M.Sc. in Interactive Entertainment Technology

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Welcome to the website for the MSc in Computer Science (Interactive Entertainment Technology) (MSc IET), a course offered by the School of Computer Science & Statistics in Trinity College Dublin. The course is technically focused and fosters skills for the interactive entertainment industry including computer and video games as well as the animation, visual effects and digital media industries. This is where you'll find all the information you should need relating to the course, the syllabus, the facilities, the staff and information regarding how to apply for a position on the course.

The MSc IET was listed as one of the top courses for video game studies at graduate level according to American publication, The Princeton Review, which selects the schools based on a survey it conducted in 2013-14 of institutions offering video game design coursework and degrees. The MSc IET was featured in a recent Get Into Games article of Edge Magazine Online in November 2012. The article is available HERE (Also, see a previous feature on IET in 2011).

To learn more, please see relevant pages below OR look at this summarised presentation [PDF (1.6Mb)]:
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New Program

Please note that we are no longer accepting applications for this program but we encourage you to look at the Graphics and Vision Technologies strand of our New M.Sc. in Computer Science programme, which deals with technologies relevant to the games, virtual reality, animation and visual effects industries. Please see the following link for details: