Informatics and Digital Contents (Undergraduate)



The aim of the programme is to prepare qualified specialists in the field of informatics who would be able to adapt their knowledge in games, digital animation and audiovisual effect industries as well as comprehensively understand and apply knowledge related to digital content production by fostering entrepreneurship and self-employment in this field. Main study subjects covers Introduction to Digital Contents, Computer Graphic, Fundamentals of Programming, Game Design, Basic Sculpturing, Artificial Intelligence in Games, Matte Painting, Cinematography and Editing, 3D Modeling, 3D Maya, 3Ds Max, Character Design, Digital Actor Animation, Game Modeling and Texturing, 2D and 3D Game Programming, Digital Lighting and Texturing, Mobile Game Programming, Digital Modeling and Sculpting, Game Network Programming, Game Project Design and Implementation, Digital Composition, Visual Effects, Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment, Gamification Methods and Technologies.

Distinctiveness of the programme is that it has obligatory mobility during study period and joint degree - diplomas of MRU and DSU.

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The international mobility is required: 3rd and 4th year (5th, 6th, 7th, 8th semesters) of studies in South Korea, Busan, Dongseo University (DSU).

Life in Busan: Accommodation fee at Dongseo University – 350,-USD per semester. More information about life in DSU Campus.

The graduates of Informatics and Digital Contents study programme will be able to work in various digital contents production companies – international computer game studios, design agencies, movie studios, and all business organizations which are orientated towards the creation of digital production by using ICT. The knowledge gained in the Informatics and Digital Contents also may be used in television companies, which are related with digital broadcasting. Programme graduates will also be able to create workplaces for themselves as freelance employees or promoters of their own companies.

Secondary education (grade in mathematics).

English language proficiency - the level not lower than B1, following the Common Framework of Reference for Language approved by level test is organized for those, who do not possess IELTS or TOEFL certificates.


Programme type
Bachelor's studies (University)
Field of studyInformatics
Study area Computing
Degree awarded Bachelor in Computing
Duration4 years
AccreditationCentre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education
Course languageEnglish
Starting dateSeptember 1st
Tuition fee EU students2160 EUR/per year
Tuition fee Non-EU students2460 EUR/per year
Tuition fee at Dongseo University (South Korea)5600 USD/per year


Assoc. prof. dr. Tadas Limba, programme director:

This programme disclose the possibility for the graduates to gain not only the exclusive competences in the fields of games, digital animation and audiovisual effects with the best and worldwide recognized professionals of South Korea who worked in famous "Transformers" team, but gives the possibility to acknowledge the differences of European and Korean cultures and industries. Dream, Create & Play! 

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Kęstutis Kaminskas, 1st year student:
I was always fascinated about game-design elements and game principles in nongame contexts. For some people would be hard to believe, but we're moving towards where video games will offer tremendous potential to impact teaching and learning in the future. AI developer in educational systems, that's my future goal.Studying at MRU is absolutely amazing! The people there are super nice and all the faculty are willing to help you when you need. Has a great atmosphere and is a great to learn and meet new people.
Deimantė Gruzdytė, 3rd year student, currently studies at DSU:
On my way to South Korea I was vague about my prospects but the reality gave a pleasant surprise. First, I instantly charmed by the well kept campus, university library, a chapel, other structures and the Plaza, that often turns into the central space for the whole campus events. There are many shops, cafes to chill out after the classes, the Plaza roof holds a football field for occasional matches or other events.
The campus, of course, is not the only thing to be happy about. Teachers, curators and the whole community of the university are very friendly and helpful with whatever issues you may have. Teachers are delivering fascinating lectures (in my case, they are very practical), they ask about our progress, check that we can access all we need. Faculty leadership is planning different trips to let us see at least a fraction of Korean culture, we are invited to regular meetings just to check out if the students can cope with challenges. Even office cleaners give us smiles and try to say something to let us mumble a couple of Korean sentences.
And now the study field. It is difficult to describe the area since every student has an individual understanding of his/her situation. But I can guarantee a hundred percent that every teacher is a pro in their subject, therefore, you are very welcome with all your inquiries. We work on many projects, practical tasks so our theory classes can and must be taken to a practical level immediately. For these reasons I feel having learned a lot and I am very satisfied with my studies. Dongseo University, in other words, lives up to my boldest expectations.