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Hi everyone, in 1 year, i'm going to finish my undergraduate Music Technology program in Turkey. So after that, i want to go to school about sound design -especially on video game- for master's degree. Also, i haven't chosen which country and school would i go for this. Because i want to live in there after the master's degree, rest of my life. So what're the ideal schools in video game sound design with good curriculum, equipments and staff?
By the way, I've heard good things about VFS (Vancouver Film School) So what're your thoughts about there?
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NFTS just outside London is regarded as one of the best. Being one of the best you cannot just get in straight after University though.
You will be required to show you have worked a bit in your field, be it directing, sound or DOP and create a suitable portfolio.
It's extremely hard to get into but definitely worth trying. I've considered it myself, it's just very expensive.
The MSc at the University of Edinburgh is really good. Great facilities and the director Martin Parker really cares about the craft and his pupils. (pretty sure Andrew Spitz was a couple years ahead of me there too :-)