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I would eventually like to enter the video game industry (probably as a programmer or game designer) but my parents recommend that I don't take any game related majors like Game Design, game development, etc. saying it's risky and I won't get a job anywhere else. Is there a less risky major (preferably with some Math and/or Physics in it) that I could take which would help me to eventually enter the video game industry but wouldn't limit my options? If so, what university should I try to get into to take it? Credentials: SAT 1: 650- Critical Reading 680- Writing 790- Math SAT 2: 760- Math Level I 800- Math Level 2 200- Math Level 3 IELTS: 8 8 A's in Edexcel O Level 3.5 (dropped economics in Grade 12 but got an A in grade 11) A's in A Level
To go to college or university in the USA, all you have to do is apply as an international student. You be accepted you must meet the same academic standards as an American applicant and to have the means to pay for it. You have to pass the SAT (GRE for grad school) and if your native language is not English, the TOEFL exam. Most schools in other countries can arrange for you to take the SAT. As for getting your student visa, the school’s international student office takes care of most of the paperwork. And they will guide you through your part if you have been accepted for admission to that school. Because Universities in Europe and other countries have heavy government subsidies, for a European student to consider a US school, they are in for what we call “sticker shock” The cost of attending a US University for an International student in the US is between US$35,000 to US$65,000 per year. As well, you have to prove you have this sort of funding available to you from family, a sponsor or student loans that you got from your home country. You cannot make enough money working in the US while at school there to pay your way either. Your student visa limits you to 20 hours a week of work (40 in the summer). This work must be either an on campus job or an outside job that the school approves as being relevant experience for your degree. For finance, private US schools may give you a partial scholarship but public schools will give you no aid. My Canadian daughter got $9500 a year from her undergrad school towards the $33,000 a year cost. However, in some cases, like for Canadians going to a US school, you may be able to get aid from your native country. In my daughter’s case, the BC and Canadian governments loaned her a total of $10,000 per year. Beyond the scholarship and loans, her grandmother contributed $4800 Canadian a year and I paid the rest, about US$12,000 a year. Graduate students can get a Luverne after their first semester which will pay their tuition and give them a small living allowance if they have an exceptionally good GPA. My Canadian daughter earned one with her 4.0 GPA and because a US government research institute felt her research is important to the USA. Doctoral students, if they get a decent fellowship during grad school in the USA and if their research is considered important enough can get fully funded PhDs. As for a sports scholarship, you cannot merely be decent. You have to be championship level. One of the finest.
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Your parents are correct - video games are mainly developed offshore and the developers don't make squat. Go to collegeboard.com, propose a major in IT or computer engineering, and see which schools are likely to admit you. Apply to at least three. Chances for financial aid are very slim to non-residents. what country are you in? The national university is the best place to get your Bachelors, then come to the USA for grad school.
Try computer science, with a focus on game design. Many universities have a game design concentration that is part of a computer science or computer engineering major.
Please, please, please do not use University of Phoenix or other degree mill online schools. I recommend checking out brick and mortar schools that have distance learning options. It will of course depend on what your major is but many state universities now offer distance programs. Ones I know of that you may want to check out University of Nebraska - Lincoln, and University of California Los Angeles. Otherwise check out instate options as they will usually offer lower tuition
Dude! monash university i told you before university if toronto university of waterloo Melbourne university Swineburn university(i hope i spelled it right) university of Nottingham IBAAAAAA!!!!!!! North South University Zayed "INTERNATIONAL" University (the besh wuality on edukasion) see there u go