Game-related studies attract students
The quality of teaching is a concern. THE QUALITY of game-related teaching in Finland is a concern to the director of Neogames, a central organisation of the Finnish games sector. “Student intake for programmes in the field is over 300. In 2006, the programmes were started from scratch. The increase has been remarkable, and the pace has only picked up in the past two years,” the director, Koopee Hiltunen, says.