Published Apr 04, 2019
Princeton Review Ranks Full Sail Among Top Game Design Schools
The list highlighted Full Sail’s graduate and undergraduate programs, marking the fifth consecutive year the school has been recognized as a top destination to study game design.
Full Sail University was once again recognized by the Princeton Review as one of the best schools to study game design. The organization included the university on the 2019 editions of both the “Top 50 Undergraduate Schools to Study Game Design,” as well as the “Top 25 Graduate Schools for Game Design” lists. This marks the fifth consecutive year Full Sail’s Game Development bachelor’s program and Game Design master’s program have ranked as top destinations for students looking to enter the gaming industry.
Princeton Review chose the schools for these lists based on a 2018 survey of administrators at 150 institutions that offer game design programs. The survey asked schools to report on a range of topics from academic offerings and faculty credentials to graduates’ employment and professional achievements.
The undergraduate and graduate lists can be found on the Princeton Review’s website, as well as a feature article in the latest edition of PC Gamer magazine.