International MSc program
We are proudly announcing the collaboration of IMT Msc Program with VRAR Association !
The Immersive Technologies – Innovation in Education, Training and Game Design (IMT) MSc program of the Department of Computing Science of the International Hellenic University (IHU) is an International MSc that covers a unique thematic area in Greece and with a very high degree of innovation in Europe, focusing on cutting-edge technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality with an emphasis on Education, Training, and Game design
The MSc program is offered worldwide as it has been structured to correspond to modern scientific and technological needs within the constantly evolving socioeconomic context, employing Distance Learning and Blended Learning educational approaches. The students and the Academic Staff of the IMT MSc Program come from different countries as the program is offered online, and all courses are taught exclusively in English.
The VR/AR Association (VRARA) is an international organization designed to foster collaboration between solution providers and end-users that accelerates growth, fosters research and education, helps develop industry best practices, connects member organizations, and promotes the services of member companies.
The collaboration between the IMT MSc Program and the VR/AR Association aims to achieve several objectives.
Firstly, bring together experts from academia and industry in the fields of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) to promote knowledge sharing, best practices, and the latest developments in immersive technologies.
Secondly, the collaboration seeks to provide IMT MSc Program students with access to a network of VR/AR professionals, which will enable them to gain hands-on experience and practical knowledge in the development and application of immersive technologies.
Thirdly, the collaboration aims to facilitate research and innovation in the field of VR/AR, promoting joint research projects and encouraging the development of new applications and tools that can benefit both academia and industry.
Finally, the collaboration seeks to promote the use of VR/AR technologies in education, training, and game design at the Master or PhD educational level, by highlighting best practices and success stories in these areas and by fostering the development of new educational and training solutions that incorporate immersive technologies.
Professor Dr. Avgoustos Tsinakos,
Director of Advanced Educational Technologies and Mobile Applications (AETMA) Lab
Director of MSc in Immersive Technologies – Innovation in Education, Training and Game Design
Department of Computer Science
International Hellenic University