The Masters Programme in Ludic Interfaces produces graduates with the best range of interdisciplinary expertise stretching from games art, artistic experiment, interactive media and social networks to interface culture. The Masters Programme is developed across three European institutions, based on existing and new teaching modules in Creative Technologies, Interface Culture and Media Art run by the partner institutions. The programme is aimed at: Learning experience in each partner country, students from across Europe, as well as potential candidates from all over the world. The degree programme will train artists, researchers as well as interaction and games designers striving for a common European perspective. Moreover, it will create an incubation environment for artistic practice, trans-disciplinary research, technical tools, social networking, gender-aware topics and critical theory. The programme will train students to become creative universalists who synthesizes what current special programmes only deliver in part.