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Ubisoft unveils Graduate Program for college students
Ubisoft unveils Graduate Program for college students
February 5, 2014 | By Mike Rose

February 5, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: In an effort to help university graduates get into the games industry, Ubisoft this week announced The Ubisoft Graduate Program, a paid two year course that will bring 25 graduates into the fold.

Starting from September, more than two dozen applicants will be given graduate positions at Ubisoft development studios around the world, complete with salaries and relocation costs paid.

After the second year, these graduates may then be given a long-term job at a Ubisoft studio. The company noted that the success of this first year will determine how it is expanded for future years.

Interested parties can sign up now -- all the information is on the Ubisoft blog.


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Genna Habibipour
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This sounds like a re-branding of "Junior" roles, except they're putting a positive spin on yearly relocation to a foreign country- which is generally something that more experienced developers have an aversion to.

But any hiring process that circumvents the void of automated database applications (Taleo, etc) is definitely a plus.


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