School Visits – An Inside Look for the Next Generation of Game Developers
Every year, the Ubisoft Montreal studio opens its doors to hundreds of high school and college students aged 14 to 19 to help them discover the professional side of making games and the passion that comes with building Ubisoft’s worlds. In a time when in-person visits are no longer an option, we took a look at how they are continuing to share their knowledge and transmit their creativity to the next generation of world builders.
But we still wanted to give teachers and their students virtual access to the studio. That's when the Ubisoft Education team came up with the idea of building a new video content kit that includes a visit to Ubisoft Montreal.
Ubisoft Education is a program that prepares Quebec youth for the jobs of the future. Since its launch in 2018, more than 75,000 students from elementary school to university have benefited from Ubisoft Education through the various initiatives in collaboration with education partners. It also relies on the involvement of several hundred Ubisoft studio employees in Montreal, Quebec City, and Saguenay.
Filmed at Ubisoft Montreal’s flagship building in Mile End, the tour shows off the various spaces that make up the largest Ubisoft studio in the world.
Mar 14, 2021 at 23:28