RUBIKA VIDEO GAME
➕ JOB DESCRIPTION
Game Designers are in charge of the game design. Their objective is the immersion and the pleasure of the player. The means to achieve this are the narration, the game mechanics, the gameplay and all the interaction possibilities offered to the player.
➕ YOUR QUALITIES
Passion for video games, good communicator, taste for computer tools, sense of analysis, creativity, general culture, rigour, team spirit.
The RUBIKA Video Game Design training trains high-level creative and technical people ready to enter the video game market.
Technical and demanding, the training places students in conditions similar to those of a professional studio. Students learn how to create strong interactive experiences, using a game system and its gameplay mechanisms. Real architects of the video game, they handle each video game production aspect (game design, scenario, programming, marketing) and work hand in hand with Game Artists and Game Programmers.
The last year is devoted to the creation of a team game prototype, presented in front of a professional jury. This project allows students to put into practice the skills acquired during their training.
BOARD GAME CREATION IN TEAM
VIDEO GAME CREATION IN TEAM
2 MOBILE VIDEO GAMES CREATION IN TEAM
Equivalent to 180 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)
VIDEO GAME PRODUCTION IN TEAM
3D ANIMATED SEQUENCES REPRODUCTION
2 TO 4 MONTHS
VIDEO GAME PROTOTYPE INTENSIVE PRODUCTION IN TEAM
3 TO 6 MONTHS
Certified Level 7 European Qualification Framework
Prototypes of fun and immersive games
The production line of a video game
Design methods and tools
A multidisciplinary team with no hierarchical links
A playful culture and a spirit of analysis
The working methods of a professional studio
Video game history, history of civilizations, playful culture, playful analysis, English…
Design of game levels, management of difficulty progression, practice and use of sound…/p>
Creative development, brainstorming techniques, mind mapping, formalization of ideas…
Accessible from BAC to BAC+3 (from high school graduation to degree level), the training is aimed at students who are passionate about video games, with great imagination, good analytical mind and an excellent level of general culture. Students are selected through an entrance exam, a motivation interview and their portfolio review.
➔ February 18, 2021
➔ February 19, 2021
➔ February 25, 2021
➔ February 26, 2021
Registration deadline: February 10, 2021 (opening soon)
➔ Creative mind, very good imagination
➔ Technical fiber
➔ Strong general and specialized culture
➔ Aptitude for teamwork
➔ Bachelor cycle: 8300€/year
➔ Master Cycle: 9500€/year
Possibility of scholarships
JOBS AND CAREERS
The video game field is dynamic and job-creating. The latest figures for the video game market in France have broken all records: 4.9 billion euros turnover in 2018, a 15% growth in one year. Digital purchases of video games have reached nearly €1 billion, representing 67% growth. It is the world’s leading entertainment market ahead of music and cinema. There are 572 companies in the French industry (at the end of March 2019), among which Ubisoft stands out in terms of job offers.
The Game Design training opens up a multitude of outlets and job opportunities:
— Game Designer
— Level Designer
— Narrative Designer
— System Designer
— Economic Designer
— Content Designer
— Gameplay Designer
— UX Designer
— and many others…
“RUBIKA students are used to working in teams. This allows them to integrate very quickly on projects and to be operational. »
« RUBIKA allowed me to discover all the different jobs in the video game industry, so I knew which one best suited me. »
« RUBIKA familiarizes students with the expectations of the industry thanks to numerous juries, practical projects and professional speakers »
“RUBIKA integrates into its course all the aspects present in a video game production »