Fusion Jeunesse aims to help students learn more about video game technology and design through its video game creation project for high school students, with a view to empathy, peace education, and anti-bullying. This year, more than 400 students have learned how to tackle the different stages of video game creation and promotion with Ubisoft professionals.
The Technovation challenge is an international competition for girls aged 10 to 18 to create mobile applications. Since 2016, several Ubisoft employees have joined the Montreal competition as mentors to guide and lead super bright all-girl teams. In 2018, Technovation opened a chapter in Quebec City, with the support of Ubisoft.
Réseau Technoscience’s mission over the past 50 years has been to boost Quebec youth’s interest in science and technology. This year, Ubisoft joined this regional organization to introduce nearly 1,200 students to the Python programming language using digital kits available in libraries and youth centres.
Academos puts young people aged 14 to 30 in contact with the workplace and guides them as they make their professional dreams a reality, making our society more educated, qualified, and prosperous. About seventy Ubisoft employees act as cybermentors on the Academos online platform to answer student questions and steer them toward the job of their dreams.
We offer school trips at our studio in Montreal to high school and college groups. Accompanied by our friendly guides from Ubisoft Montreal, you will discover the video game production process and the careers in the industry, while meeting with several experts of the studio.