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What are our graduates up to at Ubisoft ?

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Bastien, Etienne and Stéphanie, all graduates of the School of Management and Innovation, were recruited by Ubisoft after a meeting at the Careers Forum, a gap year internship, or an apprenticeship. Ubisoft is a world-wide actor in entertainment. It is present in more than 40 countries with more than 16,000 creative talents from 95 different countries. What positions do our young graduates occupy today? Why did they want to join Ubisoft? Does one have to be a 'gamer' to integrate Ubisoft’s teams? Here is what they say about their experience at 'Ubi' ...

Bastien, Junior Talent Acquisition specialist

Bastien graduated in 2018 from the master in Organizational and management of human resources at the School of management and l'innovation.

Étienne, Consumer and Market Knowledge

Étienne graduated in 2017 from the master Marketing at the School of management and innovation.

Stéphanie, Financial planning analyst

Stéphanie graduated in 2016 from the master in Finance and Strategy at the School of managemenent and innovation.

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  • RMeet Ubisoft at  the Sciences Po Careers Fair on Friday, September 27, 2019, Porte de Versailles (student registrations open from mid-september)
  • Details on the Ubisoft Careers website
Last modified 2019-09-24
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