A career at Ubisoft Leamington and Ubisoft Reflections opens doors to new worlds.

Now in its seventh year, our graduate campaign is one of the best ways to kickstart your career in games, at one of the world's biggest developers and publishers. We've hired over 100 graduates over the past six years, and we're recruiting more this year.

You'll be joining the teams that have created and collaborated on critically-acclaimed titles like The Division, Watch Dogs, Assassin's Creed and Just Dance; and you'll get to work alongside some of the industry's most experienced creative and technical talents.

In return, you'll have access to a range of award-winning workplace initiatives, including a wellbeing allowance, volunteering days, relocation assistance, private medical insurance, and a social club. We're also located in two fantastic places to live, Leamington Spa and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

You'll also be part of a global organisation. Ubisoft's 20,000 team members, working across more than 30 countries around the world, are bound by a common mission to enrich players' lives with original and memorable gaming experiences.

Sound good? Find out more about our perks and benefits below.  Then, when you're ready, scroll down to apply and start your career with us.

What's life at Ubisoft like?

At Ubisoft Leamington and Ubisoft Reflections we celebrate difference and want everyone to feel welcome. We offer a wide range of benefits (including some great social perks) and our graduates get loads of professional development (about 75% of our graduate hires have progressed onto more senior roles since joining us). When you join us there's a wealth of perks at your fingertips. Here are some of our favourites:

Games & Tech

We love games here! All of our staff get free Ubisoft games and access to the latest tech through our interest-free buy scheme


Work-life balance is important. All of our staff get an annual wellbeing allowance and access to an exclusive wellbeing platform


Socialising is how colleagues become friends. From axe-throwing to arm-knitting, our employee-led social initiatives allow everyone to try new things in social settings.

Professional Development

Grow with us! Our graduates work alongside industry leaders, and almost 75% progress onto more senior roles with us.

Flexible Working

The way the world works has changed. We offer a truly flexible approach based on your needs, including hybrid working, part-time hours and flexi-time.

Volunteer Days

We're connected to our communities. We offer three paid volunteering days per year so you can give back to a local charity.



We love where our studios are based, so much so, we offer relocation support to help you start your new career with us.

Green Initiative

We offer a range of green incentives including subsidised public transport to work and Cycle2Work. Plus, our green squad are always finding new ways to make our studios as sustainable as possible.

Graduate Jobs in Our Studios

If you graduated from university in 2022 or will be graduating in 2023, and have the right to work in the UK, or are eligible for a graduate visa, our vacancies are open to you. Browse the open roles below, and click through to SmartRecruiters to find out more and apply for a role.


When do applications for the 2023 graduate roles close?
We don't have a closing date for applications, we will keep recruiting until the roles are filled. However, the roles may be filled quickly, so apply as soon as you can.

Who can apply for the 2023 graduate roles?
To be eligible for these roles you must have graduated with a Bachelor or Master’s Degree in 2022 or be graduating in 2023 from a UK University. Students from outside the UK will only be considered for the roles if they are eligible for a graduate visa or already have the right to work in the UK.

Where are the jobs based?
The majority of the jobs can be based from either Ubisoft Leamington or Ubisoft Reflections - there are only a few jobs that are fixed to one location.

Have you got any tips for applying?
We caught up with some of our team members who started as graduates. Here are their top tips:

"Your portfolio is the most important thing, show your best stuff first & make it impressive!" - Junior Programmer.

"The best advice I could give is to have a good portfolio website and to have it look good, clean, and elegant. People don’t want to scroll through a million animations like an iPhone webpage to get the information and details of your projects. Fill it with projects you do outside of the classroom. Made a mod or a game that you have published? Showcase it! Make it diverse as well, different genres of games, different aspects of programming such as UI, Gameplay and Physics can showcase your ability to learn and your passion to dive deeper into the vast world of programming." - Junior Programmer.

"As a tip for graduates looking to land a job at Ubisoft/the wider games industry, I’d say that good university grades are great but a good portfolio is essential. With Graduate/Junior games development positions being so sought after, it’s important that you’re able to not just demonstrate your best work but also be able to talk about it in detail. For example, why did you make the artistic/design/technical decisions that you did? What was the most challenging aspect of creating the work? How could you improve your work if given more time? With all this is mind however, it’s worth mentioning that we don’t expect our Graduates/Juniors to know everything! We’re mostly looking for a solid artistic/design/technical foundation and strong future potential." - Junior Gameplay Programmer.


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