Unity Certifications Set the Standard
Unity is one of the most in-demand tech skills
and has one of the highest forecasted growth rates,
at over 35% over the next two years.
– Burning Glass, job market analytics platform
Setting the professional standard for real-time content creators
Take aim at your dream job! Accelerate your career in games, VR, film, automotive or any of the many industries that are clamoring for Unity talent. Whether you are a programmer or artist, beginner or expert, we’ve got a certification that will help you stand out from the crowd.
NEW: Unity Certified 3D Artist
A professional certification for Unity artists across all industries.
Unity Certified 3D Artist is the go-to certification for entry- to mid-level artists across all real-time, interactive content industries. Learn more at certification.unity3d.com.
Unity Certified Programmer
Get certified in the most in-demand skill in tech: Unity Programmer.
Apply with confidence and land your dream job in this growing, lucrative field. Whether you’re applying for your first Unity job or looking to propel your career to the next level, Unity Certified Programmer helps entry to mid-level programmers across all industries validate their abilities and show their commitment to professional standards. Learn more at certification.unity3d.com.
Unity Certified Expert
The only advanced professional certifications for the games industry.
Unity Expert certifications are recommended for people who have spent 4+ years in the field and have accrued a variety of advanced, practical application experience, such as experience in a video game development studio, with at least two shipped titles. Learn more at certification.unity3d.com.
Get ready for Unity Expert Gameplay Programmer Certification with test-prep courseware created by Unity. Enroll now
Share your credentials
Once certified, you’ll receive a verifiable digital badge from Acclaim which will be your online credential that you can share. You can add it to an electronic resume submission, embed it on your website or blog, put it in your email footer, or share it on social network such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
To find out more about Unity Certification exams, please review the FAQ and exam policies.