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
Stand out from the crowd
Gain a competitive edge in the job market by demonstrating your mastery of core Unity skills. Designed for students, hobbyists, and professionals, there's a certification that's right for you.
Unity Certified Associate
For post-secondary graduates and anyone ready for entry-level positions
Stand out from the crowd with a certification designed for creators with a portfolio of Unity projects ready to apply for their first professional Unity role. Highlight your area of focus in Game Development, Programming or 2D/3D Artist.
Unity Certified Professional
For professionals with 2–4 years of Unity work experience
Continue growing your skills with a certification that highlights your readiness for your next professional challenge. The Professional: Programmer certification exam tests the core skills needed to contribute to the technical execution of a project from conception through launch, and beyond. The Professional: Artist certification exam is designed for real time 3D artists who have a mix of artistic and technical skills within the context of professional software development processes.
Unity Certified Expert
For professionals with 5+ years of Unity work experience
Validate your expert-level skills and mastery of advanced Unity concepts. Unity Expert certifications are recommended for people who have accrued a variety of advanced, practical experience—such as experience developing games or interactive, real-time applications—with two shipped titles under your belt.
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 and policies, please read the FAQ.