Unity Technologies is a video game software development company that provides content creators with the tools to create unique game and 3D experiences
Unity Technologies looks for people who are not afraid to have big ideas, big dreams and confrontation. Be prepared to defend your ideas, get creative and discover new possibilities. Unity team members are collaborative individuals who are passionate about democratizing development, solving hard problems, and enabling the success of their community.
Unity offers various internships in a large number of roles. Some include Business Intelligence, Software Engineering, and Corporate Sales. Unlike other internship programs, Unity posts internship positions throughout the year, so make sure to keep checking their site. Through their student-specific career page, you can let them know you are a student interested in interning with them and sign up to be notified when a relevant position opens up.
The interview process for Unity Technologies moves a bit slower than most, taking anywhere from 3 weeks to 3 months.
There is first an initial phone screening with a recruiter that is brief and general. This is used as a way to screen applicants to see if they should be moved to the next step. Most of this first call is spent talking about why you want to work at Unity.
For technical roles, like Software Engineering, there is a coding challenge that immediately follows the initial phone screening. You’ll have a week to complete it and it isn’t timed. For Software Engineering interns, it should take about a few hours.
The next step is a virtual or on-site interview with a member of the team you’d be working with. For technical roles, this involves more technical questions and acts as a technical screen. For non-technical roles, there will be presentations and assignments to test your professionalism and business acumen.
The last step can be either a 4-round virtual or onsite interview with different members of the team or an in-depth interview with the team lead. These questions should include a blend of behavioral questions as well as more specific questions pertaining to the role for which you applied.
Reach out to your alumni network or employees via LinkedIn and see if they can offer you insight into Unity Technologies and the interview process
Do research on Unity Technologies, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
Impress your interviewers with your knowledge of the video game software development market. This knowledge could include, but not be limited to the latest news, current market trends, and Unity’s biggest competitors in the space.
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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