Unity Certified User Certifications
About Unity Certified User Certifications
Empower creators to tell their stories, share their visions, and validate their skills.
Unity is the leading content-creation platform for AR/VR, real-time 3D, and mobile 2D. Unity is used by students and professionals around the world to create everything from games to movies, 3D models to VR simulations.
The Unity Certified User (UCU) certification is an entry-level credential that allow individuals to get started in interactive content creation for industries such as gaming, entertainment, automotive, AEC, and XR. Unity Certified User certification helps employers and institutions verify a candidate’s knowledge and skills using Unity technology to succeed in these industries. Whether it’s a desire to create games and apps or build new worlds in AR/VR, Unity Certified User certification is the place to start.
The Unity Certified User Programmer certification exam will test the basics of C# programming within Unity software to create interactivity in games, apps, AR/VR, and other experiences. This certification demonstrates entry-level knowledge that includes debugging, problem-solving, interpreting the API, creating and evaluating code, and navigating the Unity interface.
Programmer: Exam objectives | Exam languages
VR Developer Certification
The Unity Certified User Artist certification will test the candidate’s 2D and 3D digital artistry within Unity. This certification demonstrates knowledge that includes managing the basic aspects of dealing with art assets, scene content design, and using tools within Unity to assist in experience creation.
Artist: Exam objectives | Exam languages
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Details and Policies
Unity Certified User:
- Programmer – 40 questions (50 minutes)
- VR Developer – 40 questions (50 minutes)
- Artist – 40 questions (50 minutes)
- If a candidate fails their first (1st) attempt to pass any Unity Certified User (UCU) certification exam, there is a one-day waiting period for retaking the failed exam a second (2nd) time. One day is defined as 24 hours after the exam was first started.
- If a candidate does not pass the exam the second (2nd) time, the candidate must wait for at least five (5) calendar days from the date of their last attempt to retake the exam a third (3rd) or any subsequent time.
- This policy applies to both voucher-based and site-license-based Certiport centers.
- All original vouchers must be used before their expiration dates, without exception.
- Retake vouchers must be used within 60 days of the initial failed exam. If a retake was purchased, the retake voucher is sent by email after a failed exam.
- Test results found to violate this retake policy will result in the candidate not being awarded the attempted credential, regardless of the score.
A valid voucher is required for each exam attempt. Do not schedule an exam past the expiration date of the voucher. If the voucher is expired, you must purchase a new voucher. To purchase a single-take voucher, voucher with retake, voucher with retake + practice test, or voucher with retake + practice test + training bundles, visit our store and check for special offers — CLICK HERE. If you already have your voucher and are ready to schedule, click SCHEDULE NOW! and schedule your exam.
A Certiport voucher is a 16-character code (XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX). If you purchased a voucher or were issued a voucher from your school or organization, please assign the voucher to your Certiport account, immediately. This ensures the voucher is valid for the exam you are taking. Make sure the name of the voucher correlates to the exam you are taking.
If you purchased a voucher with a retake, the retake is issued ONLY if the exam is failed. A voucher is valid for one exam attempt. A retake is valid for one retake attempt. A retake voucher can only be used for the exam that was not passed. It cannot be used for a different exam.