Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance

Location:
Vilnius, Prague, Nicosia
Duration:
October – early December 2022
Format:
Online (pre-recorded lectures / online feedback-sessions)
Application period:
September 5–26, 2022 (until 12:00 UTC+3)
Terms:
Free course in English (6 hrs/wk for classes, feedback sessions, and tests)
Additional info:
The best course graduates eligible to legally work in the EU will be offered a paid internship in Vilnius/Prague/Nicosia (minimum 20 hrs/wk).
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We invite talented students, university graduates, and young professionals without experience who want to change career paths by joining our QA course. This course will allow you to gain theoretical knowledge in the field from experienced professionals.

Throughout the course, you’ll learn how quality is ensured in game and web projects, what testing is, the types of testing there are, and when and how it is performed. A rich study program in the form of video lectures, live group feedback sessions, and tests awaits you.

The next step of the study program is the paid offline internship in Vilnius, Prague, or Nicosia. If you land that, you will gain practical game and web project testing knowledge. You will also get a chance to become a part of the international Wargaming team.

What will you learn?

Our course covers manual testing. As part of this course, you will learn the following:

  • What Quality Assurance (QA) is and its purpose within software development
  • The specifics of working with test documentation
  • The life cycle of software development, and how quality assurance is integrated into it

The training within this internship is focused on game testing and is built on game examples. You will acquire the basic skills required to work as a QA Engineer and perform quality assurance at every stage of game and web application development. You will learn how game and web applications are designed at the engineering and technical levels and how this affects their testing approaches.

What are we looking for?

  • High learning ability
  • Attention to details
  • Analytical thinking
  • Desire to build a career in QA and work at Wargaming
  • English working proficiency

What will help you stand out?

  • Extensive gaming experience

Meet your mentors:

Andrey Shevel

QA Manager

Andrey Shevel
Andrey Shevel

QA Manager

Andrey has been working at Wargaming for over nine years. He started as a Junior Specialist and rose through the ranks to become a QA Manager. Since the launch of the WG Forge QA program, Andrey has organized and developed the training and acts as a mentor. He's so dedicated that he won the Mentor Award and Special Award for his contribution to the development of WG Forge. Andrey has an MSc in Physics and Mathematics. Before moving into QA, he worked as a junior researcher at the Academy of Sciences of Belarus, growing nanotubes without his supervisor's knowledge. He loves extreme sports, including jumping off curbs, not holding onto handrails on the subway, and not wearing a hat in the winter.
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Sergey Lukyanchik

QA Manager

Sergey Lukyanchik
Sergey Lukyanchik

QA Manager

Sergey has been working in QA for about 11 years. For the first three years after graduating, he used to teach physics, computer science, and astronomy in high school. As a result, Sergey knows how to deftly juggle work resources, befitting of a real QA Manager. In addition, he is interested in performance and automation testing and has significantly contributed to the transfer of the WoT flagship game to the new Chinese realm. He has also won the Mentor Award at the WoT Awards, and impressively, during his school years, became a candidate for a Master of Sport in hiking, which is why he's ready to take part in a speed knot-tying competition with our students!
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Vitaliy Lovets

QA Manager

Vitaliy Lovets
Vitaliy Lovets

QA Manager

Vitaliy has over nine years of experience in the industry. He launched the first in-game browser feature in the WoT game client. He started at Wargaming as a WoT QA Engineer; now, he manages a team of about 100 employees. In addition, his contributions to the program development of WG Forge earned him a Special Award, and Vitaliy has participated in the project as its organizer since its launch in 2019. He is quite fond of cars—if you want to know anything about them, feel free to contact him. You will also find that you have a lot in common with Vitaliy if you love Marvel!
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Artur Simonyan

Lecturer, Operations Manager

Artur Simonyan
Artur Simonyan

Lecturer, Operations Manager

Artur is a localization professional with over eight years of experience leading localization, technical documentation, and localization QA teams. He worked on many of the major Wargaming products, including WoT PC and Console, Master of Orion, and various mobile products, such as WoT Blitz. In his spare time, Artur plays the drums, and he’s an avid gamer and trophy hunter with a cherished, ever-growing collection of PlayStation platinums.
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Testimonials

Beyond words: their voice, their truths

This course offers a lot of practice, detailed feedback, and direct communication with mentors. After joining the course, you already feel part of the team! You also learn the general context and fall in love with both the discipline and the product. Applying to this course was one of the best decisions I've made.

Elizaveta Kudritskaya

QA Engineer
Course 2021
Elizaveta Kudritskaya

WG Forge is a great opportunity to get a ticket to your dream profession. A friendly atmosphere, interesting practical tasks, mentors and coaches who are in touch with reality, and true professionals with relevant knowledge, experience, and a sense of humor. :)

Konstantin Petukh

QA Engineer
Course 2021
Konstantin Petukh

FAQ

Is the course free?

Yes, the course is free of charge.

What awaits you after the completion of the course?

The best graduates will be offered a paid internship in Lithuania, the Czech Republic, or Cyprus, and will gain practical knowledge in game and web testing.

Is there a probation period after the internship?

Yes, there is. You will be offered to undergo a probation period after the internship.

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