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Quality Assurance Course

February–April 2021
Application period:
January 11–28, 2021
Free course, part-time (14 hrs/wk)
Additional info:
Classes are held three times a week in the evening.
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We invite talented students, university graduates, and young people without experience who want to change career paths to join our QA course. This course will allow you to gain knowledge and skills in the field from experienced professionals and give you a chance to become part of the Wargaming team.

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. You’ll receive a full study program in the form of lectures, practical classes based on real game examples, and regular feedback from our experts.

What will you do?

  • Learn how game and web applications are designed at the engineering and technical levels and how this affects their testing approaches
  • Learn what quality assurance is, how it is performed at each stage of game and web application development, and acquire the basic skills necessary for working as a QA engineer
  • Learn and assimilate game testing methods and approaches based on their engineering and technical features
  • Learn how web application testing is performed, how their specifics affect the performed tests, and acquire basic testing skills

What are we looking for?

  • High learning ability
  • Attention to detail
  • Analytical thinking
  • Desire to build a career in QA

What will help you stand out?

  • Extensive gaming experience

Meet your mentors:

Alexander Shukov

QA Automation Team Lead

Alexander Shukov
Alexander Shukov

QA Automation Team Lead

Alexander is a recognized expert in the industry, a conference speaker, and the supervisor of automated testing.
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Aleksandr Vinnik

QA Engineer

Aleksandr Vinnik
Aleksandr Vinnik

QA Engineer

Has seven years of experience in game QA. Aleksandr released major game modes and participated in creating the QA course for WG Forge.
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Andrey Shevel

QA Manager

Andrey Shevel
Andrey Shevel

QA Manager

Andrey has been working at Wargaming for over 10 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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What courses do we offer?

Past courses include Gameplay Development, Analytics, QA, UX/UI Design, 2D/3D Design, Motion Design, and Visual Effects, but are not limited to this.

Who can participate in the courses?

We invite students, recent graduates, and reskilled specialists who have decided to change their career paths and have studied either through non-formal courses or on an individual basis.

Participants can partake in courses from anywhere in the world. However, if they show good results and are invited for an internship, they should be able to do so onsite in either Czech Republic, Lithuania, or Nicosia.

Please note that while we are excited to sponsor candidates for future training course cohorts, we will not be able to sponsor right-to-work in the key locations mentioned.

What do we expect from applicants?

Motivation, eagerness to learn, good English language skills, and enthusiasm for working in a game dev company.

Do we ask for experience?

Sometimes. To complete the test task and pass the selection for certain courses, you will need some technical skills and experience.

When do the courses start?

We organize courses twice per year—in fall and spring.

For fall, the application period starts at the end of August or early September, with the courses starting in October.

For spring, the application period starts in February, with the courses starting in March.

How long do the courses last?

They last 2.5–3 months.

What to expect?

Experienced trainers, supportive classmates, top-notch training, practical tasks, community building activities.

Do I have to pay for the course?

Our training courses are free of charge but of limited access. After you graduate from the training course, you can apply for a paid internship at Wargaming.

When and where are the courses?

Courses are organized online. Some classes are recorded, and participants can view them at a convenient time. There are also live online meetings with trainers organized in the evenings (Central or Eastern European time). You would be expected to devote 10 to 15 hours per week to studying the material and completing the homework.

What does the selection process look like?

It depends on the courses, but it normally includes filling out the application form, a homework task, and a video interview or call with the recruiter or experts, if needed.

What happens after the courses?

By the end of a course, the best-performing participants will get an offer from us to join an internship program, so keep up the good work, and we will make sure you keep growing with us!

Also, note that even if you do not get an internship offer after the course, you can still be part of the community through the Alumni club (link to more info). We constantly keep in touch with our alumni, organize extra knowledge-sharing sessions, and share recent company news and relevant job offers.

Do I need to provide a cover letter?

It is optional. Also, check the application form first—there might already be some motivational questions. If there aren’t any, your cover letter will most often take the shape of a video interview on the platform.

How many courses can I apply for?

If you think you can be a UX/UI designer, 3D artist, and software engineer all at once, sure, no limit there. But please, have reasoning prepared as to why you applied to each specific course.

When should I expect a reply?

You should get some sort of reply in up to ~2 weeks after finalizing your course registration. If you did not, check first whether our email did not get lost in your spam. If still nothing, feel free to ping us!