Rubika Game Design & Development Program

Take the First Step to an Amazing Game Development Career

Learn the art and science of game development from the best in the World in our RUBIKA ADMI Campus.

The Rubika Game Development Certificate & Diploma will give you the practical skills you need to fill the growing global demand for skilled video game developers.

The curriculum has been developed by renowned industry professionals to equip you with the skills needed for the entire game development process from an idea to fully working game deployed on a mobile device. In the process you will learn video game history, genres in games, creation of game art and coding.

Any team is as good as its weakest link; thus the course is designed to gradually transition from working individually to working with a team as you learn to pick specialized roles within the team. This will equip you to be as proficient as an independent developer and a team player in a Game Development Studio. 

The course progresses from a Certificate to a Diploma to a Degree and each level has 3 Semesters (2 Semesters in-class blended teaching (4 months each) and 1 Semester internship (3 months)

You'll also work closely with lecturers from both Rubika and ADMI which will place you in the same league as countless Rubika alumni who have gone on to work for Fortune 500 companies.

Are you ready to take the first step to your game design career?  

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the programme students will be able to:

  • Make games of different genres 
  • Understand the history of the game industry
  • Program using C#
  • Create game art assets for both 2D and 3D worlds
  • Work within a game studio team
  • Create basic sounds for in-game use

Course Duration

9 months in class & 2 months in internship


30 contact hours per week and an average of 9 units per semester


Cumulative certifications starting from a Certificate to an optional Diploma and eventually a Degree.

Get Inspired

Bryan Weya, Class of 2021, is almost done with his Game Design & Development Course. He loves the time and detail it takes in Level Design. So far, he's learned to design using Unity and Photoshop and he has some advice for anyone who wants to get into this class at ADMI.