RUBIKA India, a Higher School of Digital Creation specializing in the field of video games, 3D animation, and industrial design today announced the commencement of 2022-23 admission process for their undergraduate and post-graduate courses in industrial design, animation, and video game. Students will be able to apply online through Rubika’s website, with the last date for application being 31st January 2022. The entrance exam for the courses will be held virtually on 6th February 2022.
Both the courses will allow the students to choose from two different programmes- General Programme, where students will be able to complete all their course semesters in India; and Pathway programme, where students will also get the opportunity to study abroad (France, and/or Canada) for specific semesters. Equipped with ultra-modern infrastructure, Rubika India aspires to provide its students with world class facilities and Global faculty members with extensive academic experience and industry experts.
Speaking on the admission process Dr. Manoj Singh, CEO, RUBIKA India said “At Rubika, we aim to create an ecosystem of innovation and creativity where young bright minds will be nurtured by world-class global faculty and successful industry experts as they chart out their academic journey. We intend to equip our students with right skills, knowledge and opportunities that can make them ready for their future in the field of their choosing. As the process of enrolment kicks off, we are excited to see the potential of this year’s batch and look forward to welcoming them on our campus in June/July 2022.
The institute has partnered with various industry stalwarts to give their students more experienced based learning. This includes Gulzar Saab, Meghna Gulzar, Shankar Mahadevan, Mr. Vishal Bharadwaj, John Mcintosh, Matt Subieta, Sandeep Betharia and the newly appointed HOD for video game- Yann Leclerc to guide the students in animation and game design; and global professionals like Philip Nemeth, Renaud Pecheur and Ashok Panwalkar for Industrial design.
Both undergraduate and post graduate courses will have limited seats of 25 students per course only given to students with excellent academic record, high score on the entrance exam, panel interview and portfolio assessment.