University Relations

Do you have a passion for games and the desire to be a part of the Blizzard Entertainment team? If you're looking for an exciting internship or a great job right out of college, this could be the place for you!

Blizzard Entertainment's University Relations Program provides internship and full-time employment opportunities for students interested in development and non-development roles. The University Relations team partners with schools and universities in identifying and fostering talent to meet our current and future hiring needs.

Destinations
The internship program gives students the opportunity to work directly with development teams and business operations departments to gain hands-on experience.
We're always looking for top talent! If you have a passion for games, and aspire to work for Blizzard Entertainment, we may have the right opportunity for you!
Blizzard Entertainment’s university relations and World of Warcraft development teams are proud to present the third annual Blizzard Student Art Contest!
The University Relations team answers commonly-asked questions regarding internships, fulltime opportunities, the university relations program, and more!
Message From the President

Welcome, and thanks for your interest in Blizzard Entertainment's university relations program. Blizzard Entertainment was founded in 1991 by three recent college graduates looking to build a future doing something they were extremely passionate about: making games. Although the company has grown tremendously since then, we've been able to maintain a consistent approach to game development over the years by hiring people who share that passion.

Finding the best person to fill any particular open position at Blizzard Entertainment is always a challenge. Through this program, we'll be collaborating with certain schools to give students more opportunities to learn about the industry and to develop their skills. With luck, this will also give us the opportunity to identify talented new individuals to join our teams.

I hope you'll find the resources here helpful, and I look forward to working with some of you soon.

- Mike Morhaime