Wed. Jun 3rd, 2020


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Reach your learning goals in 2020 with Unreal Online Learning

Start 2020 on the right foot by building your proficiency with Unreal Engine. We’ve added some new features and courses to help make your learning experience even more enjoyable and complete. It’s easier than ever to add in-demand skills for getting a job to your resume.  

Choose from over 40 free online courses

Now you can browse our entire catalog of free video courses and share your favorites with no login required. Check out courses not only for beginners but for more experienced artists, designers, and programmers as well. View the full list of courses.

Once you find a course you’re interested in, log in and start it right away or bookmark it on your dashboard to come back to later. 

Share your achievements

Earn skill badges that help you keep track of your learning progress and skill development as you complete courses. You can see all of your activity on the Achievements page.
You can also share your well-earned badges on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.


To share a badge, visit your Achievements page and click on the social share icon underneath the desired achievement icon.

Looking for inspiration? Check out our newest courses

We regularly add new courses that apply to every industry using real-time technology, from game development to architectural visualization. 


New courses this month

Unreal Engine Editor Fundamentals – Editor Introduction

In this course, Epic’s Luis Cataldi helps you gain fundamental knowledge for working with Unreal Engine, understanding the Unreal Editor, and navigating its various panels and settings.

Introduction to Twinmotion

Twinmotion is a fast and easy-to-use real-time visualization tool that harnesses Unreal Engine for its rendering power. In this course, author Matt Doyle teaches you how to bring your content into Twinmotion and add interactivity and dynamic elements using built-in tools and assets.

AEC Blueprints by Example

Author Joel Bradley teaches essential Blueprint concepts as you create four practical examples for use in your AEC projects, including automatic doors, connected switch lights, material switching, construction scripts, and more.

Your First Hour in Sequencer

In this course, instructor Paul Kind dives into Sequencer in Unreal Engine, looking at everything from simple translational movements to animations, particle effects, Blueprints, and more.

Want to access more Unreal Engine learning videos? View the full Unreal Online Learning course catalog at

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