I'm currently in my senior (final) year of my computer engineering degree, and have two opportunities to apply in front of me, one is Autodesk and the other is Ubisoft.
Both of these companies have offices in my city and I have friends from my batch who are already pursuing internships there. One of them recommended me to join Autodesk, I'm not sure about the reasons behind his recommendations but I guess it's because of the flexible timings and better pay compared to Ubisoft (though I heard Ubisoft also has flexible timings).
Long story short, I want to get into the games industry as a rendering engineer/graphics programmer. I know that Autodesk is all about computer graphics and Ubisoft also works on their own game engines, that's why I'm very confused as to which internship I should go for.
One thing to note: I am planning to pursue MS in Computer Science in the US with emphasis in computer graphics courses (I'm currently living in India) after I graduate. Keeping that in mind I'd like to gain relevant experience in order to increase my chances of getting admission in a decent university, and ultimately getting a job in the game industry as a graphics programmer and/or get a normal programming job until I make a proper portfolio after which I can join the game industry.
I'm looking for suggestions for which company I should go for an internship? Considering the fact that the experience I'll gain from either should help me in the future in terms of computer graphics?