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Info-communications technology (ICT) is a key enabler in every industry in Singapore and the demand for ICT professionals is increasing every year. To meet this need and equip professionals for the fast-growing digital economy, DigiPen (Singapore) offered the Continuing Education Attach-and-Train (AnT) Programmes in Artificial Intelligence (Games) Software Developer, Embedded Software Developer, and Cybersecurity Software Developer from 2018-2020.

DigiPen (Singapore) is also the training provider for the artificial intelligence, data analytics, and software engineering tracks in the Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF) Technology in Finance Immersion Programmes (TFIP).

Current Continuing Education Programs

Attach-and-Train (AnT) Programme For Cybersecurity Software Developer

In a digitally-powered society, cybercrime is more prevalent than ever. Equip yourself with the necessary skills to develop tools that can detect system vulnerabilities and deter threats. You will learn about data protection technologies and how to implement them to prevent future attacks. This program has been put on hold until further notice.

Attach-and-Train (AnT) Programme For Embedded Software Developer

As an embedded software developer, you will learn to appreciate both the hardware and software sides of technology by exploring microcontrollers and real-time operating systems. This makes you a valuable asset in an Internet of Things (IoT)-driven world. This program has been put on hold until further notice.

Technology in Finance Immersion Programme (TFIP)

As a developer working in the finance sector, you will be trained in one of the key technical specializations for leading financial institutions, such as artificial intelligence, data analytics, or software engineering. DigiPen (Singapore) will provide you with strong foundations and a robust background in your specialization that will serve you well in many different professional settings.


For additional information, please refer to the Continuing Education Frequently Asked Questions page.