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DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore 2014 graduates secured an almost 100 percent overall employment rate with attractive median starting salaries, according to an annual survey released by the Ministry of Education (MOE) on Oct 15.

This was the first time that the partner university of DigiPen (Singapore), Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) took part in the annual Graduate Employment Survey (GES). SIT secured the highest overall employment rate among the four local autonomous universities, according to the results of the survey.

Graduates of three DigiPen (Singapore) programs – Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in Real-Time Interactive Simulation (RTIS), Bachelor of Science in Computer Science & Game Design (BSGD) and Bachelor of Arts in Game Design (BAGD) achieved an employment rate of 100 percent.