Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
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Students from NUS High School of Math and Science (NUSH) take on college-level modules in collaboration with DigiPen (Singapore).
DigiPen (Singapore) conducted ProjectFUN workshops for students 13-18 years old at Raffles Institution, NUS High School, and Hwa Chong Institution.
A group of 14 students from Singapore’s NUS High School had the opportunity to travel overseas this summer to DigiPen’s Redmond campus.
DigiPen (Singapore) reaches out to promote active exchange and knowledge-sharing with Polytechnics, Junior Colleges (JCs) and Secondary Schools.
Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong gives a speech at the People’s Action Party Rally citing DigiPen’s education as part of “the Singapore story.”
Excerpt of PM Lee Hsien Loong’s 2015 National Day Rally speech on Education
13 students from the NUS High School of Mathematics and Science in Singapore arrived at the DigiPen Redmond campus to attend ProjectFUN programs.
The Polytechnic Special Articulation program takes students from Singapore Polytechnic’s DMIT to have them earn college credit at DigiPen (Singapore).
Some 70 prospective students attended a Workshop Information Session at DigiPen (Singapore) for information related to game design and development.
DigiPen CTO Samir Abou Samra gave a series of talks to 560 students at several prestigious Singapore junior colleges and high schools.
ProjectFun workshop gives 14-year-old NUS High School of Mathematics and Science students the ability to try their hand at game development.
Hwa Chong Institution, one of Singapore’s most prestigious junior colleges, offered a DigiPen elective class, Multiplatform Game Programming.
Samir Abou Samra, Chief Technology Officer for DigiPen, spoke to a group of more than 60 students at Singapore Polytechnic last week.