Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
Alumna Jobelle Lim works with her team to make online payments easier, one transaction at a time.
This year, 79 SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) students spent one trimester at the Redmond, Washington, campus as part of their Overseas Immersion Programme.
We’d like to extend our congratulations to our faculty members who have been recently promoted.
The partnership with Institute of Banking and Finance and Workforce Singapore saw 83 trainees graduate from the Technology in Finance Immersion Programme.
Fully immersive and seamless digital spaces are the future of the web. Here’s what to expect when the metaverse becomes part of everyday life.
Vision is arguably the next frontier for the AI industry.
Graduate Tay Hao Wen shares about the exciting possibilities of virtual production and his work as a motion capture specialist.
Teo Hong talks about his experience creating visual effects for blockbuster movies like Avengers: Infinity War.
Students Abigail Sng and Loh Chang Zhen turned their classroom studies into award-winning contest submissions.
See how our curriculum prepares the next generation of technology leaders.
Alumna Carmen Chan shares about creating motion graphics and visuals for the newsroom.
Michael Thompson opens up about his design journey and gives practical advice for aspiring designers.
Learn more about how DigiPen (Singapore) is equipping the next generation of developers, engineers, designers, and artists.
Dr. Tang Liang combines his passion for electronics and teaching to inspire the next generation of engineers.
Graduate Mandl Cho shares what it’s like to transition from a traditional animator to a technical animator.
During our recent Career Week, professionals from DBS Bank shared their personal tips and tricks to succeed in one’s first job.
DigiPen (Singapore) continues partnership with Institute of Banking and Finance and Workforce Singapore to prepare a future-ready workforce for the financial services sector.
How alumnus Thin Bing Zong’s interest in games eventually led to a career as a software development engineer at Amazon.
Students learn to become creators — and not just users — of technology as they build their own custom game engines.
SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduates saw strong employment outcomes with high employment rates and competitive starting salaries despite the pandemic.