Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
We caught up with nine DigiPen (Singapore) alumni who contributed to the art, design, and engineering on Bandai Namco Entertainment’s popular flight combat game.
We talked with two DigiPen (Singapore) alumni who went from longtime fans of Razer game products to valued company employees.
With our new Attach-and-Train program, students will learn embedded software development and undergo on-the-job training at a partnering company.
After working as entrepreneurs and game developers at some of the world’s biggest studios, these DigiPen alumni turned faculty are back on campus.
We’re proud to be joining as an official university partner in a new data science competition hosted by Singaporean e-commerce platform Shopee.
Two DigiPen (Singapore) students talk about their internship at Visual Engineering in Norway, creating VR simulations for the industrial workforce.
After launching his career at Autodesk, DigiPen (Singapore) graduate Michael Tay recently jumped at the chance to work for Apple at their U.S. campus.
We caught up with the eight DigiPen (Singapore) alumni who had a major hand in developing Koei Tecmo’s feline-themed mobile strategy game Nyapuri.
Celebrate the holiday season with these fun and zany winter-themed games and animations from DigiPen (Singapore).
From being just a small indie games startup to taking on large-scale government projects, Lionfish Studios has come a long way. We caught up with alumnus Zhang Zi Tian to find out more about the studio’s journey so far, plus what they plan…
Max Chew, a DigiPen (Singapore) graduate now working as an artist in Japan, shares his advice on how to land an overseas job opportunity.
DigiPen (Singapore) graduate Chester Liew talks about the intersection of data science and e-commerce in his work as an engineer for online retailer Shopee.
SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduates continue to be highly sought after, with increased employment rates and full-time permanent employment rates.
In commemoration of our 10th Anniversary, here’s a look back at some of our milestones and highlights over the years.
Dilip Chaubey has been with DigiPen (Singapore) since the very beginning in 2008, and his career at DigiPen (Singapore) has been an exciting and fulfilling one.
Chen Zhiming hit the internship jackpot when he and a few other colleagues were invited by the founders of No Moss Co to start No Moss Studios.
“Knowing firsthand what it’s like to have felt lost as a fresh face on campus, I wish to help prospective students in the same situation by sharing what I’ve learned in my time at DigiPen (Singapore) so far.”
DigiPen (Singapore) is excited to launch the GAT 405 elective class that has a focus on game development for Nintendo Switch.
Being called up for an interview is the first step, but you’ll have to do your best to impress your interviewers if you want to secure a job offer. It’s time to get down to work.
DigiPen (Singapore)’s Continuing Education program aims to prepare the nation’s workforce with the right skillsets and tools to succeed.