Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
DigiPen (Singapore) officially announced the formation of the Alumni Committee, which addressed over 80 alumni and soon-to-be graduates.
2016 DigiPen (Singapore) Real-time Interactive Simulation (RTIS) valedictorian, Chin Jia Hao, is now a junior gameplay programmer at Ubisoft Singapore.
Students from NUS High School of Math and Science (NUSH) take on college-level modules in collaboration with DigiPen (Singapore).
Eight indie studios announced plans to publish a new suite of games for the Nintendo Switch console at an industry gathering at DigiPen Game Studios.
Three DigiPen (Singapore) graduates talk about their jobs at next-gen app development team at AP Origin.
Memory Leak wins the 2017 Grand Prize at DigiPen (Singapore)’s annual DigiPen Game Awards which saw 35 student entries from the current year.
SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduates Alan Miller and Woon Kok Leong thrive on multicultural software development team at Acronis.
Graduate Jovi Kartolo talks to BrightSparks about his education, learning how to design games, and what students can expect at DigiPen (Singapore).
For the eighth year running, The Princeton Review has ranked DigiPen Institute of Technology as one of the top 5 schools to study game design.
DigiPen (Singapore) graduate Rudy Ng talks about his work designing and developing a new card game for Bushiroad called Ascendants of Aetheros.
More than 300 attendees gathered this month for the second DigiPen Game Conference, a developer-friendly gathering hosted at DigiPen (Singapore).
Dr. Edward Sim reflects on the past six years of his teaching and faculty leadership at DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore.
We caught up with DigiPen (Singapore) graduate Desmond Wong and his fellow indie developers at The Gentlebros, makers of the mobile game Slashy Hero.
BAGD graduate Cindy Lee talks about her journey from junior college to DigiPen to pixel artist and lead designer at indie game developer Springloaded.
Three final-year students from DigiPen (Singapore) had a prominent role in shaping the world ofwhen they interned at Witching Hour Studios.
DigiPen (Singapore) begins offering a virtual reality elective, giving students a unique opportunity to experiment with exciting new technology.
DigiPen (Singapore) conducted ProjectFUN workshops for students 13-18 years old at Raffles Institution, NUS High School, and Hwa Chong Institution.
Three SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduates on the important work they are doing at Autodesk in the realm of 3D printing and modeling.
Three SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduates work for ST Electronics and use their educational knowledge to create serious simulations for training purposes.
We caught up with three SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) alumni who are making resident-centric apps for Government Digital Services (GDS) at The Hive.