DigiPen Institute of Technology

Consistently ranked as the top five game design schools in North America,  graduates from this prestigious university are employed at some of the world’s leading tech companies, game studios, and start-ups.

DigiPen Institute of Technology (DigiPen) is a dedicated, world-renowned leader in education and research with regards to computer interactive technologies. Committed to fostering academic growth and inspiring creativity, DigiPen is the first school in the world to offer a bachelor’s degree in game development.

Through DigiPen’s wealth of knowledge in the game industry, you will be trained to assume any one of these skilled professions — whether as a software developer, computer scientist, engineer, designer, or digital artist. Located in Redmond, Washington, USA, with branch campuses in Singapore and Bilbao, Spain, DigiPen offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in disciplines related to video game design and development, hardware and software engineering applied to simulation, computer science, fine arts and digital art production, as well as sound design and youth programmes.

DigiPen (Singapore) students have won 16 major awards from the Independent Games Festival, Tokyo Game Show, and other international competitions. Graduates of DigiPen (Singapore) have gone on to work on groundbreaking game franchises, such as Bungie’s Destiny, and have joined some of the top game and animation studios in Singapore, including Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, Koei Tecmo, and more.

DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore

Undergraduate Programmes

The joint degree programmes offered by SIT and DigiPen (Singapore) prepare students for a wide range of careers within the Singapore digital economy, in the fields of software development, animation, game development, and other emerging industries.

Computer Science in Interactive Media and Game Development
Computer Science in Interactive Media and Game Development
Computer Science in Real-Time Interactive Simulation
Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems)
Mechatronics Systems
Digital Art and Animation
Digital Art and Animation
User Experience and Game Design
Computer Science and Game Design