Why School of Design & Media?


• As Singapore’s most established design and media school, we’re pioneers in the areas of architecture, game development, design and visual communication.
• Our deep understanding of the various creative industries allows us to nurture talents for the art, design, media and technology sectors.
• Our faculty comprises experienced and award-winning visual storytellers, content creators, animators, game artists and designers from around the globe.
• You will gain insights from studio projects, industry collaborations and industrial attachment programmes. Our rigorous curriculum will ensure that your journey in the design and media industry is rewarding.
• You’ll have the opportunity to go global, through our market-immersion study programmes, overseas student exchanges and internships at renowned international studios in cities such as Barcelona, Paris, Los Angeles, New York, Shanghai and Tokyo.

Full-Time Diploma Courses

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Courses Preparation Tips for the EAE Assessments
Animation, Games & Visual Effects (C29)1,2
- Professional Competency Model
(New Course in AY2023 - Merger of Animation & Visual Effects (C33) and Digital Game Art & Design (C60)) 
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Architecture (C38)2
- Professional Competency Model
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Common Design & Media Programme (C28)1
- Professional Competency Model
(New Course in AY2023)
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Communication & Motion Design (C30)1,2
- Professional Competency Model
(New Course in AY2023 - Merger of Motion Graphics Design (C66) and Visual Communication (C63))
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Experiential Product & Interior Design (C32)1,2
- Professional Competency Model 
(Interaction Design (C59) has been merged into this course)
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Game Development & Technology (C70)2
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1 Candidates with severe colour vision deficiency may encounter difficulties in some modules with high reliance on colour usage. The candidates may be required to attend an interview to determine their suitability for admission to the course.

2 Course has course-level intake allowance of 50%.

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