About the Course

Do you have a flair for design? Or have lots of ideas for new products or how to improve the user experience? Then our Diploma in Industrial Design programme aims to help you create trend-setting products and services to improve people’s lives.  

Industrial designers play a significant role in today’s innovation economy as technology and digital experiences become part of our lives. When conceptualising a new product or a service, you will get to use your understanding of technologies, materials, fabrication techniques and user behaviours to create the perfect solution. You’ll get to research, design, use computer-aided modelling, as well as make and test prototypes. You will also get to try your hand at entrepreneurship as we provide the opportunity for you to test-sell your creations on an online funding platform.

This diploma is for you if…

You wish to play a part in creating technological innovations that will impact future lifestyles and create new markets through consumer products and services.

What You'll Study

What Awaits You?

  • Career Prospects

    Look forward to exciting careers in sectors such as design, advertising and service and product design. Our graduates have found work at reputable companies such as:

    • Creative Technology
    • Electrolux
    • Hewlett-Packard
    • Shimano
    • Nestle R&D Centre
    • Philips Electronics
    • Scanteak
    • OSIM
    • Resorts World Sentosa
    • Chris Lefteri Design
    • Singapore Furniture Industries Council
    • OCBC Bank
    • SingHealth

Further Studies

NYP’s Diploma in Industrial Design opens doors for you to pursue a degree at reputable universities locally and overseas, with some offering advanced standing into their programmes. Our graduates have pursued degrees at the universities below.

  • Singapore

    National University of Singapore (NUS)

    Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

    Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)

    LASALLE College of the Arts

  • Hong Kong

    Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi)

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic Univerisity

  • Australia

    Monash University

    University of Canberra

    University of New South Wales

    Swinburne University of Technology

    Queensland University of Technology

    Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University

  • United Kingdom

    Central St Martins College of Art & Design, London

    Coventry University

    Loughborough University

    Northumbria University

  • Italy

    Domus Academy