About the Course

Do you love accuracy and attention to the tiny details? Are you interested in creating innovative solutions – like cutting-edge medical tools or high-powered lasers?  Then our Diploma in Digital & Precision Engineering is for you.

Learn about precision engineering, additive manufacturing, digital design and manufacturing, equipment design, engineering processes and process control. The training you receive in this course will help you in research and development, prototype-making and manufacturing. Your skills will be highly valued in important industries, including biomedical manufacturing, aerospace manufacturing and nanomanufacturing.

What’s more, you’ll get attachments with engineering companies, to give you valuable industry experience while boosting your career options.

This diploma is for you if …

You want to learn about precision engineering and how it can be applied to every stage of product development – from design and creation, to tool and component manufacturing.

What You'll Study

  • Career Prospects

    Our graduates are highly sought-after in the tools and components manufacturing industry and toolroom precision machining industry. You can expect a rewarding career in areas such as:

    • Aerospace manufacturing
    • Additive manufacturing
    • Automation and equipment building
    • Biomedical manufacturing
    • Nanotechnology and nanomanufacturing
    • Precision tooling and moulding industries
  • Further Studies

    NYP’s Diploma in Digital & Precision Engineering also opens doors for you to further your education in many local and overseas universities. Our graduates have pursued degrees at:

    Nanyang Technological University

    • Bachelor of Materials Engineering
    • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
    • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Business Minor

    National University of Singapore

    • Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

    Singapore Institute of Technology

    • Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering