#AskASenior: How should I choose an overseas community service project?

An overseas community service project combines two of the hallmarks of the SMU undergraduate experience: social responsibility and global exposure. With so many recruitment drives and info sessions taking place, how does one decide which OCSP to take up? In this post, a Project Pendeza veteran shares some helpful tips.

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Summer Stories 2015: My road to becoming a music artiste

Originally tone-deaf, SMU’s business student and 11th president of BONDUE Hubert Ng spent this past summer pursuing his dream of recording his own music album.

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My photography passion: from a hobby to a fully-fledged business

When Amanda Goh first took up photography, she was only 10 years old. Today, she co-owns a business that specialises in wedding photography, and shoots 2-3 weddings every month. Find out what it’s like to run your own business while still in school, and how she balances the challenges of entrepreneurship with the pressures of day-to-day undergraduate life.

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Innovation Coaching

In the age of disruptive innovations, it becomes critical to overcome barriers towards creativity and innovation. Find out how innovation coaching can help.

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IS480: A rite of passage

In SMU’s School of Information Systems, every student has to complete an intensive final year project that requires working with real corporate clients on live projects and use cases. In this post by the Best IS480 project team (AY2014/2015), find out more about how they conquered multiple challenges to deliver a quality product which impressed all who tested it.

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Spreading my wings in Singapore

For Indonesian MBA student Indah, the SMU MBA has been instrumental in enabling her to build contacts and gain cross-cultural learnings. Find out more about her journey in this blog post. read more

Summer Stories 2015: Global exposure, without leaving home

This year, SMU launched the inaugural Global Summer Programme. In this four-week intensive Asian-focused initiative, students from around the world converged on Singapore for a power-packed combination of high quality academic learning and transformative cultural experiences. Find out more from one of the programme participants. read more

All in the family: Jack Sai, third-generation kopi stall operator

There are many with strong opinions on how best to conserve Singapore's hawker heritage, but few who are already doing so first-hand. Take a look behind the scenes of a kopi stall with Jack Sai, an SMU alumnus who serves up a mean cuppa every weekday at his family's business in Amoy Street Food Centre. read more