5 Scholarships and Grants to Apply for Right Now

With over 400 scholarships, bursaries and financial aid available at SMU, which is the right one for you? We’ve picked the top five most coveted bond-free scholarships and financial aid schemes to consider according to your profile

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5 Reasons to Hangout at Patron’s Day 2018 this Friyay!

What’s up this Friyay? How about some exciting entertainment in the City at our annual SMU Patron’s Day bash, including awesome performances by Joanna Dong, Gentle Bones, Jinx Yeo and many more!

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To Venice and Kassel: Our Study Mission in Arts and Culture

What better way to learn about arts and culture than to visit the very countries where it lives and breathes in the utmost grandeur. Sarah Goh introduces us to the Arts and Culture Management Study Mission in this contributed article.

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My SMU Social Sciences Freshman Year: Chelsea Cheng

From the arts to politics, law and economics, Chelsea’s transition may seem perplexing to some, but the social sciences freshman says the decision was as natural as could be.

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What Can Law Students Gain from Moots?

Participating in moots may be laborious, but the skills acquired is what will give Law graduates that distinctive edge. SMU Law alumna Chow Zi En and Asst Prof Chen Siyuan share their personal insights on the world of mooting.

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5 Totally Unexpected Questions in a Job Interview and How to Ace Them

Whether it’s an internship or that dream job, being ultra-prepared for the all-important interview is the first step to wowing prospective new bosses. Apart from the usual suspects, here are five quirky questions that could be asked in an interview, and how you could showcase your top traits when fielding them with panache. read more

Coping with Anxiety

It's not unusual to feel the heat when having to juggle multiple activities and looming deadlines. Here are some tips to help you listen to your body and avoid letting the anxiety become unmanageable. read more

Seeing the Rohingya Crisis as a Whole

Is international interference really helping in the resolution of the Rohingya crisis? Or will international pressures on Aung San Suu Kyi and Myanmar further aggravate a highly complex and delicate situation? read more