Undergraduate Business

“Why must we do 80 hours of community service?”

As a freshman, Manorama viewed SMU's compulsory community service hours with some cynicism. Three years later, she now has an entirely different outlook towards serving the global community, which has taken her to the Philippines and to India. Find out more about Manorama's acts of community service, and how you can support her work with those living in the slums of Nagwa, Varanasi in India.

All in the family: SMU siblings Koi Foong and Yan Yan

While they were growing up, the Ho siblings were always close, and had various hobbies and interests in common. It was thus unsurprising for Yan Yan to follow in her brother Koi's footsteps when choosing a university. Find out more about their shared SMU experience, and how it contributed to the unique relationship between the two siblings.

All about being a gym instructor

For a fitness buff like Jun Hao, working as a trainer at the SMU Gym is the perfect part-time job. Find out more about his unusual on-campus occupation, and how it has brought him one step closer to his dream career.
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Ask a student: Why SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business?

Life as an undergraduate in our Lee Kong Chian School of Business is one full of unique opportunities to learn and grow — and not just academically, either. Let our second-year student Hubert Ng show you why this is the business school for him.
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Overseas exchange: an adventure of self-discovery

What's the difference between going on a holiday, and embarking on an international exchange programme? Read about the ups and downs of these three SMU students' exchange experiences, and how their perspectives have been shaped by living and studying abroad.
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Paying it forward: Project Sukacita

Project Sukacita is an overseas community service project helmed by those who have received scholarships from the Tanoto Foundation. Pioneered in 2012, this project is an opportunity for Tanoto scholars to give back to society, in concert with the values of their scholarship body.
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