Back after a 3-year hiatus, the fully in-person SMU Open House 2023 promises to be SMU’s biggest and most exciting one yet. From sample classes, info sessions to amazing giveaways, here are 10 reasons why you cannot miss this event of the year.
Did you know that entrepreneurship accelerates economic growth, innovation and social changes? Hear from multi-hyphenate and serial entrepreneur Inderjit Singh as he shares more on the art and science of entrepreneurship.
Recognising the important role education plays in society and the global economy, SMU is committed to providing equal educational opportunities to students who desire to achieve their full potential.
Have you aspired to be a quant, and do you have what it takes to ride the waves in the fast evolving finance industry? Find out how SMU’s Fast-Track BBM-MQF allows you to graduate with a ... Read More
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2022, SMU organised a panel dialogue featuring outstanding SMU alumnae Anna Haotanto, Sandra Lam and Wong Dan Chi. Hear from the powerful leadership trio as they dish out words of wisdom.
The sharp rise in financial crime worldwide has driven up demand for financial forensics talent. Hear from SMU adjunct faculty Charles Li and SMU Accountancy undergraduate Angel Peh on highlights of the SMU ... Read More
Covid-19 is causing unprecedented disruptions not only to businesses, but also to PMETs working across different types of job roles and industries. Check out these six tips on how one can build career resilience amidst global ... Read More
A rigorous master's degree programme can help you develop domain expertise while building credibility – a must for accelerating one's climb up the corporate ladder. Here are top programmes you can consider, hand-picked to fast-track your way to a ... Read More
The idea of being one’s own boss is the ultimate dream for many who feel like cogs in a corporate machine. Find out why SMU MBA graduate and Dean's List recipient Daryl Png went against the grain to go from ... Read More
In good times, one may have to give up on decent remuneration, promotion opportunities and business travels to pursue a postgraduate degree. Correspondingly, such opportunity costs become significantly lower during a recession. Dr Themin Suwardy, ... Read More