How Do You Decide Which Career Path Is The Best For You?

‘What do I want to do after graduation?’ It’s a question that most every undergrad will ask themselves at some point. SMU Career Champions shares 3 questions that can help you find the right career path.

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From the Eyes of Our Beneficiaries: Fond Memories From StarringSMU

We hear from undergraduate Lee Jin Pin on how volunteering with starringSMU (SMU’s largest and longest-running student-led community service project) in her freshman year has impacted her thus far.

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What the MBA Programme Must Do To Stay Relevant

With a multitude of ways to hack your way to success, it seems traditional MBA programmes are facing fluctuating applications alongside digital disruptions.

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Heart Coding: These Students Are Helping Underprivileged Youths Level Up in Coding

Seeing the growing importance of having basic coding skills in this digital age, Zul and Manfred decided to start Project Heartcode—an initiative focused on introducing underprivileged youths to the world of programming.

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We’re Not Talking About E-Waste Enough; and That’s a Problem

Plastic waste has been a widely discussed topic in recent times. But there’s another growing problem that we need to talk about—and that’s e-waste. We speak to SMU Prof Shantanu Bhattacharya to get some sense of why this is a problem that deserves much more awareness.

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A Finger Lickin’ Good Trip to Ho Chi Minh City

As part of her SMU-X overseas trip, Katrina Inumerable had the chance to head to Ho Chi Minh. From delicious meals to meeting SMU alumni in Vietnam, and having the chance to work directly with KFC Vietnam, it was most certainly one Finger Lickin' Good trip! Read More

Rice to the Occasion: David Chen

Meet David Chen, 35, COO and co-founder of Golden Sunland, a rice company he co-founded in 2016 with Peng Jingkai, 37. When it comes to rice, David is in familiar territory but it is also his calling and passion. Read More

When K-pop Becomes Your Business

Three young K-pop fans in SMU quickly recognised the business opportunity that a global fanbase presented. SMU Accountancy student Janessa Sim and her partners decided to set up an online marketplace selling fan-made K-pop merchandise—KpopKart, designed as a one-stop solution to buy and sell K-pop merchandise for fans from anywhere in the world. Read More