Guidance From a #GirlBoss: Tiziana Tan believes in the power of teamwork

Being an entrepreneur is not easy. Besides finding the right people to fight alongside you, Tiziana Tan’s personal mantra is to ‘laugh at the odds’. We find out more inside tips from this #GirlBoss who is putting her best foot forward social innovation and impact.

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Adulting 101: Life Lessons I’ve Picked Up as a Student Leader

The idea of bills, work and no play is enough to put anyone off the concept of adulting. Let our student leaders take you through how their experiences are shaping them to conquer the challenges of adulthood.

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Unequal Burdens: How COVID-19 Impacts Working Women

The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2020 states that the gender gap in economic participation will take a staggering 257 years to close. In the times of COVID-19, such gender gap trends are only being crystallised and accelerated. SMU Assistant Professor Aliya Hamid Rao tells us more.

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One Year On With Bryan Tay, SMU Accountancy Freshman

One year on, we’ve caught up with Fenston Lewitt Founder and Accountancy Freshman Bryan Tay to find out how his first year at SMU has been like so far.

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One Year On with Amanda Lim, SMU Business Freshman

We last spoke with Amanda Lim in 2019, just before she had joined SMU. One year on, we’ve caught up with the Business Freshman to find out how she’s been doing this past year.

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这一年(二)

SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business
Let Deckie He Dong take you on a virtual campus tour around SMU's Lee Kong Chian School of Business (including a peek into the MBA lounge!) as he provides his views and impressions of the school. (Written in Chinese) Read More

5 fashion styles you’ll spot in SMU

It’s a commonly accepted fact that shorts and flip-flops are the national attire of Singapore. However, here at SMU we like to do things a little differently. Read on to discover the five fashion styles you’ll spot at SMU. Read More

Dining in the Dark: My enlightening experience

Ever wondered what it feels like to conduct your everyday activities in complete darkness? SMU student Justina Quek gives you a taste of it through this blog post about an event organised by the SMU Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) team, together with the Singapore Association for the Visually Handicapped (SAVH), called Dining in the Dark. Read on to find out how the students in attendance coped with ... Read More

这一年(一)

As a Chinese student, Deckie He Dong shares the experiences and challenges faced during his time in the SMU MBA programme and how the journey has enriched his life. (Written in Chinese) Read More

5 tips to survive under $50 a week at SMU

SMU campus at night
It is Week 7 where most students are busy with mid-terms and project deadlines. If you've been camping out at school thinking your meal options are limited and find that your expenses are only heading upwards, student blogger Damini Roy will surprise you. She shares 5 tips on how you can survive under $50 a week here at our city campus.

The 5 types of SMU students

College usually plays host to lots of colourful characters, and SMU is no exception! Student blogger Kritika shares her tongue-in-cheek taxonomy of SMU students. A must-read! Read More

Top 5 cultural spots around Singapore Management University

Singapore Art Musuem
Art and cultural hotspots are everywhere in Singapore, right at our footsteps—especially since we’re in a school at the heart of Singapore’s bustling cityscape. So in case you’re bored this summer and find yourself in school one afternoon after running some errands or upon completing some school camps, here are five wonderful places you can check out to broaden your horizon.