Unlocking Your Full Potential with a Guaranteed Second Major at SMU

In today’s ever-changing job market, possessing cross-functional abilities is crucial. Discover how SMU’s guaranteed second major equips students with the skills they need to stand out professionally.

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10 Reasons Not to Miss SMU Open House 2024

The SMU Open House 2024 is happening on 24 and 25 February. From sample classes and information sessions to exciting student performances and attractive giveaways, here are 10 reasons to join us at the SMU Open House!

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Redefining Healthcare with 4D Printing: The Castomize Journey

With a vision to make healthcare more accessible, effective and less invasive, SMU Business alumnus Abel Teo and his friends formed Castomize to redefine orthopaedic devices using 4D printing technology.

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Transforming PTSD Care: Savyn’s Neuroscience-Based Platform and its Impact on Mental Health

To bridge mental health gaps for those afflicted with PTSD, Savyn emerges with an innovative platform to alleviate their symptoms. Learn how COO of Savyn and SMU Business student, Nicholas Yap, is navigating its entry into the Singapore market.

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From Waste to Innovation: Magorium’s Vision for Sustainable Plastic Recycling

How can disrupting industries combat environmental crises? Discover how Oh Shu Xian, SMU Social Sciences alumna, is revolutionising plastic waste recycling with her pioneering start-up Magorium, and creating sustainable materials for greener roads.

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“The meaning of life is to give life meaning”: volunteering at Assisi Hospice

What's it like to volunteer at a hospice, a place where people spend their final days? While it is commonly assumed that hospices are depressing, our student Margaretha shares that her volunteering journey at Assisi Hospice has had plenty of joys alongside the inevitable sorrows. Read more about why she finds it meaningful to spend time with hospice patients, and to share their final journey.

A triathlete’s journey: Clement Chow

For Team Singapore triathlete Clement Chow, who's pursuing his Master of Professional Accounting at SMU, training and competing in triathlons has provided him with valuable perspectives on time management and the importance of consistent hard work. Read more about Clement's journey to the 28th SEA Games here.

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. Read More

Sailing for Singapore: Terena Lam

Team Singapore sailor Terena Lam first started sailing as a freshman in SMU. Four years on, she's representing Singapore at SEA Games 2015. Find out about her journey, and about the lessons that sailing has taught her. Read More