SMU Accountancy student Ng Yan Lun decides to try his hand in the local sports scene while on exchange in France. After passing the try-outs, he continued to play volleyball and tchoukball in various French competitions for one season.
Spurred by the difficulties faced during his own experience studying abroad, SMU alumnus Melvin Lee decided to set up Flying Chalks to help better the study abroad experiences for international students worldwide.
Europe is perennial a favourite when it comes to student exchanges. But for undergrad Yuveen Suresh, he decided to take the road less travelled at exotic Peru.
The world is shrinking. In today's hyper-connected global village, having some form of international experience can be beneficial in every aspect of our lives. SMU alumni Low Wen Chun and Denise Lim share more.
New environment, new learning style—it's quite a lot to take in at one go, much less having to juggle a double degree and scholarship requirements at the same time. SMU Economics and Business alumna Farah Natalya shares her tough but highly rewarding ... Read More
Want to personalise your MBA experience? Dr Ang Ser Keng, SMU’s Academic Director of MBA programmes, tells you how.
A chance visit to Harvard University for the Harvard College in Asia Programme 2017 was a one in a million experience for SMU Social Sciences undergrad Charlotte Kwang. Here's what she learnt about living in a global community.
SMU alumna Shereen Aziz-Williams' tireless efforts in tackling social division in the UK is an important lesson in conviction and empathy for all.
ASM Japan participant Chew Jing Kai shares the key lessons that he gained from the mission.
From traditional kimonos to the metropolitan crossroads of Shibuya, an overseas exchange to Japan is not quite complete if you don't experience living like a local. SMU undergrad, Leonard Neo, shares his experience with us.