Caught between his interest in two undergrad programme offers, SMU Business freshman Norman Tay had a tough decision to make. At the end of the day, it all came down to planning for the future.
What better way to learn about arts and culture than to visit the very countries where it lives and breathes in the utmost grandeur. Sarah Goh introduces us to the Arts and Culture Management Study Mission in this contributed article.
Deciding which city offers the best in higher education? This enviable list of traits is reason enough to put Singapore at the top of your list!
The Accounting Study Mission to Hong Kong allowed its participants to immerse themselves in the cultural and commercial environment in Hong Kong, while experiencing the nuances of the day-to-day life of their locals.
ASM Japan participant Lin Jiayan gained much knowledge outside of the classroom through her ASM experience in Tokyo. She shares her experience.
ASM Japan participant Chew Jing Kai shares the key lessons that he gained from the mission.
The Big Apple is certainly a “concrete jungle where dreams are made of”. A melting pot of the arts, dining, shopping and start-ups, it was no doubt a huge eye-opener for Cheyenne and fellow SMU students on their business study mission New York trip.
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.
Farah Natalya, SMU undergraduate seeking a double degree in Economics and Finance, speaks to Value Penguin about her experience within her programme and what she's planning to do with her professional future. She is expecting to ... Read More
Senior Credit Suisse banker Mary Ann Gabriel already works with some of Asia’s wealthiest entrepreneurs. So why did she decide to start an EMBA?