Tag Archives: OCSP

SMU Business: Meaningful Lessons, Experiences and Friendships Aplenty

SMU business undergraduate, Asnawi Jufrie made the biggest decision he's ever made five years ago to join the Lee Kong Chian School of Business. Indeed, his journey has been nothing short of diverse and exciting. He shares his top five takeaways of meaningful lessons, experiences and friendships.

Protecting Predators of the Sea with SMU LKCSP Scholars

"Meaningful impact" can come in many forms. For this group of LKCSP Scholars, a trip to Lombok showed opened their eyes to the brutal reality of the shark fishing industry. Through the Dorsal Effect, they learn more about these deeply misunderstood 'predators' of the sea.
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Venturing into Wanderland

Ngoc Internship in Atlanta
The myriad of global exposure opportunities at SMU was a big factor for Ngoc in her university selection. From overseas community service projects to summer internships in Atlanta, US, here's what her learning journey has been like.
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Would You Follow Me if I Went to Singapore?

A quick Google search on "Singapore" and Kyung Pyo's bags were packed, heading from the cold winters in South Korea to the warmth of Singapore. impulsive, perhaps. But this SMU accountancy undergraduate says it was the best decision he's made on his own.
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3 Reasons That Got Me Started on My SMU MBA Journey

Anshuman Chaturvedi MBA Graduate
For SMU MBA graduate Anshuman Chaturvedi, it seems just like yesterday that he was in a state of dilemma on which MBA school to pursue. Today Anushman looks back fondly at the reasons that have taken him from India to Singapore for an unforgettable SMU MBA journey.
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#AskASenior: How should I choose an overseas community service project?

An overseas community service project combines two of the hallmarks of the SMU undergraduate experience: social responsibility and global exposure. With so many recruitment drives and info sessions taking place, how does one decide which OCSP to take up? In this post, a Project Pendeza veteran shares some helpful tips.
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“Why must we do 80 hours of community service?”

As a freshman, Manorama viewed SMU's compulsory community service hours with some cynicism. Three years later, she now has an entirely different outlook towards serving the global community, which has taken her to the Philippines and to India. Find out more about Manorama's acts of community service, and how you can support her work with those living in the slums of Nagwa, Varanasi in India.

Paying it forward: Project Sukacita

Project Sukacita is an overseas community service project helmed by those who have received scholarships from the Tanoto Foundation. Pioneered in 2012, this project is an opportunity for Tanoto scholars to give back to society, in concert with the values of their scholarship body.
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