Tag Archives: School of Economics

One Internship, Many Life Lessons

Nobody enjoys getting criticised, but how you choose to deal with it goes a long way. Tang Yi Qian, shares how the challenges she faced in her internship had, in turn, offered many valuable lessons.

Student-to-student Tips: Going Beyond Good Grades

To truly experience a well-rounded university life one needs to step outside of the classroom and go beyond the books. SMU undergraduate Toshin Sequeira shares tips on how to sanely balance work and play as a university student.

The Digital Age is Widening the Inequality Gap

Economists have long been concerned about the widening inequality gap between the wealthiest few per cent and the rest of society, but could the digital age further shift the balance of wealth?

My SMU Economics Freshman Year: Karista Khoo

SMU may not have been her top university choice in the beginning, but a surprising turn of events changed SMU Economics freshman Karista Khoo's perspective completely. She shares what her first semester has been like, thus far.

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