SMU Business undergrad, Marvin David De Santos takes us through his recent SMU-X overseas trip to Manila—a land full of growth, opportunities and development, yet deeply rooted in its Filipino heritage.
Embarking upon an overseas exchange programme is probably one of the most parts of being a student. We speak to some SMU seniors to find out some of their top tips for maximising your exchange experience.
With little to no experience in the travel industry, SMU alumnus Steve Sng started OWNRIDES in Taiwan with the aim of solving an information asymmetry problem through technology. Today, OWNRIDES handles close to S$1 million worth of ... Read More
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.
In our highly interconnected and fast-changing world, we can't afford not being global-minded anymore. Here are four ways to help you become true global citizens.
You can't fully learn about a country until you've seen it for yourself. For SMU Business undergraduate Muhammad Razeef, the ASEAN-India Student Exchange programme was an eye-opener and has since changed his perception of the ... Read More
Becoming a global citizen takes more than a mere visit to the top tourist attractions and learning the local language. Assoc Prof Roy Chua shares 4 areas to be mindful of while trying to be a citizen of the world.
Three weeks, three cities, two cultures. SMU undergraduate and Samba Masala member, Perry Teo, shares his many firsts performing on the global stage with fellow Sambistas.
Before making the transition from student to career professional, take the chance to get out there and celebrate with a short grad trip. Here are our suggestions for destinations that won't break the bank.
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.