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International students play an important role in contributing to the multi-cultural character of SMU. This diverse university population contributes significantly to cross-cultural understanding and allows for a deeper awareness of world issues.
The Diversity, Inclusion & Integration (DII) team annually plans a series of social and recreational programmes to engage our international students. These activities provide opportunities for integration with the university community and are aimed at enhancing your student experience.
SMU Prinsep Street Residences (PSR) is an innovative communal living concept for young studying adults - the answer to the millennial’s desire for open spaces of living and interaction.
Designed as learning and research spaces for the SMU community, SMU Libraries, through its two locations, Li Ka Shing and Kwa Geok Choo Libraries, offers a range of spaces and support the SMU community.
The SMU campus is the first of its kind – designed, integrated and constructed in the heart of a fully developed cityscape.
Purpose-built over 4.5 hectares of prime Singapore land, the SMU campus is surrounded by museums, theatres, educational institutions, art galleries, cafés, restaurants and a range of retail outlets.
The planning and development involved a broad spectrum of professional, community, civic and public groups. The goal was to create a unique city campus equipped to accommodate the new millennium, yet remain connected to the historical origins of this important district.
The Sports Hall is located on Level 3 of the SMU Administration Building. The flexible facility caters to a number of sports activities including archery, badminton, basketball, floorball, handball, martial arts, tchoukball, volleyball and other indoor sports. The Sports Hall also features an 11-metre high rock wall for rock-climbing enthusiasts.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
It's been quite hard because of the country (Singapore) but I've liked it a lot: the University (awesome educational system and facilities, honestly), the so welcoming and friendly people (in spite of what I thought before going) and the beautiful countries I've been able to travel to from there (Malasya, Indonesia, Vietnam...). I wouldn't change a thing.
I really enjoy my time at SMU because the classes are very flexible, and work-life balance is very important to me. I also enjoy the small class sizes and there is a wonderful teacher to student ratio.
Singapore is considered one of the most expensive cities in the world. The cost of living is very expensive, especially the accommodation (apartments, residences...) and social events (clubs entrance, taxi, alcoholic drinks). However, the food is not expensive, food courts are very popular there, where you can find many types of food from several countries for very...