Fewer seniors satisfied with life during pandemic: SMU surve

According to survey findings released by the SMU Centre for Research on Successful Ageing (Rosa) on March 3, the number of elderly residents who…

SMU’s interdisciplinary curriculum equips students for a post-COVID world

SMU offers an industry-relevant education that equips graduates with skill sets to adapt and succeed in the volatile, uncertain, complex and…

Enabling Singapore's youths to adapt in an era of climate change

In a commentary, SMU Professor of Organisational Behaviour & Human Resources (Education) Thomas Menkhoff, SMU Associate Professor of…

Releasing equity assets to finance retirement

In a commentary, SMU Professor of Statistics (Education) Kwong Koon Shing discussed how people who are asset-rich and cash-poor may monetise their…

Lawrence Wong: To prevent disruptions, universities need to learn from the industry and collaborate on grooming talents that are in demand by the market

Speaking at The Straits Times Education Forum 2021 on Reimagining Universities, Post-Covid, held in partnership with SMU on Feb 5, SMU President…

Minister: Employers should look at value and skills, not just qualifications

Higher education does not necessarily have to be front-loaded – meaning people may choose to start their working life first before circling back to…

Covid-19 presents opportunity to rethink, revitalise university education

Blended or hybrid models of degree education and accreditation of skills acquired through non-traditional modes of learning are not new…

Tech should be a learning enabler and enhance outcomes: SMU president

SMU President Professor Lily Kong said technology should be an enabler for learning, rather than pushed for its own sake. Instead of focusing on how…

Unis must offer industry-required skills and deepen tie-ups with firms

Speaking at The Straits Times Education Forum 2021 on Reimagining Universities, Post-Covid, held in partnership with SMU on Feb 5, SMU President…

Lawrence Wong lays out 3 areas where universities can do better

As Covid-19 pushes learning institutes to transform, universities in Singapore must disrupt themselves or be forced to do so. Education Minister…