In July 2014
During Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s official visit to China in August 2013, the Xinjiang Autonomous Government hosted a lunch for him and the Singapore delegation in Kashgar. During the lunch, Professor James Tang, Emily Hogan and Andrew Chin from SMU shared with the Prime Minister about SMU projects in Kashgar. Since 2011 SMU has sent more than 200 students to set-up 3 different cultural centres to help preserve the ethnic cultures.
In May 2014
The ZJU-SMU-NCCU Joint Students Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum was held at Zhejiang University from 2nd to 9th May 2014. There are a total of 49 students in 7 teams representing Zhejiang University, Singapore Management University and National Chengchi University in the Innovation & Entrepreneurship competition. During the one week forum, they explored a variety of business professions through interactive curriculum, simulation exercises and skills development workshops. The students interacted with innovators, business executives and entrepreneurs from standout companies. The students visited various science parks as well as start-up to large companies such as Alibaba. the forum connected three places students, built the friendship and teamwork experience between different cultures.
In July 2013 SMU hosted a team of 67 staff & and students from Zhejiang University (ZJU). ZJU is keen to partner SMU in Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
In April 2013
SMU President Arnoud De Meyer led an 11 member delegation including SMU deans and senior faculty members on a fruitful trip to China. SMU signed 13 MOUs with 5 leading Chinese Universities (Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and Sichuan University) during the trip. The trip was a major milestone in SMU China Initiatives. SMU students were looking forward to the exciting student exchange experiences at these leading universities
Last updated on 22 Oct 2015 .