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Learning beyond
the classroom

SMU LifeLessons is a learning framework that takes you beyond the classroom, on a transformative journey that helps you uncover your personal values and purpose, and prepares you to be your best, for others.

Shape Your Journey

 

An invaluable experience
that makes a difference.

SMU LifeLessons is designed to holistically nurture our students towards becoming self-directed learners, trusted leaders and responsible global citizens.

Explore our Framework

 

3 easy ways to get started.

 

Embark on a journey of uncovering what matters most to you. To guide and inspire you, we've developed a range of tools for reflection, ideation, and goal‑setting.

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Join or initiate a co-curricular activity or community service project and experience the SMU LifeLessons framework with a team.

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Get advice from our staff on how you can shape your learning journey according to your personal interests and aspirations, and enrich your university experience.

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Last updated on 21 Jul 2017 .

What some are saying about SMU LifeLessons

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"It’s a good reminder for me to start a new journey of self-discovery and commitment to myself, and to others. "
participant at
freshmen team building camp 2015
"We endeavour to bring about that difference in you so that the education you receive is one that will make a positive contribution to your family, your community, and to the world. "
Prof. Arnoud De Meyer
President, Singapore Management University
"It is really good because we get to understand a lot more about our new friends, and from there, we’re able to communicate better. "
participant at
freshmen team building camp 2015
"Education needs to be for a larger purpose, and that purpose needs to be beyond oneself. "
Prof. Ong Siow Heng
Former Dean of Students, Singapore Management University
"It provided time to reflect on what we hold onto as beliefs and principles, something that we rarely do in today’s world. "
participant at
freshmen team building camp 2015