TEAN: Study Abroad in Singapore

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Spend a semester or summer in Singapore at Singapore Management University. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to experience the country’s diverse and vibrant cultures while enrolling at one of Asia’s top business schools. Founded in 2000 with collaboration from world-class institutions, Singapore Management University is one of the youngest institutions in the world to achieve both AACSB and EQUIS accreditations. The semester-long Asian Studies Certificate program promotes a true cross-cultural learning environment with specially-designed courses focusing on a variety of Asian countries and their politics, language, business practices and development. The campus is conveniently located in the city center within easy distance of art galleries, cafes, restaurants and shops. Outside of class, spend time wandering the city’s many ethnic neighborhoods, participating in a Sentosa Island beach festival or simply relaxing along the water.

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Caroline
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Yes, I recommend this program

My Singaporean Experience

It was an amazing study abroad program. I had the opportunity to meet so many individuals as well as discover Asia. Although it is a small country, there are so many things to do such as go to Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island, Botanical gardens, etc... The hawker markets were also life changing. A lot of them have Michelin stars and are not expensive. If you are traveling on a budget, I would highly recommend to check them out. Pair your meal with a calamansi juice.
In terms of the program, we were assigned two advisers who were there every step of the way from getting out SIM cards to departing back to our home countries. It was great because it was like having parents abroad. We had weekly activities planned to further discover Singapore.

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
There are so many various fruits and dishes that I have never encountered before. However, durian was the most unfamiliar. It has such a strong smell that it is illegal to bring it on the MRT.
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