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  • Deborah Lim

    Associate Lecturer, SIM Global Education,

    According to the American writer Alvin Toffler: ‘The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.’ SIM offers many continuing education and training opportunities for its faculty, so I try to attend as many of these training courses as I can. The workshops on leveraging technology and blended learning are especially beneficial in making my lessons more effective, and that makes the SIM community a rather dynamic one.
  • Ow Jia Ming

    Bachelor of Science in Economics and Politics, University of London ,
    Director of Diplomatic Conferences (2018), SIM International Affairs Society

    Being involved in running the SIM International Affairs Society, I have learnt the art of international diplomacy, leadership, communication and negotiation skills. Gaining insights into global affairs and managing people have also made me a more mature person. We all have a role to play to make the world a better place; there is no limit to what an individual can achieve.
  • Indra Singam

    Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance, University of London,
    Vice-Captain, SIM Women’s Dragonboat

    My time in SIM has inculcated in me values beyond what textbooks can offer. I learnt endurance, perseverance, leadership and teamwork; qualities that are essential for my character and career development. Being able to pursue both my studies and passion in sports has helped me grow, both inside and outside of the classroom, and made me more confident as a student and sportswoman.

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