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Get The Smu Edge: Make A Difference [Advertisement], Singapore Management University Mar 2004

Get The Smu Edge: Make A Difference [Advertisement], Singapore Management University

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Get the SMU edge, make a difference. Featuring Lim Kong Wee, Steven Miller, Darren Lim, Deborah Ong (PricewaterhouseCoopers), Tan Siang Leng.

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I Love Smu: Heart, Life, Passion, Soul [Advertisment], Singapore Management University Dec 2003

I Love Smu: Heart, Life, Passion, Soul [Advertisment], Singapore Management University

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Celebrating the unconventional, the intriguing, the undaunted. Experience the SMU spirit. Heart: Jenny Foo; Life: Tan Chee Wee; Life: Joven Lai; Soul: Jeremy Nguee; Passion: Richard Ho, Johny Tay.

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Smu: We Are Different [Advertisement], Singapore Management University May 2003

Smu: We Are Different [Advertisement], Singapore Management University

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Cowan is different. He's chosen to study at SMU. Wah Yeow knows the difference. He sees SMU students in action. Steve knows the difference. He heads SMU's School of Information Systems. Su Phin is different. She's an SMU student.

SMU advertisment, featuring Cowan Phan, jumping student, Tan Wah Yeow (KPMG), Steven Miller, Teo Su Phin, jumping student.


Smu: We Mean Business: We Are Different, Singapore Management University Jan 2003

Smu: We Mean Business: We Are Different, Singapore Management University

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We believe it takes a different type of person to excel in the new economy. Which is why SMU is a different kind of university. One with a progressive curriculum, unique teaching methods and a world-class faculty.

SMU advertisments, Ng Peng Fong, Marina Rumi Ibrahim, Elsie Lin, featured students doing hand stand, jumping and back bend.