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  • Anggara Elizabeth Manurung

    Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Economics), University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

    My turning point came when I represented SIM GE together with two other students and won in the Gajah Mada Business Case Competition (GMBCC) held in my home country Indonesia in March last year.  More

  • Christianto

    Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics and Finance, University of London

    The reason I decide to become a PAL leader in Microeconomics was to help other students enjoy learning economics and equip them with the mindset and knowledge to perform well in this subject… More

  • Ferdian Gunawan

    Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Accounting and Finance, University of London

    One of the most important things that I’ve learned at Google is to never shoot anyone’s ideas down because if you keep shooting ideas down, you will eventually end up with no ideas! More

  • Olga Serena

    Bachelor of Science (Honours) International Business (Top-up), University of Birmingham

    I chose Birmingham’s International Business because it provided me with the knowledge and skill set in managing an organisation. More

  • Violy Purnamasari

    Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Accounting and Finance, University of London

    Student life is the best time to try all new things and to discover our passion and purpose in life. More

  • Maxim Mulyadi

    Bachelor of Business (Management), RMIT University

    At RMIT, I learnt that business management is both a science and an art. More

  • Dony Sukardi

    Bachelor of Computer Science (Multimedia & Game Development) - Teach-Out by Dec 2019, University of Wollongong

    While in school, I gained a lot of exposure to different aspects of the industry. We did many hands-on projects, so it really simulated the working world. More

  • Christina Tjen

    Bachelor of Business (Marketing), RMIT University

    I major in marketing, a dynamic and rapidly-growing profession More

  • Kevin Santoso Budiharto

    Bachelor of Science (Honours) International Business (Top-up), University of Birmingham

    What I like most about SIM is that this institution provides me with a freedom to choose whatever I think is best for me in terms of personal development. More

  • Meiling Thomas

    Bachelor of Business (Management), RMIT University

    People should pick up more skills and socialise more to understand other people's culture. More

  • Sylvia Sutanto

    Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Accounting and Finance, University of London

    The teachers and staff are all professional, friendly and encouraging. More

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