Student Life

Student Development

Pursue Your Dreams

Student Development
Active participation in tertiary and national competitions

SIM Student Development supports the artistic and athletic pursuits of our students. We believe that art inspires creativity and expression, while sports builds mental toughness, resilience, teamwork and resolve as key qualities for life.

There are ample opportunities for you to take on leadership positions to contribute to the vibrancy of our campus. As you do so, you will begin to define your own distinctive leadership style, take ownership of the responsibilities that you assume, and gain greater self-awareness.

Harvard National Model United Nations
SIM GE Delegates at Harvard National Model
United Nations in Boston, US
  Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games
Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games

Be it joining our sports clubs and participating in the Singapore University Games (SUniG) and Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games, or showcasing your talent on the stage through our arts and culture clubs, our co-curricular activity programmes fuel positive life-long experiences that will help you to lead a balanced student life at SIM GE.

Choose from over 70 clubs and student councils covering sports, arts and culture, international student communities, leadership and development, and special interests groups.

Training Camp
Leadership Training Camp
  Guitar Club
SIM Guitar Club


Student & Graduate Testimonials

"Being a student athlete taught me to cope with my school work and training as it requires a lot of self-discipline and time management. It has also helped to widen my social circle as SIM Basketball Club is a good platform to meet new people from different walks of life."(2016)

 

"I don’t want to simply graduate. I want to give it my all. Both in touch football, which I really enjoy, and in my studies. I want to excel in both aspects and SIM GE gives me a wonderful platform to achieve the perfect balance."(2016)

 

"Your hard and soft skills are what matter in the end, and these are the things that you can’t learn from your textbooks. What you get out of SIM GE is something of real value, not just a certificate that you’ll be graduating with."(2016)

Bryan Gregory Kor
Student, Bachelor of Business
RMIT University, Australia
Vice-captain, SIM Basketball Club
Recipient of SIM Sports Award (Flame of Excellence)
Leow Sue Yee
Student, BA (Communication) University at Buffalo (SUNY), US Vice-captain,
SIM Touch Football Club
Khairul Fahmi
Graduate, BSc (Hons) in Marketing University of Southampton, UK Executive Committee Member, SIM Data Analysis Club