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94% of our SMU graduates secured employment before
graduation and within the first six months of graduation.*


Application for AY2017/18 intake will open in Oct 2016.

*Source: Graduate Employment Survey 2015

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PROGRAMMES

Bachelor of Science (Economics)

Bachelor Of Science (Economics)

The BSc (Econ) is a full-time four-year direct meritorious honours programme. Students will need to complete 36 courses, an internship and a community service programme.

Master of Science in Applied Economics

Master of Science in Applied Economics

The Master of Science in Applied Economics is an intensively-taught, part-time programme by coursework.

Master of Science in Financial Economics

Master of Science in Financial Economics

Master of Science in Financial Economics is a degree by course work with a full-time programme delivered over 10 months.

PhD in Economics

PhD in Economics

The PhD in Economics is a research degree programme designed to equip graduates with rigorous knowledge of economic analysis and applications for diverse careers in academia, industry, public sector and international organizations.

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News

Opening career paths for the disabled

9 Jul 2016

SMU School of Economics student Alister Ong was featured in a Straits Times article abou


Opening career paths for the disabled

9 Jul 2016

SMU School of Economics student Alister Ong was featured in a Straits Times article abou


Opening career paths for the disabled

9 Jul 2016

SMU School of Economics student Alister Ong was featured in a Straits Times article abou


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