Student Life

Student Development

Learning beyond the classrooms

Student Development

SIM Global Education 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
Singapore University Games (SUniG)
  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.

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

Training Camp
EQuip Leadership Training Camp
  Guitar Club
SIM Guitar Club


Student Testimonials

"I like the feeling of being constantly challenged; it keeps me on my toes. Joining SIM International Affairs Society's Model United Nations programme certainly opened the doors to a whole slew of challenges, and I think I've become the better for it." (2018)

 

"Being a student leader and athlete has honed my leadership and time management skills. I have become a better leader by applying what I learned in the classroom, such as putting organisational management skills into
practice and using the right communication style with my
teammates to bring out the best in them." (2018)

Jonah Foong En Jie

Student, Bachelor of Science (Honours) in
International Relations
University of London, UK

Director for Diplomatic Conferences,
SIM International Affairs Society (IAS)

Scott Driscoll

Student, Bachelor of Arts (Communication)
University at Buffalo (SUNY), US

President, SIM Basketball