SP Business School
Designing Business. Defining Tomorrow
Business School Leaders complete 4 days 3 Nights Leadership Camp
50 full-time students from DBKF and DAC (Year 1 – Year 3), together with 2 lecturers – Ms Sylvia Liong & Mr K.K. Tan, embarked on a 4-Day Study Trip to Indonesia, Jakarta from 19th – 22nd September 2017.
When you enter Disney, you enter a world of magical wonders and possibilities that enthral both the guests and the cast members.
ICAEW South East Asia Business Challenge 2017: SP Accountancy awarded the Most Collaborative Team Award.
The 4D3N personal leadership camp from 5 to 8 June 2017 at Kota Tinggi, Malaysia, was attended by 50 students from ABE, SD and SB, accompanied by lecturers and facilitated by aspen3. The 7 habits were reinforced and applied via indoor and outdoor activities, workshops, treks and kayaking. Students had a wonderful time of learning and bonding, culminating in a campfire on the last night.
A group of 26 SP’s Diploma in Human Resource Management with Psychology (DHRMP) students went on an exciting study trip to Hong Kong from 19 – 24 September 2016.
Sean, Ivan, Marcus and Samuel shared their life-changing experience during their 2-week Overseas Social Innovation Program in Thailand.
57 full-time business students from Diploma in Banking & Finance and Diploma in Financial Informatics (Year 1 – Year 3), together with 2 lecturers – Ms Sylvia Liong & Mr K.K. Tan, embarked on a 4-Day Study Trip to Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur during the Semester Break from 20th – 23rd September 2016.
A total of 42 students were selected for this trip, of which 33 students are from the Diploma in Accountancy (DAC).
Having the opportunity to attend the Cool Japan Seminar (CJS) 2015, held in Hachinohe from 25th of April to 2nd of May.
DBKF student Wei Hao share his LEX experience in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, helping housewives increase productivity in their cottage industries.
Let me share my journey with you...
In Sep 2012 some 19 students from Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) and Diploma International Business (DIB) and six students from Guangzhou embarked on a journey to the prestigious Beijing Tsinghua University for an immersion program.
DIB Student Ms Krystal Tan returned from her study trip to india with interesting insights!
9 September 2012 – 1 October 2012
Having the opportunity to be able to undergo internship in Finland for 6 months has been a dream come true. (By Mildred Sim, DTRM Year 3)
SP Business School students taking the Diploma in Tourism and Resort Management (DTRM)
have opportunities to shoot off to every corner of the world for their internships.
Class DTRM/FT/3A/04 DTRM/FT/3A/05 DTRM/FT/3A/06 DTRM/FT/3A/07
Contributed by: Vinni Goh Mei Xiang, Ng Zhen Yuan, Maybelline Lim & Marcus Keck (DBF year 2)
KHOO KIAN KOON of DTRM/FT/3A/03 shares his insights
A group of 15 Banking & Finance students went to Hong Kong to learn more about China in the world economy and the role that Hong Kong plays as a financial and logistics hub in the Pearl River Delta.
On 8 March, 35 students from Diploma in Financial Informatics (DFI) travelled to San Francisco, California for an enterprise immersion program. The objective of this trip was for students to be immersed in American culture and learn about entrepreneurship.
Friendships were formed and stronger bonds fostered between DTRM Year 2 students at Le Grandeur Palm Resort for 6 days. The immersion programme not only taught students etiquette of F&B and Hotel Operations, but helped students to make new friends – as the DTRM Family.
A group of 23 Diploma in Tourism & Resort Management (DTRM) students left for the USA to begin The University of California Riverside Walt Disney World International College Programme.
SP student glad about helping residents in typhoon-affected Philippine community
A group of 39 Diploma in Human Resource Management with Psychology (DHRMP)students went on a study trip to Hong Kong, from 10 – 16 September, to gain first-hand experience on the social, cultural and economic developments in Hong Kong, as well as, to learn about its human resource (HR) practices and challenges.
During the March holidays, our students embarked on a journey to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam and collaborated with four Vietnamese colleges for their Overseas Social Innovation Project (OSIP).
Excitement filled the hearts of the twenty of us from SP Business School who were ready for our Overseas Internship Training Program (OITP) at Suzhou and Shanghai in March-April 2012.
5 students from the Singapore Polytechnic Outstanding Talent (SPOT) programme set off to attend the Harvard Model United Nations Conference (HMUN) 2012 at Boston, Massachusetts.
During the term break, students from the Diploma of International Business(DIB) left for a learning program at Beijing.
During the term break, students from the Diploma of International Business(DIB) left for a 3 week program at the University of Washington.
Come March 2012, forty students from the Diploma in International Business will be in Vietnam as part of the 3-week Social Innovation Project.
A group of 40 students from the Diploma in Banking and Finance and the Diploma in Financial Informatics went on a study visit to Hong Kong.
On 2 May 2011, DTRM Year 2 students commenced their 1-week residential hospitality training at Le Grandeur Palm Resort, Johore, Malaysia.
This is my first time travelling to a place so far away from home, my first time taking a flight, my first time living alone, my first time experiencing snow, and my first time working in a different environment from home.
A group of 33 students from SP Business School went to Malaysia to learn about Islamic banking and finance in Oct 2010.
16 second-year students from the SP Business School went to Suzhou and Shanghai in China for the China Seminar cum Industrial Training Programme from 8 March to 16 April 2011.
The programme was well oversubscribed when it was marketed initially to the DBA Year 3 students in early January.
A group of 40 DHRMP students embarked on a study tour to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to learn about the country businesses, human resource and employment practices.
Diploma in Tourism and Resort Management (DTRM) Year 2 students went on a life changing learning tour at Mercure Johor Palm Resort in Malaysia.
Six unanimous echoes of "AWESOME" from our participants from the Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) course on the Immersion Programme at the Suzhou University, China.
Year 3 students from Diploma in Accountancy (DAC) took an enriching journey to Shanghai, China for their overseas ITP.