SMU CAMPUS

A modern city campus, SMU's location in the financial, cultural and historical epicentre of Singapore and therefore close proximity to business organisations provides our students with opportunities to interact and exchange ideas, knowledge and resources.  The campus is well-connected island wide by a comprehensive public transportation system.  It is also the first campus to have a train station (Bras Basah MRT) right at its doorstep. Students study in a wirelessly connected learning environment equipped with the latest high-tech teaching and learning tools. The seminar rooms are purpose-built, in a tier horseshoe shape to stimulate and encourage students' interaction and participation in class  - a hallmark of SMU's famed unrivalled interactive pedagogy. Read here for more details about the city campus.

 

Breaking Ground For New School Of Law Building

A new chapter in the success story of SMU and the University’s School of Law began on 20 January 2014, with the ground-breaking ceremony for the School’s own building, which is to be built at the open space between Armenian Street and Canning Rise. The building is expected to be completed by 2017.  A key feature integrated into the new building is the Kwa Geok Choo Law Libray, named in memory of the late Madam Kwa Geok Choo, wife of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.  The 2,600 square metres Law Library will take on a distinct architectural form that is reminiscent of a pearl.  It will seat more than 500 people, and will be fully equipped with modern technology and wired for legal research in the 21st century.  Also housed within the Law Building will be the David Marshall Moot Court, the SMU Pro Bono Centre and other research centres. Read more.

 

Click on the video links below to explore the various parts of SMU's city campus.

Seminar Room

Li Ka Shing Library

Gymnasium

Concourse

Campus Green

Hostel

Administration Building, Sports Hall, Swimming Pool