Do you know your Graduation Class you belong to? When you have completed the requirements for the degree programme and recevied your conferment before the Commencement Date in a particular year, then you belong to the graduation Class of that year. If you have not been conferred but you have walked the Commencement ceremony you belong to the Graduation Class of the following year. This is straight forward for most undergraduates but for some who needed to complete a module or two into order to complete the course requirements after the Commnencement Date, then one will belong to the graduation Class of the following year. For those pursuing Postgraduate studies, if you receive your conferment after the Commencement Date then you belong to the Graduation Class of the following year.
SMU Pre-Experience Postgraduate Programme
Under the Pre-Experience Postgraduate Programme arrangement between SUTD and SMU, SUTD students would enjoy the following privileges at SMU when they apply for selected postgraduate degree programmes:
i. SUTD students with a cumulative GPA score of at least 3.5 out of 5 shall be given preferential treatment similar to that accorded to SMU students who meet the specified GPA score, i.e., the admission tests required by the programmes will be waived for such SUTD students. Notwithstanding this, SUTD students may opt to improve their application with GMAT, GRE or other admission test score;
ii. SUTD students will enjoy 10% off the applicable prevailing tuition fees. Notwithstanding this, SUTD students will still be eligible to apply for scholarships to attend the programmes.
The list of eligible courses at SMU include:
• Master of Science in Management;
• Master of Science in Applied Finance;
• Master of Science in Quantitative Finance;
• Master of Science in Innovation;
• Master of IT in Business;
• Master of Professional Accounting;
• Master of Science in Accounting;
• Master of Science in Economics;
• Master of Science in Financial Economics; and
• Juris Doctor