Overview of International Trading Track
SMU launched the International Trading Track (ITT) in July 2006, with the objective of grooming young international trading talent in Singapore. ITT is offered through the School of Business as a specialisation under the Finance major. The track equips SMU undergraduates for careers with companies operating in the trading value chain. This includes organisations involved in trading, shipping, logistics, trade finance, and maritime services amongst many others.
"Asia is increasingly becoming the centre of global trade flow, and Singapore is well-positioned to seize the opportunity due to its continuous expanding role as an international launch pad for traders wishing to venture into this region and anchor their presence here."
Profession Annie Koh, VP
Office of Business Development and Academic Director of International Trading Institute at SMU
Overview of Maritime Business Operations Track
The Maritime Business Operations Track (MBOT) is a multidisciplinary programme offered by the LKCSB in partnership with ITI@SMU. Customised to meet the talent needs of Singapore's maritime sector, SMU students looking to be a part of Singapore's ever-growing maritime industry will gain a firm foundation in business operations alongside the essential knowledge and contextualized skills relevant for maritime related roles.
a. Excellence awards and scholarships
b. World-class lecturers
a. Local site visits
b. Company visits
c. Overseas exchange
d. Programmes and industry study missions
Practical Work Experience
a. Local internships
b. Subsidies for overseas internships to Copenhagen, Dubai, Shanghai and more
a. Keeping close to the pulse of the trading and maritime sector through industry partnerships
b. Network opportunities
c. Learning from the experts of the industry
Industry readiness through a broad-based curriculum
Students can apply for the International Trading Track (ITT) and Maritime Business & Operations Track (MBOT) at any point in their academic term.
As students with declared majors have priority in the bidding of courses, students are strongly encouraged to declare their majors as early as possible. Please also note that the online declaration function is not available during BOSS periods.
Learn more about the experiential learning opportunities as well as the credit and non-credit courses which undergraduate get to select under the two tracks