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4 Dec 2015

Singapore Management University (SMU) to Redevelop

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With due regards from reputed Study Singapore Educational Consultancy it is known that the Singapore Management University (SMU) expediently announced plans to redevelop their city campus, so as to simplify space crunch and bring back the buzz to the civic district.

It is also revealed that $20 million project which would professionally start in August and end in 2017, would efficaciously add more teaching and learning spaces. They convey that the centre piece would be a 240-seater amphitheatre on the green space between the National Museum of Singapore and the Singapore Art Museum that would expediently utilizied for open-air performances.

According to latest resources say that a three-storey fitness centre and co-curricular centre with glass facades would rise next to the green. The university is also studying the possibility of including a jogging path that would thread through the professional campus.

SMU President conveyed that the reputed university was committed to offering adequate and flexible learning spaces, as well as collaboration and recreational spaces that meet the needs of its students. The campus plan drawn up 15 years ago when the popular university opened their doors focused to cater 6,000 beneficial students. The student numbers have since swelled to 8,800. As a result some programs are conducted in the evenings and on Saturdays.

The professional members convey that the new facilities, centred round the campus green, would also permit the university to increase their engagement with the larger community.

According to Study Singapore Educational Consultancy it is suggested that by 2017 when the project is completed, the Campus Green would be a ‘playground’ where students, stakeholders, and members of the public would interact and mingle. It is through performances, fitness activities and sports would be excelled. It is so confident that SMU Campus Green could become the pulsating heartbeat for prosperous students.