School of Information Systems partners with China's Zhejiang University to offer 3+1.5 years Fast Track Programme
The School of Information Systems (SIS) at Singapore Management University and College of Computer Science at Zhejiang University (ZJU) have entered into an agreement for high-calibre ZJU undergraduates to enrol in SMU Master of IT Business (MITB) programme after completing their first 3 years of undergraduate studies at ZJU.
SMU MITB (Analytics) DFS Day
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IBF proposes revisions to Financial Industry Competency Standards
SINGAPORE: The Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF) has proposed revisions to the Financial Industry Competency Standards (FICS).This comes after a year-long review to find out if the standards are still relevant in a rapidly evolving financial landscape.
The MITB programme organized a panel discussion to examine the roles and responsibilities played by women in Financial Services Technology & Operations. Panel participants include Sunila Shivpuri, Chief Information Officer (CIO) Private Wealth Management, Deutsche Bank; Ho Lok Pin, Head of Technology Architecture, OCBC Bank; and Jayaprada Putrevu, Executive Director, Asian Infrastructure.
NYSE Technologies and Singapore Management University team up to Strengthen Financial Markets Technology Education
NYSE Technologies, the global commercial technology unit of NYSE Euronext, announces working with SMU's MITB (Financial Services) programme to develop educational labs for hands-on learning experiences with trading processes and technologies.
IT execs urged to take MBA path to CIO's chair
Practice Assistant Professor Michelle Cheong, who is Director of Masters and Professional Programmes at the School of Information Systems, noted that the banking industry is currently looking to strengthen its internal processes and operations and there is growing demand in the sector for technology and operations professionals who understand the banking industry.
Sun, SMU join hands to drive tech for financial industry
Sun Microsystems and the SMU's School of Information Systems will be collaborating on promoting academic and research interactions related to the technology and operational aspects of the financial services industry. Published in the following:
Singapore Management University Banks on Sun Microsystems
SMU SIS and SUN Collaborate to Foster Technology Innovation in the Financial Services Industry.
IT grads with business bent wanted by banks
Banks both local and foreign have taken a hit in the financial meltdown but they remain keen on hiring, especially information technology graduates with a business bent. The trend has been noticed by faculty members at SMU's School of Information Systems, where banks have been asking for the curriculum vitaes of students. And SMU SIS Master of IT in Business (Financial Services) programme is proving the right course for the times.
Simulation Whiz Kids
Three SMU students proved their mettle in business strategy in a cyber simulation game, making it into the GLO-BUS Hall of Fame. The students who formed two companies - Digi Life and Ebson - stood out for their best financial performance. They were crowned Best-Strategy Invitational Grand Champions in December last year, competing among several foreign universities. Andy Yeo, a postgraduate student pursuing the SIS Master of IT in Business (Financial Services) managed Digi Life.
The Colombo Plan (CPS)
Government of Singapore Joint Collaboration which started in 2008, kicked off with a good start with the admission of Mr Kiran Prasad Acharya from Nepal into SMU's Master of IT in Business (Financial Services) programme.
SAS and Singapore university set up training lab Business intelligence vendor, SAS, has together with SMU established a laboratory on the local university's campus.
Grooming IT talent for financial services
SMU's successful Business-IT approach has been expanded to include a master's programme for financial services and two through-train programmes.
A master first for SMU
SMU is the first local university to roll out a new master's degree programme to groom talent for the growing financial services industry. The pioneer batch of 22 postgraduate students embarked on the inaugural Master of IT in Business (Financial Services) course. SIS dean Professor Steven Miller said: "A unique aspect of this programme is that it is co-designed and co-delivered with financial services organisations and the supporting vendor community. These deep connections with the industry mean that the curriculum will always be relevant and responsive to emerging trends."
Last updated on 10 Jan 2018 .