Private school students usually focus on getting a degree in the shortest time time possible, but this is not the case at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM).
More than 60 per cent of its 16,500 full-time students take up activities outside the classroom, such as sports, co-curricular activities, internships and exchanges.
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