The Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) is a leading provider of higher education and professional training in Singapore. It was founded in 1964 as a not-for-profit management institute, a spin off of the Economic Development Board. SIM accomplishes its mission of education and lifelong learning through three distinct educational arms, each catering to a specific market segment of learners.
SIM Membership, as the backbone of SIM, boasts close to 50,000 individual and corporate members. SIM Membership provides an effective nexus for members to network through a wide range of programmes and activities. Members also have privileged access to SIM's management library resources, research and other information on the latest management thinking and business practices. .
SIM University is Singapore's only private university and its mission is to create excellence in lifelong education through a uniquely-designed learning experience that equips learners for a better future. Home to more than 14,000 students, SIM University adopts a flexible and practice-focused learning approach and offers more than 60 academic programmes in various disciplines. Eligible students taking SIM University's undergraduate programmes enjoy government subsidies and access to government bursaries, tuition fee loans and study loans. SIM University is a not-for-profit university and the SIM University Education Fund has been a Singapore 'Institution of a Public Character' (IPC) since September 2005.
Over 11,000 professionals benefit annually from the vast selection of short executive training programmes offered by SIM Professional Development. Its customised in-company training programmes help companies optimise effectiveness in various fields of management and human resource development