Board and Members

Board Of Directors

  • Mr Chen Gan Pin
  • Mr Goh Ming Feng
  • Mr Hu Hai Quan
  • Mdm Lim Ah Choo
  • Mr Oh Choon Gan

Academic Board


  • Dr Chua Soo Pong
  • Dr Chua Yun Ying
  • Mr Koh Ren Jie Jeremy
  • Mr Michael Gaspar
  • Mr Nelson Kwei
  • Ms Sheila Ngalimen
  • Mr Toh Ban Sheng
  • Mr Toh Ser Khoon

In order to maintain academic integrity, adhere to strategic aims and uphold standards, SRMC has set up structures to monitor and review academic processes and developments as well as to implement reform.

The Academic Board was established by the Board of Directors as the executive body with the authority to develop, establish and review the policies and procedures pertaining to the courses offered by SRMC. The role of the Board shall not be limited to overseeing existing courses but shall also include the development of new courses and other academic developments that will further the academic status of the college.

The responsibilities of Academic Board:

Required for the Academic Board under the Singapore Private Education Act and the University of West London:

Developing the policies and procedures to ensure academic quality and rigor such as:

  • Ensuring that the content and duration of the modules or subjects, as well as the entry and graduation requirements of the course are appropriate; and
  • Approving the deployment of teachers based on the requirements stipulated by the CPE;

To review and approve the design and development outcomes of all new courses / programmes / modules;
To provide relevant information and guidance on current developments in the respective discipline(s);
To review and approve all outcomes / recommendations resulting from Course / Curriculum Review process;
Facilitating the PEI to implement and comply with the policies and procedures developed;
Reviewing, at least once a year all academic policies and procedures;
Developing academic standards;
Research and scholarship;
Advise the Board of Directors on issues relating to the College’s mission and strategy;
Monitor the management of the academic standards of awards and identify actions and targets as necessary;
Monitor the management of the student learning experience and identify actions and targets as necessary;
Establish and maintain a learning, teaching and assessment strategy.

Examination Board


  • Dr Chua Soo Pong
  • Dr Chua Yun Ying
  • Mr Koh Ren Jie Jeremy
  • Mr Michael Gaspar
  • Mr Nelson Kwei
  • Ms Sheila Ngalimen
  • Mr Toh Ban Sheng
  • Mr Toh Ser Khoon

The Examination Board is responsible for ensuring that academic standards are maintained through fair and rigorous assessment procedures. It is charged with the development, implementation and review of all assessment procedures.

The responsibilities of Examination Board:

Required for the Assessment/Examination Board under the under the Singapore Private Education Act and the University of West London.

The Examination Board will be in-charge of the development of examination and assessment procedures, such as develop and facilitate the implementation of procedures to:

To ensure reliability, validity and fairness of all assessment papers;
To conduct moderation of examination and assessment marks;
Handle appeals from students with regards to the examination or assessment matters;
Ensure the security of examination scripts and answer scripts;
Ensure the proper conduct of examinations and assessments;
Define and ensure the proper discharge of duties and responsibilities of invigilators and markers;
Determine Consider all matters relating to the progression and awards to individual students;
Assure academic standards of pathways; and Analyst overall student assessment performance;
Review assessment methods and frequency.

Management Council


  • Dr Ho Kah Leong
  • Mdm Wong Kwok Leong
  • Mr Liao Chung Lik

The role of a Management Council Member is to:

  • Advise with regards to the formulation of corporate strategies and the actions necessary to sustain and develop such strategies.
  • Ensure the overall corporate strategies agreed upon by members are implemented, monitored, and evaluated on a periodical basis.
  • Act as a representative, informant and responsible decision maker in the interest of key stakeholders.
  • Receive, consider and advise on reports from Committees and/or any working groups established by the School.

Business Structure

View an overview of SRMC’s organisational structure here.

Executive Committee / Management Team

View the profiles of SRMC’s Executive Committee here.