SP Jain School of Global Management at a Glance

Between dips and drinks, the ex-defence officers’ reunion was a great time to bond with course mates. During one of the interactions with a course mates, presently a VP-HR in a leading IT company, I learnt that placement is not just about qualifications or random experience. Sound professional qualification takes you ahead but if you want to go places charting your own impressive path, you need global exposure, a well framed holistic and inclusive business qualification which is in sync with technology and latest practices in the industry. In her bucket list of institutes that has yielded promising professionals, SP Jain stood handsomely with its global MBA courses.

Glorious decade and two, and faring better
SP Jain School of Global ManagementIn 2015, the school was ranked No. 10 in the World’s Best International Business School by Forbes for its one-year MBA program. In 2013–14, it was ranked in the Top 20 Best International Business Schools by Forbes.

The School boasts of four impressive campuses in megacities like Mumbai, Dubai, Sydney and Singapore. It offers innovative educational concept like blended learning, tri-city model, executive education and a Global Family Managed Business program. The students are thus exposed to various cultures and business environments making them global industry ready. SP Jain School of Global Management is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), Australia’s independent national regulator of the higher education sector that provides the School with degree conferring right, thus providing the students with a global exposure and an Australian Degree. The SP Jain School of Global Management offers the following programs to churn the best global professionals with their global programs-

Postgraduate
1. Master of Global Business (MGB) – 16-month program, which includes a four-month internship
2. Global Masters of Business Admission (GMBA) – A one-year tri-city full-time program
Undergraduate
1. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) – 4-year tri-city program
2. Bachelor of Business Communication (BBC)- 3-year twin-city program
3. Bachelor of Economics (BEC) -3-year twin-city program
Executive Education. Centre of Executive Education
The School conducts SPJAT for admission to various postgraduate management programs. The aptitude test is intended to test a student’s calibre and aptitude to enter the Indian and global business world. The forthcoming test for Master of Global Business Program (MGB) for 2017 is on third week of April in multiple cities all across the nation. For more information on SPJAT click on http://www.spjain.org/programs/postgraduate/aptitude-test

The business world across the globe is ruled by global thought leaders and innovators with wide experience of working in various nations across cultures and business environment. Hence, the School introduced its Global MBA program, where every student lives and studies across multiple international cities in Asia, Australia and the Middle East. The program curriculum is shaped to provide insight into most innovative areas of business management globally. It further provides global exposure to future management professionals by providing them hands-on experience where they learn to appreciate, accept and adapt to different business and cultural environments.

The curriculum is designed in a way to engage the students using a wide variety of teaching tools like simulations, online lessons, decision-making laboratories, global immersion exercises, guest lectures, industry sessions, research projects, student boardrooms and interactive discussions. The institute boasts of introduction of a Blended Model of Learning using advanced online tools to deliver foundational and knowledge-based courses to students.
Strong foundation, brighter future
SP Jain’s strong industry connect coupled with the industry centric curriculum ensures that the students are sought out for not only their knowledge and skills but also their attitudes. Last year, the B-School witnessed 78 companies queuing up to hire participants from the batch of 2015 with an average salary of 18.2 lacs. The top hiring firms for the class of 2015 includes Amazon, Asian Paints, Dell, and HUL among others. For detailed report on placement click here-http://www.spjimr.org/pgdm/placements-report-2015

Written by Harita Rawat

Harita Rawat

From donning olives to organising events to shouting loud for the clients in various BTL activation and advertising campaigns.
An event Management Professional, now travelling,learning new cuisines and gaining insight of virtual market and dotcom world….in short a student enrolled in school called life. Always learning,failing,getting up and relearning!

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2 Responses

  1. AJ says:

    This is informative for MBA aspirants. Thanks for writing this.

  2. Nice post, things explained in details. Thank You.

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