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Higher Education – Trends, Disruptions & the Future

3 mins readUpdated on Jun 28, 2022 14:35 IST

The last two years of the pandemic have been a watershed moment and Covid19 has forever transformed the landscape of higher education. How impactful will this transformation be is yet to be realized. However, experts across the world believe that there are a range of macro trends influenced by the pandemic, and which will be instrumental in shaping the future of Higher Education and learning. 

While the pandemic reduced travel of all sorts across the globe and restricted access to conventional learning systems, there were dramatic changes on the design and delivery of learning. In terms of psychosocial factors, there were serious concerns on mental health challenges due to the forced adaptation of remote learning, and remote work. 

The pandemic has forced every institution to consider online and hybrid versions. Traditional institutions have been forced to innovate with tacit support from the regulatory bodies. This adoption of blended or hybrid models has accelerated over the last two years. Not only have faculty and students discovered and become attached to new ways of engaging with one another, the flexibility of being able to move between remote and in-person experiences will help institutions minimalize disruption and ensure continuity of course delivery through future crises.

Q:   Is SP Jain School of Global Management worth it?

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SP Jain is regarded as one of the top MBA and management schools in Mumbai. However, it has fierce competition from other reputable institutions in the city.

Recognized as one of India's leading business schools, SP Jain is renowned for its emphasis on entrepreneurship and global perspective. Its campuses are located in Dubai, Sydney, Mumbai, and Singapore.
A variety of management programs, including an MBA, an Executive MBA, an Executive Management program, and specialty master's degrees, are available at the Mumbai campus.
SP Jain is frequently listed among India's top 10 business schools. According to NIRF rankings, it was placed #6 among private B-schools in 2022.
The institution is well-known for its international exposure, thanks to its study abroad and exchange programs. It also accommodates students from abroad.
With more than 10,000 alumni worldwide, SP Jain boasts an impressive network. Many alumni run their own businesses and serve as worldwide organisation leaders.

Q:   How is SP Jain School of Global Management for the Masters in Global Business programme?

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As per the latest placement report, 48% of the MGB batch passing out in 2023 received international opportunities. Further, the highest package and average package offered were INR 48.84 LPA and INR 19.84 LPA, respectively. All the important details related to SP Jain School of Global Management placement 2023 for MGB are mentioned below:

ParticularsMGB Placement Statistics (2023)
the highest packageINR 48.84 LPA
Average packageINR 19.84 LPA
International placements48%
Popular recruitersChristian Dior, Gallega Global Logistics, Asian Paints

Q:   Is SP Jain School of Global Management, Lower Parel good for MBA?

A:

The institute has released the 2023 placement statistics for the Master of Global Business (MGB) and Global MBA. The the highest package offered to Global MBA and MGB batches 2023 were INR 72.83 LPA and INR 48.84 LPA, respectively. Further, the SP Jain School of Global Management average package for Global MBA and MGB stood at INR 32.11 LPA and INR 19.84 LPA, respectively. In addition to this,  48% of MGB and 54% of Global MBA students received international placements. Amazon, BNED Loudcloud, Aramex, Bosch Global, and many other renowned companies participated in 2023 placements. 

The pandemic has brought new and existing learning tools into the mainstream. Institutions and instructors previously resistant or indifferent to tools such as videoconferencing, team-based systems, virtual classrooms, learning platforms and apps, have come to rely on those tools as essential ingredients in their work. Even wider adoption can be expected in the road ahead.

The adoption of new technologies brings with it the need for faculty buy-in, training and support. Ongoing investments in faculty development, including remote capabilities for instructional design and technology support, will be needed to ensure faculty skills and literacy keep pace with ongoing technology advancements.

Another interesting disruptive trend is the transition and acceptance among different stakeholders from a conventional degree based on talent pipeline to a skill focused talent pipeline based on the concept of micro credentials and Nano degrees. 

Q:   Is SP Jain School of Global Management, Lower Parel a regular college?

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The SP Jain School of Global Management, located in Lower Parel, is not a standard regular college. It is a corporate institution that provides specialized management training. Through a variety of degrees, including the Master's and MBA, as well as additional executive education courses, the institution focuses on offering worldwide business education. The SP Jain School of Global Management has a distinctive teaching approach that combines in-class instruction with outside initiatives, industry interactions, and international immersion experiences. It differs from a traditional college because of its emphasis on practical knowledge and exposure to other cultures. It's important to remember that SP Jain School of Global Management is certified and esteemed for the quality of its business school offerings.

While it may be difficult to see now, there are some potentially positive developments for learning in higher education that will ultimately emerge out of COVID-19 pandemic. In the long term, these changes will contribute to the overall trend of higher-quality teaching and learning across the postsecondary ecosystem, a shift that we are witnessing across a diversity of institutions.

We might see changes in how we use technology, and how students use technology engage in both curricular and co-curricular activities. We might see radical alternatives to the traditional college model, and we might see fundamental shifts in how college education is funded and delivered. Experiential learning and lifelong learning relationships with higher education institutions is likely to become the norm rather than the exception.

One of the most exciting developments has been in research on the science of learning. This new information about how students learn will influence the future pedagogical enterprise. The science of learning is based on the findings of a broad range of interdisciplinary research on cognitive and brain science. There is a prediction that colleges and universities will in fact continuously evolve their teaching structures to better align with research on learning. Aligning teaching with the lessons and ideas from learning science will lead to a more inclusive, more equitable, more personalized, more just learning environment for all students.

Over time, higher educational institutions are likely to shift from transactional methods of instruction toward a more relational approach to learning. A steadily increasing proportion of educators might be trained in, and adopt, inclusive pedagogical methods for their teaching. The proportion of foundational courses that are designed around lectures and high-stakes exams might begin to give way to courses designed around blended delivery methods, with greater emphasis on formative assessments and active student engagement. Conventional classrooms are likely to give way to more flexible learning options.

Whatever the future looks like, there is hope that it will be led by a commitment to understanding and adapting the institutional structures to how students learn in an equitable and inclusive environment that enables all students to succeed. In these difficult and uncertain times, the ability to look forward to a better future for students and for higher education is more critical than ever.

About the author

Dr Christopher Abraham, is Professor and Head of Campus (Dubai) at SP Jain School of Global Management

 

 

Note: The views expressed in this article are solely author’s own and do not reflect/represent those of Shiksha

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Answered 3 weeks ago

The MBA programme at the Lower Parel-based SP Jain School of Global Management typically has 40-50 seats available per intake, making it a small cohort program. A rich learning atmosphere is fostered by the limited enrollment, which guarantees each student a personalized and intensive educational jo

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Nidhi Kumari

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MBA is not only having a Degree, its a journey where you learn from your Professors, Colleagues and Curriculum.

Having an MBA from SP Jain School of Global Management will help you study with the best and learn from the best. Also sit for Placements end of the day. But do remeber, your past Job exper

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Dipen Shil

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The institute offers BBA and Bachelor of Data Science programs. BBA is a 4-year program. Candidate must have passed class 12th with 70% marks and have studied in English medium. Candidates who have not studied English have to possess a valid score in the English Proficiency test.

Candidates need to a

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Dipen Shil

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SP Jain School of Global Management is an Australian business school that provides modern, relevant and practical global business education. With campuses in the dynamic business hubs of Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore and Sydney, SP Jain is renowned for offering multi-city undergraduate and postgraduate p

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Dipen Shil

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Hi.SPJGM Mumbai offers four undergraduate, three postgraduate and one doctoral course. The institute also offers five partnership or professional courses. The most popular courses of SPJGM are Global MBA and full-time MBA courses along with the special online courses which include Premium Learning O

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Dr. Uma Sinha

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Answered 2 months ago

SP Jain School of Global Management offers various courses at the UG and PG level. The table below showcases MSc and MA course from the table presented below:

CourseTotal Tuition Fee
MAIBINR 38.99 lakh
MGLuxMINR 19 lakh
MscHBL (HIHB earlier)INR 35.13 lakh
EMBAINR 14.86 lakh

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Indrani Choudhury

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Answered 2 months ago

Greetings,

The institute have many global recruiters from countries such as Australia, Dubai, India, Singapore.The highest salary offered was Rs. 33.5 Lacs per annum (approx.) in 2020 and the average was INR 19 Lacs (approx)

The top recruits of 2020 were The Kellogg Company, KPMG Mauritius, BOSCH, UM

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Nmuhammad Mubarak

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The cost for studying BBA in SP jain school of global management is about INR 15.5 lakhs. They offer the studying experience of a premium college and the placements in SP Jain School of Global Management are good. Check shiksha webiste for more pdated information. 

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