SP Jain School of Global Management: News & Events
Placements: SP Jain Reports International Placements for BBA Students; Average Package Ranges Between AUD 50,000 to AUD 60,000
January 20, 2021: SP Jain School of Global Management, one of the renowned multi-city based management institute has confirmed successful placements for its Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students. More than 80 per cent of students who have chosen to continue in Australia after completion of the programme have secured jobs in the leading firms across the globe. This includes Samsung, The Kellogg Company, KPMG Mauritius, SBI Australia, Remondis, Naritas Finance Australia, Khoros Australia, Lyka Pet Food, AMP, Walsh Bay Partners, and UM Australia among others. Though 94 per cent of the total offers constitute to media and marketing fields, 6 per cent of students forayed into the entrepreneurship.
With the average salary package ranging between AUD 50,000 to AUD 60,000, the school has announced that the 2020 batch is all set to begin in a significant global way with further job offers from many leading business hubs - Dubai, India, Singapore, the USA and the UK. While some of the students have chosen to enter the family business, the remaining ones have enrolled for the master's programme.
SP Jain Global's BBA programme is a four-year multi-city programme in which students live, learn and work in at least three of the world's leading market capitals. The class gathers students from all over the world. Students from over 15 countries including India, Mauritius, Vietnam, Dominica, Spain, Korea, Egypt, Austria, Armenia, China and Russia were the part of the most recent graduated batch.
SP Jain Global’s Bachelor of Data Science Programme Ranks #1 in India
November 27, 2020: SP Jain School of Global Management's Bachelor of Data Science (BDS) programme has appeared at the top of the annual Data Science Education Rankings of the Analytics India Magazine (AIM), India's leading publication of data analytics.
The ranking is calculated from scores across several parameters such as course pedagogy, faculty profile and credentials, gender diversity, faculty to student ratio, graduation outcome, external relations, placement assistance, ROI, brand value and student review. With top scores in pedagogy and course structure, faculty profile and credentials, and faculty-to-student ratio, this latest ranking places SP Jain ahead of more established data science courses in India.
The BDS is a three-year multi-city bachelor's programme at the SP Jain School of Global Management aimed at training the next generation of innovative data scientists and analysts. From finance and healthcare through communications and advertisement, students master the most cutting-edge skills required to manage, distil and analyse data for industries. Programming languages such as Python and R and big data applications such as Hadoop are used in the course curriculum. This course is intended to train students for jobs in a broad range of industries as well as for Master's programmes in Data Science with a focus on extracting value from data.
SP Jain Global’s Master in Global Luxury Goods and Services Management Course Paves the Way for Careers with International Luxury Brands
October 27, 2020: SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global), known worldwide for its top-ranked Global MBA programme, has reported 40% of successful internships for its Master in Global Luxury Goods and Services Management (MGLuxM) Class of 2019-20. What is noteworthy is that students haven’t even graduated.
MGLuxM programme is offered by SP Jain School of Global Management in joint efforts with Europe’s no 1 Luxury management institute MIP Politecnico Di Milano based out of Milan, Italy. By first learning about the Indian luxury market, and then gaining exposure to European luxury in the capital of luxury and design, Milan, students get an incredible experience. The school also organises field trips to other European cities such as Paris, Champagne, Geneva, Neuchâtel, La Chaux de Fonds and Florence, as well as classroom sessions.
Companies from different sectors such as Beauty (25 per cent), Consulting (25 per cent), Jewellery (20 per cent), Real Estate & Home Decor (10 per cent), Fashion & Retail (10 per cent), Accessories (5 per cent) and Wines & Spirits (5 per cent) are the top recruiters. In other positions and profiles, such as content writing, PR, research analyst and business development, the Sales & Marketing profile was most hired for, and students also secured internships. SP Jain Global has a close relationship with market leaders such as Reliance Brands Limited, Estée Lauder Companies, Sotheby's International Realty, Mercedes-Benz, Gucci, Brindco Pvt Ltd, Outhouse, Audi India, Amrapali, Diageo, Nykaa, as well as new brands such as Mahesh Punjabi Associates, Luxury Abode, Luxury Ampersand Frolics, Mitesh Lodha, among many others.
SP Jain School of Global Management reports 50% growth In enrolments for its Executive MBA offering
September 9, 2020: Although MBA registrations have fallen worldwide due to the Covid-19 crisis, the SP Jain School of Global Management reported a stupendous increase of 50 per cent in student admissions for its Executive MBA programme. The programme is delivered through a dedicated proprietary Engaged Learning Online technology (ELO) and the significant increase in students' admissions is testimony to the successful adoption of this technology.
Not just India, but students from across the globe have applied for admissions. It includes international destinations such as Australia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and the USA. Students have an average of over 13 years' experience in the fields of the automobile industry, banking, finance, engineering, hospitality, IT, etc. Recently, the EMBA curriculum of SP Jain School of Global Management has been updated to incorporate a number of technology courses within the business curriculum to address the evolving need of modern organisations. EMBA is an 18-month programme.
Faculty members will be able to deliver the lectures using a robotic camera that will track their move. There will be special one-on-one faculty-student interaction sessions, similar to conventional classroom methods, for individual attention.
SP Jain Introduces Flexible Learning Options to its Global MBA Program
August 14, 2020: In the light of Covid-19 challenges, SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain) today revealed new flexible learning opportunities in its leading Global MBA Program. The choices for the students now are:
- Start the program online (Term 1) and continue on campus in Sydney and Singapore/ Mumbai (Terms 2 and 3). SP Jain has termed this option as its new ‘Borderless Global MBA’.
- Study in Dubai (Term 1), Sydney (Term 2) and Mumbai (Term 3). This option is ideal for students looking to pursue employment opportunities in India.
In addition, for those willing to study in Dubai, Sydney and Singapore and explore foreign career opportunities, the School will continue to offer the initial tri-city model.
SP Jain School of Global Management Introduces a Flexible BBA Programme
July 22, 2020: SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain) announced the introduction of its Bachelor of Business Administration program (BBA) with a new range of training opportunities. Such choices are meant to accommodate students and guardians, who have different priorities for learning and travelling amid the global pandemic due to Coronavirus.
SP Jain, which has campuses in Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore and Sydney, said today that students who sign up for its BBA program could choose which campus they would like to study at. They may consider a year or two in Mumbai, Dubai or Singapore and travel to Sydney for the final two years. Or they may choose to spend all four years of the program exclusively in Mumbai and Dubai, and still graduate with an Australian degree.
Recently, SP Jain has also introduced a new high-end on-line research platform for students who are not willing to go to college. It helps students to decide significantly depending on their interests.
The SP Jain President reveals that the School will also continue to deliver the initial tri-city model to students who wish to study in Mumbai / Singapore, Dubai, and Sydney and choose to explore graduating jobs in Australia. More than half of all BBA students of the School earned jobs with an average starting salary of AUD 55,000 in Australia in 2019 and most of the others in Dubai, Singapore, India and other countries within four months of their training.
Admissions for the BBA are currently open with classes expected to commence in September 2020.
July 5, 2020: One of world’s top-ranked and renowned Global MBA institute, SP Jain School of Global Management, Lower Parel, hosted a webinar inviting, prominent industry leaders, including cricketer Harbhajan Singh, celebrity fashion photographer Dabboo Ratnani and celebrity makeup artist Mickey Contractor to discuss possibilities to overcome challenges posed to various industries due to Coronavirus pandemic. The session witnessed active participation of over 275 industry professionals and students.
The talks with all participants were positive and concluded that businesses would strike back and come back to usual working capacities given the difficulties when transitioning to the new trend.
Smita Jain, Director, Master in Global Luxury Goods & Services Management at S P Jain School of Global Management, said, “The panel was an attempt to understand and discuss the realities and nuances of the effect of Covid-19 and find effective ways to overcome the impending crisis together. Our panel members shared insightful observations with regards to their respective industries, and the feedback we received was extremely positive. The luxury sector is definitely looking at new strategies and to becoming more adaptive, eventually, all brands will be making certain adjustments depending on product and geography to have a clear road map for the future."
Institute Organises Webinar on Assessment of COVID-19 & Its Impact on Global Luxury Businesses
April 20, 2020: SP Jain School of Global Management hosted a Power Panel Webinar inviting the prominent luxury leaders across the globe. The webinar aimed was at discussing the impact of the current global crisis on luxury business worldwide. In context to the discussion, the panel stressed the key developments in the global luxury industry that could set the stage for a potential new age.
India to occupy a coveted top spot in the global automobile production space
China accounts for 29 per cent of world’s total automobile manufacturing. Considering the current situation, the automobile sector is likely to shift some part of the manufacturing business to India, which only accounts for 2.9 per cent. The move will possibly put India on the global automobile map because it possesses a potential effect on long-term employment and the economy.
Domestic leisure travel to be the saving grace for the hospitality and aviation industries
With so many restrictions placed by countries on international traveling, domestic corporate travel can also take a hit depending on the country's state of business. However, domestic entertainment is expected to rebound rapidly and will help the sector rebound from the pandemic.
In-store luxury experiences will continue to dominate in the post-COVID world
While most sectors are shifting to digital means of shopping, the need of luxury brands can not be fulfilled online. The industry experts believe that digitalisation of luxury brands is just a temporary solution. While brands understand the need to be omnipresent, most retailers claim that experience in shops tends to dominate the pandemic of luxury shopping.
Conscientious, responsible luxury is the future
The industry is now experiencing a change in customer behaviour that aims to encourage a more healthy way of life by gradually gravitating toward conscious and responsible luxury. This has driven businesses and manufacturers to try smoother, environmental and creativity-friendly production lines. Luxury brands concentrate on catering for healthy consumption and easy living while preserving their exclusivity and premium price.
SP Jain School of Global Management Conducts Session On Connect Between Neuroscience and Leadership
November 15, 2019: Director Neuroscience Lab & Associate Professor of Marketing SP Jain School of Global Management, Lower Parel Dr Nicolas Hamelin delivered a session on potential for the quantification of leadership skills through brain research and psyche. The event witnessed active participation of students and leaders from over 60 corporates across the industry.
Dr Hamelin talked extensively about how neuroscience can greatly enhance one's understanding of leadership and growth. He also talked about the neuroscience as the new frontier in marketing research and its effect on the hiring, learning and assessment of leading organizations. This workshop helped students and business leaders to explore the connections between neuroscience and advertising and the workings of neuro-marketing. Dr Hamelin addressed the study and use of tacit or subconscious product mechanisms during the workshop. During this session. He also highlighted the key characteristics of the SP Jain Neuroscience Laboratory that provide an active and comprehensive understanding of consumer behaviour based on advanced neuroscience concepts and tools.
An interactive demonstration of the biometric platform of Imotions followed the talk. This is used as a tool for measuring and predicting visionary leadership and entrepreneurial skills and has been well received by both students and corporate participants.
Faculty of University of Massachusetts Boston Conducts Finance Workshop at SP Jain School of Global Management
November 14, 2019: Lawrence Pohlman, Faculty of Finance and Engineering with the University of Massachusetts Boston recently hosted a master class on Regime Switching Methods in Finance at SP Jain School of Global Management.
Most investment analyst use this method for active investment management. Designed by engineers, it is primarily used as a model for business cycles using macroeconomists. This operates by detecting signs signaling significant changes in the market and by switching between the regimes of the high return and low returns which helps to build an efficient portfolio. The Master class was useful for all Data Science students in an environment that is more and more data driven. The programme itself is designed to improve individual skills, so that data-oriented research, visual and advanced analytics can be carried out using the acquisition and management of all types of data.
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