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S P Jain Global Announces New International Campus In London

November 10, 2022: The S P Jain School of Global Management, which has a 1-year Global MBA programme that is recognised among the top 12 in the world, today announced the opening of a new international campus in London.

S P Jain Global Announces New International Campus In London

November 10, 2022: The S P Jain School of Global Management, which has a 1-year Global MBA programme that is recognised among the top 12 in the world, today announced the opening of a new international campus in London.

The S P Jain London School of Management (SPJ London) will expand on The S P Jain Global Group's commitment to global business education and give UK and international students the option to study in London as well as at S P Jain's other campuses in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney, and Mumbai.

The new campus will be situated in Canary Wharf, the centre of London's financial, economic, and technology district. Canary Wharf, formerly a hub of maritime trade, is now a flourishing centre of commerce, culture, and retail. Global financial behemoths including HSBC, Barclays, JP Morgan, Citibank, American Express, and Credit Suisse will be only a few minutes away from the new campus.

"People always ask me, 'Why London?' since students desire to attend London universities!” Simple. In only the past year, the number of students interested in studying in the UK has risen. We put the needs of the students first and will do everything it takes to enhance their educational experience. Why not London, too? Nitish Jain, founder and president of The S P Jain Global Group, says that GMT 0 is what he refers to as the centre of our planet earth.

By the middle of 2023*, SPJ London will start offering a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Students who complete these programmes will receive UK degrees that have been accredited by the Office for Students, Department for Education, UK.

SP Jain Global Students Design ELO Technology For Hearing Impaired

May 24, 2022: The SP Jain School of Global Management, ranked #12 by Forbes, has released ELO 5.0, a follow-up to its award-winning ELO Technology. This current version, which includes a number of cutting-edge technologies, allows students with low bandwidth to join in and attend online sessions without the system stopping or disconnecting.

Some of the other notable features of ELO 5.0 are:

  • A new speech-to-text feature that students can use based on their learning preferences. This is also beneficial for hearing impaired students who can access classes with greater ease
  • Notifications about classes and lessons even after students have logged out of ELO
  • Auto adjustment of streaming quality based on internet bandwidth
  • Students can chat privately with faculty mid-lecture to solve doubts and ask questions

ELO (Engaged Learning Online) is a specialised and unique online learning platform that allows instructors to make eye contact and communicate with students in an environment akin to a physical classroom—even in a class of 70 people. It was released in late 2018. The platform, which is the first of its type in Asia, combines artificial intelligence, big data, emotion detection technologies, and robots to provide students with an exciting real-time online learning experience.

The ELO Room, a physical studio where lecturers conduct their lessons, is at the heart of the technology. Twenty large-screen TV monitors are arranged in an arc in the ELO Room. Professors may see students seated in the front row of the classroom when they log in. Professors can move freely, keep eye contact with students, respond to their visual cues, manage conversations, and more in the ELO Room, which is equipped with a robotic tracking camera.

SP Jain Global Invites Applications For Executive MBA Programme

May 4, 2022: Today, the SP Jain School of Global Management, a Forbes #12 business school, reported a 400% increase in registration for its Executive MBA (EMBA) programme.

The SP Jain EMBA programme is a part-time 18-month programme designed for busy and experienced managers who want to advance to leadership positions within their organisations. SP Jain's patented Engaged Learning Online (ELO) technology, which provides a real-time and immersive classroom experience, is used to deliver the programme virtually.

Recent batches have students from 15 different countries, including India, Australia, Italy, Malaysia, the Middle East, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Zambia. A typical batch has an average of roughly 12 years of work experience and has held a variety of middle to senior management positions. A batch of students contributes over 600 years of managerial and functional skills to the classroom, enriching the student learning experience.

Top industries include automation, aviation, real estate, education, healthcare, and hospitality. Employers of this batch include leading companies such as Mahindra & Mahindra, Electricity & Water Authority (Bahrain), Panasonic, Visa, Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Ernst & Young, The Himalaya Drug Company, Nokia, and Hewlett Packard. 

International Salaries Soar For SP Jain’s Master Of Global Business Students In 2021

April 21, 2022: The Master of Global Business (MGB) programme at the SP Jain School of Global Management, a Forbes #12 ranked business school, has reported remarkable employment outcomes. The MGB programme is designed for students who have prior job experience, with an average of one year of in-class work experience.

The highest overseas offer for the programme increased by 15% to INR 39 lacs, up from INR 34 lacs previous year. In 2020, the average foreign salary was INR 25 lacs, up from INR 18 lacs in the previous year. Over half of the students were offered full-time positions by top companies in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. 63 percent of the school's students also participated in overseas internships.

Top international recruiters this season include leading companies such as Amazon, KPMG, Bayer, Landmark Group, Aramex, Michelin, Lenovo, DSV, Network International, Movado Group, Westcon, Agility, Redington Gulf, Kantar, Sharaf DG, StoneX, TIER Mobility, iMile and Global Shipping & Logistics.

Unilever, Henkel, IBM, Aditya Birla Capital, Micron India, Thermo Fisher, Blackberrys, McKinsey and Co., TIAA, Cedar Consulting, Cognizant, Accenture, Johnson and Johnson, Steer Advisors, IBS Intelligence, First Cry, and L&T Infotech made offers to students who chose domestic placements. TruKKer, Indegene, Azentio, Fero.Ai, and Westcon are among the start-ups and tech companies that have recruited students at the programme.

With 26% of students joining IT companies, financial firms, and last-mile delivery apps, the technology sector earned the top spot. Consulting (9%), logistics (7%), retail (6%), and BFSI (6%), were the other main industries. General management positions accounted for 18% of the offers, with consulting, marketing, operations, and project management following closely behind.

The MGB is a full-time 16-month master's programme with a 4-month overseas internship requirement. It is available in two different learning modes. Students can spend four months at each of SP Jain's campuses in Singapore, Sydney, and Dubai, or spend four months in Singapore and the rest of the programme in Dubai, where they will receive internship and job placement support.

SP Jain Global Launches Its First Global Hackathon

April 20, 2022: Registration for the annual Global Hackathon 2022 has opened at the SP Jain School of Global Management, a Forbes #12 ranked business school. This one-of-a-kind event, hosted by HackerRank, will take place on April 22 from 3 to 5 pm and is accessible to students aged 16 to 19.

The event is intended to bring together young coders and tech wizards from all across the country to put their skills to the test, develop innovative solutions, and address real-world problems. SP Jain Global will provide enticing prizes to the top three competitors.

Students of SP Jain's Bachelor of Data Science (BDS) programme organised the Global Hackathon 2022. The three-year full-time undergraduate programme is meant to enable graduates to undertake data-driven investigations and visual and advanced analytics using a variety of data sources. Students will gain a thorough understanding of data science and the tools for analysing quantitative and qualitative data to arrive at answers as a result of this curriculum.

SP Jain Global Receives Slew Of High Rankings In The Australian QILT 2021 Graduate Outcomes Survey

February 11, 2022: In terms of percentage of international student employment, the SP Jain School of Global Management, a Forbes #12 ranked business school, has outperformed every university in Australia (full-time). The general employment rate, labour force participation rate, and median wage were the other variables. In three of the four employment outcomes, SP Jain surpassed the university average by a substantial margin when compared to the 40 Australian universities across all disciplines. SP Jain has superior employment results in Business & Management than the global student sector averages on all measures. SP Jain had the second-highest full-time employment rate and the fifth-highest median income among the 32 private providers surveyed.

The QILT surveys are the most comprehensive government-sponsored learning and teaching surveys in Australia. The information gathered from these surveys supports students in making educated judgments about their higher education options by bringing together data from all Australian institutions concerning students' experiences and graduate employment outcomes. Students can make comparisons across institutions based on the results of hundreds of QILT questions completed by current and former students and graduates. A range of factors are included in the polls, including satisfaction with face-to-face interactions, computer access, graduation salaries, and employment results. The Graduate Outcomes Survey 2021 is a study of recent graduates four to six months after they graduate.

In 2021, the school stated that over 80% of its BBA graduates who stayed in Australia after graduation found full-time jobs with average beginning wages of AUD 55,000. Companies in the United States, Dubai, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, and Colombia also made offers to students.

SP Jain Global Receives Slew Of High Rankings In The Australian Quality Indicators For Learning And Technology (QILT)

February 10, 2022: In terms of percentage of international student employment, the SP Jain School of Global Management, a Forbes #12 ranked business school, has outperformed every university in Australia (full-time). The general employment rate, labor force participation rate, and median wage were the other variables. In three of the four employment outcomes, SP Jain surpassed the university average by a substantial margin when compared to the 40 Australian universities across all disciplines. SP Jain has superior employment results in Business & Management than the global student sector averages on all measures. SP Jain had the second-highest full-time employment rate and the fifth-highest median income among the 32 private providers surveyed.

The QILT surveys are the most comprehensive government-sponsored learning and teaching surveys in Australia. The information gathered from these surveys supports students in making educated judgments about their higher education options by bringing together data from all Australian institutions concerning students' experiences and graduate employment outcomes. Students can make comparisons across institutions based on the results of hundreds of QILT questions completed by current and former students and graduates. A range of factors are included in the polls, including satisfaction with face-to-face interactions, computer access, graduation salaries, and employment results. The Graduate Outcomes Survey 2021 is a study of recent graduates four to six months after they graduate.

In 2021, the school stated that over 80% of its BBA graduates who stayed in Australia after graduation found full-time jobs with average beginning wages of AUD 55,000. Companies in the United States, Dubai, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, and Colombia also made offers to students.

SP Jain Global’s Executive MBA Programme Wins ‘New Age Institutions Providing Online Degree’ Award

January 20, 2022: At the Education Innovation Awards 2022, sponsored recently by Entrepreneur India, SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global), a Forbes #12 ranked business school, earned an award for its Executive MBA programme in the category "New age institutions delivering online degree."

SP Jain's Executive MBA programme is an 18-month part-time programme for working people. Students can study on weekends at SP Jain's campuses in Dubai and Singapore, or study online using the company's unique Engaged Learning Online (ELO) technology, which provides a real-time and immersive classroom experience.

The Executive MBA's online cohort saw an increase in applications from numerous Indian locations as well as overseas destinations such as Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Oman. As a result, it connects students to a global, multicultural network. Participants typically have over 10 years of work experience and come from a variety of reputable Indian and international companies, including Amazon, Deutsche Bank, Siemens, Philips Electronics, CITI, Roche Diagnostics, Glenmark, Bharat Petroleum, Larsen & Toubro, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, ICICI Bank, and Ashok Leyland LLC.

SP Jain Alumnus Returns To Campus To Hire MBA Students

January 12, 2022: Gaurav Biswas, an alumnus of the school's Global MBA programme (Class of 2010) and the Founder and CEO of TruKKer, has made offers to outgoing MBA students from SP Jain's Class of 2021, according to the Forbes #12 ranked business school.

Students have been hired for a variety of positions, including product owner, product manager, analysts, and other development positions, and will be based in Bangalore, India. These students will go through a rigorous training programme and receive experience in a variety of TruKKer marketplaces.

TruKKer is the Middle East and North Africa's (MENA) region's first technology-enabled truck aggregator and largest digital land freight network. It transports cargo for more than 500 enterprises and thousands of retail customers. TruKKer has used technology to disrupt the land freight market in MENA in recent years. TruKKer entered the Indian market in 2021, and the TruKKer Engineering Centre in Bangalore helps the company innovate and create new opportunities throughout the supply chain.

"I've always wanted to give back to my alma university, and hiring my juniors felt like the perfect way to accomplish it. As a result, I chose to engage with SP Jain Global to organise an on-campus recruitment drive as part of TruKKer's overall recruitment plan, which focuses on increasing the company's intellectual capital and diversifying its workforce" Gaurav said

SP Jain Global Student To Join 2023 Cohort Of Schwarzman Scholars

December 13, 2021: Manthan Shah, a fourth-year BBA student at SP Jain School of Global Management, has been selected for the Schwarzman Scholars 2023 cohort, one of the world's most coveted graduate fellowships. Manthan will travel to Beijing in August 2022 as a Schwarzman Scholar to begin a one-year master's programme in global affairs at Tsinghua University's Schwarzman College.

The admissions committee chose 151 Schwarzman Scholars from 33 countries and 106 universities from a pool of over 3,000 candidates. A former Australian prime minister, a Malaysian senator, a New Zealand foreign minister, chairpersons, CEOs, and MDs from major international corporations, and the dean of Schwarzman College are among the interview panellists.

Applicants for the prestigious fellowship are judged on their ability to lead and bridge political and cultural divides between China and other countries. Manthan will join an elite group of individuals that includes a winner of NASA's design competition, an award-winning journalist, a delegate to the most recent UN General Assembly, a scholar who founded his own spacecraft systems company at the age of 15, and several candidates for the Forbes 30 under 30 list.

"I am grateful to my teachers at SP Jain for the help and guidance they provided during the selection process," Manthan Shah stated of his achievement. I'm interested in learning more about the relationship between sustainable finance and public policy. This distinguished scholarship will allow me to explore further into these themes while also introducing me to a great group of global leaders. This will significantly assist me in achieving my goal of assisting India in achieving its net-zero carbon emissions target by 2070."

Manthan will have access to prominent international teachers and global thinking leaders during his time in Beijing. Through lectures, internships, mentorships, and workshops, he will acquire unparalleled exposure to China and industry access.

SP Jain UG Students Receive Job Offers From Australia

November 15, 2021: SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global), a Forbes #12 ranked business school, reported today that its Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students have continued to receive good placements. The school announced that the class of 2021 is off to a terrific start, with over 80% of students who stayed in Australia securing jobs after completing their degree. The countries such as United States, Dubai, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, and Colombia have all made offers to students.

Walsh Bay Partners, Frost & Sullivan, ING Australia, bdhSterling, Adzuna, OMD Australia, Metcash, Bayton Group, Star Beta, and BSI are among the top recruiters this season. The finance, media, and marketing industries accounted for 94% of total proposals, followed by general management and consulting. The typical beginning salary for the Class was AUD 50,000 to AUD 60,000 per year.

SP Jain began offering a multi-city undergraduate programme in 2010, making it one of the first business schools in the world to do so. "Study abroad programmes have been around for a long time, but when we started the BBA, the concept of a multi-city bachelor's degree was nearly unheard of. Since then, we've graduated over 750 students who have gone on to excel in their global jobs, which is why corporations now trust our methodology," says Nitish Jain, the school's president.

The BBA degree at SP Jain is a four-year multi-city programme certified by the Tertiary Education Quality & Standards Agency of Australia (TEQSA). Students spend the first year of the programme in Singapore/Mumbai, the second year in Dubai, and the third and fourth years in Sydney, completing with an Australian degree. The course attracts high-quality students and professors from all over the world year after year. Students from the United States, Austria, Brazil, India, China, Morocco, Mauritius, and Korea are among the most recent graduates.

SP Jain School Of Global Management Partners With Illinois Institute Of Technology (IIT), Chicago For Its Master’s In Marketing Analytics Programme

November 2, 2021: For its one-year STEM-designated Master's in Marketing Analytics, SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global), a Forbes #12 ranked business school, is partnering with Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), a technology-focused research university.

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International has recognized IIT's business school, Stuart School of Business. IIT is a top-ranked university (ranked #2 in the US for total upward mobility). The renowned AACSB certification has been received by less than 5% of the world's 13,000 business programmes.

The programme will be held in Chicago, a burgeoning digital powerhouse, and it could lead to three years of Optional Practice Training (OPT) rights in the United States (upon application to the relevant authorities). Students who enroll in the programme also receive internships and on-the-job training, as well as IBM Digital Badges in topics like AI and IoT, as well as access to the Career Management Center at IIT Chicago for skill development, mentoring, and help.

The initiative will begin in January 2022 and must be completed within a year's time, by December 2022. Students must take three SP Jain courses (9 credits) online (taught by SP Jain professors) and the rest of the programme (24 credits) in person at IIT Chicago, where they will be taught by world-renowned Stuart School of Business academics.

Students' knowledge and abilities will be developed in three important areas: business, analytical methods, and technology. Students will earn a globally recognised master's degree from IIT Chicago's Stuart School of Business, as well as a Certificate of Completion from SP Jain, upon graduation.

A limited number of applications are being accepted for the programme, and special tuition discounts are being offered. Admission is open to undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctorate students.

SP Jain School Of Global Management Partners With Illinois Institute Of Technology (IIT), Chicago For Its Master’s In Marketing Analytics Programme

October 28, 2021: For its one-year STEM-designated Master's in Marketing Analytics, SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global), a Forbes #12 ranked business school, is partnering with Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), a technology-focused research university.

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International has recognised IIT's business school, Stuart School of Business. IIT is a top-ranked university (ranked #2 in the US for total upward mobility). The renowned AACSB certification has been received by less than 5% of the world's 13,000 business programmes.

The programme will be held in Chicago, a burgeoning digital powerhouse, and it could lead to three years of Optional Practice Training (OPT) rights in the United States (upon application to the relevant authorities). Students who enroll in the programme also receive internships and on-the-job training, as well as IBM Digital Badges in topics like AI and IoT, as well as access to the Career Management Center at IIT Chicago for skill development, mentoring, and help.

"We are ecstatic to be collaborating with IIT Chicago, one of the nation's top-ranked colleges, to provide this ground-breaking curriculum. The IT industry is one of the most dynamic and fast-growing in the United States and around the world. The industry's appetite for postgraduates has risen dramatically as technology has pervaded how traditional organizations operate.” According to Nitish Jain, President of SP Jain, "the average income for postgraduates in analytics and technology is considerably over $100,000."

The initiative will begin in January 2022 and must be completed within a year's time, by December 2022. Students must take three SP Jain courses (9 credits) online (taught by SP Jain faculty) and the rest of the programme (24 credits) in person at IIT Chicago, where they will be taught by world-renowned Stuart School of Business faculty.

Students' knowledge and abilities will be developed in three important areas: business, analytical methods, and technology. Students will earn a globally recognised master's degree from IIT Chicago's Stuart School of Business, as well as a Certificate of Completion from SP Jain, upon graduation.

A limited number of applications are being accepted for the programme, and special tuition discounts are being offered. Admission is open to undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctorate students.

Students From SP Jain School Of Global Management’s Inaugural Bachelor Of Data Science Cohort Secure Jobs In Australia, India And Vietnam

June 24, 2021: The first cohort of the SP Jain School of Global Management's Bachelor of Data Science (BDS) programme showed exceptional placement results, confirming the skills shortage in this rapidly increasing industry. Over 80% of students who stayed in Australia after finishing their course requirements found jobs in Australia, according to the school. In Sydney, FTE salaries range from AUD 60,000 to AUD 80,000 per year.

Companies including AT Kearney, Here Technologies, Wolters Kluwers, Adaptive Investments Boston, ZS Associates, eClerx, Brillio, Bridei2i, Nexon, Simplyy, and Mindfield interviewed and hired students in India. Annual salaries in India ranged from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 14 lakh. Students in Vietnam were offered jobs by VP Bank Hanoi, OFB Bank Ho Chi Minh City, and Raffles Inc. (a leading data analysis firm). A small number of students have been accepted into prestigious Master's programmes at major American colleges such as the University of Chicago.

“The high starting pay show that our curriculum has provided students with the key skills and aptitudes that companies need. They not only have the technical capabilities to get started right away, but they also have the critical thinking, creativity, communication, and leadership abilities. Employers tell us that these are the qualities that will be critical in the future of work,” says Nitish Jain, President of SP Jain.

The BDS is a three-year multi-city programme certified by the Tertiary Education Quality & Standards Agency of the Australian government (TEQSA). Students can study in Mumbai (Year 1) and Sydney (Year 2 and 3) or complete the programme in Sydney for all three years. Students can live and work in Australia after graduation by applying for a Post Study Work Visa.

The programme's curriculum is aimed to give students a solid foundation in data science, programming, and analytics, as well as machine learning, simulation modeling, data mining, social web analytics, and big data processing methods and platforms. In addition, these students work on a variety of projects and internships that allow them to apply what they've learned in class to real-world situations, contribute meaningfully to companies, and form lasting professional relationships.

SP Jain School of Global Management Launches Master of Artificial Intelligence in Business programme

June 2, 2021: S P Jain School of Global Management (S P Jain Global), announced today the launch of its Master of Artificial Intelligence in Business (MAIB) programme.

The emergence of AI has produced a huge demand for engineers who understand its inner workings, as well as experts who can translate a business requirement into a technical specification. The programme, which was created in response to the need for such business-savvy digital specialists, will begin in October 2021 with its first cohort.

The MAIB is a two-year full-time programme certified by the Tertiary Education Quality & Standards Agency of the Australian government (TEQSA). It will be available in two modes to students: online over the weekends and on-campus in Sydney (classes will be held online until borders open). Students who choose Sydney may be eligible to remain and work in Australia after completing their degree by applying for a Post Study Work Visa.

The programme's curriculum is aimed to give students a solid foundation in AI ideas and techniques, as well as business areas such as economics, accounting, finance, and marketing. The focus switches to advanced topics in data science, machine learning, decision theory, strategy, and change management as students move through the curriculum. Students will also work on a variety of projects that apply AI to real-world problems in retail, manufacturing, finance, and other industries.

Admissions for the programme's October 2021 intake are currently open. Any undergraduate degree holder with a quantitative background is eligible to apply, however, candidates with undergraduate degrees in engineering, science, business, or economics are preferred.

For more details on the programme, please visit the institute’s official website.

SP Jain Global Ranks No. 1 Among All Higher Education Providers In Australia For Improvement In Student Satisfaction

May 06, 2021: In the QILT study, the S P Jain School of Global Management (S P Jain Global), one of the world's top-ranked business schools, was ranked first out of 133 institutes in Australia, making it the school that has shown the best improvement of all university and non-university higher education institutions in the country in ensuring educational quality in the face of a global pandemic. According to the survey results, SP Jain is the best higher education institution in the country for overall improvement in student satisfaction.

The QILT (Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching) surveys are Australia's largest government-sponsored learning and teaching surveys. By bringing together data from all Australian universities concerning students' experiences and graduate career outcomes, the information gained from these surveys assists students in making educated decisions about their higher education alternatives. Students can compare schools based on the findings of hundreds of QILT questionnaires filled out by current and recent students and alumni. The surveys take into account a variety of factors, including satisfaction with face-to-face conversations, computer access, graduate incomes, and employment outcomes.

The Graduate Outcomes Survey, in which SP Jain came in first, is a study of recent graduates three to six months following graduation. Students were polled about their short-term working experiences and future education plans.

SP Jain School of Global Management Conducts Survey on “Management Education Needs to Evolve to Incorporate a Global Outlook”, Shares Findings

April 14, 2021: The results of the 2020 Executive MBA Survey were released today by S P Jain School of Global Management (S P Jain Global), a Forbes Top 12 ranking business school. Present students, alumni, senior executives and experts, members of the School's Industry Advisory Boards in Singapore, Dubai, and Sydney, as well as senior executives and experts from multinational corporations such as Amazon, DHL, Landmark, Microsoft, and UAE Exchange, were among over 130 participants. Managers and senior managers from the transportation, banking and finance, consulting, entertainment and publishing, healthcare, oil and gas, engineering, services, and shipping industries were among the alumni and students consulted.

Here are some of the survey's main findings: MBA executive education must grow to teach students how to manage crises intuitively and effectively, as well as think and behave globally. When asked about the awareness, expertise, and talents that potential leaders should have, 90% of participants said that topics like career development, strategic thinking, business acumen, value generation, and entrepreneurship should be included in the MBA curriculum.

The results of this survey were used to create a brand-new curriculum for S P Jain Global's globally renowned Executive MBA programme. Leadership and cross-cultural management, change management, and corporate governance and ethics are all part of the current program. In addition, the programme places a greater emphasis on applied assignments and soft (employability) skills, which has proved to be beneficial to both students and employers.

The S P Jain Global Executive MBA is a part-time 18-month programme that trains experienced managers to move into larger leadership positions. The programme draws a range of high-potential applicants from the IT, Healthcare, Consulting, Manufacturing, Banking & Finance, Technology, and Energy industries for each intake. On average, students have a total of 11 years of clinical experience. The software is available in two formats: on-campus in Singapore, Dubai, and Mumbai, and online through S P Jain Global's Engaged Learning Online (ELO) technology.

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:

  1. 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’.
  2. 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.

SP Jain School of Global Management Hosts ‘Power Panel’ to Discuss Ways to Overcome Coronavirus Challenges

 

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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Ayush Arora | Global Master of Business Administration (Global MBA) - Batch of 2019
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It is a good college for an amazing experience.

Placements: The college provides very good placements. Many reputed companies visit the campus for placements, and we get JDs regularly. It depends on how you perform in the interviews. It may take some time, but ultimately, you get a good job offer. You can get a good placement in Dubai, India, or Singapore. Getting placements in Sydney is not possible.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the college is amazing. There are fully equipped classrooms, and they are comfortable to study. They are one of the best in providing ...

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Rahul Gurwani | Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) - Batch of 2017
Reviewed on 27 Mar 2018
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Placements 5 Infrastructure 1 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 1
The college is not worth the money.

Placements: SP Jain is very good for placements because it gets you connected to the companies of three cities or three countries, you can say Dubai, Singapore, Sydney, and Mumbai. The placements are also based on students summer internships, which are highly recommended to a student to do that.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the campus is small as far as Mumbai, Singapore, Dubai, and Sydney campuses are concerned. I hate the campus which includes nothing. There are no sports, no games, or no cultural events. The cam...

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Nikunja Nawal | Global Master of Business Administration (Global MBA) - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 7 Apr 2019
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Placements 3 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
Great learning support with the best infrastructure.

Placements: The placements are pretty well for our batch. 60% of the total students in my batch have got internship offers in cities like Mumbai, Singapore and Dubai. The highest internship stipend is 80,000 INR per month. Yes, there is a placement cell in our college.

Infrastructure: The facilities provided in our college are world-class and our college is ranked 2 on the Wall-Street Journal in terms of infrastructure for a one-year MBA programme. The classrooms, labs and hostel rooms are perfect for the students with a g...

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Shashank Dholakia | Global Master of Business Administration (Global MBA) - Batch of 2019
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Review of SP Jain School of Global Management, Mumbai.

Placements: Students are offered placements in Dubai, Singapore, and in India. In Dubai, placements are great for supply chain and logistics students and limited offers to marketing and finance students. While the stipend for the internship is less, and after post-conversion, the salary offered is quite high. The average salary is around AED 9,000 per month. In Singapore, internships offered a decent stipend. However, there was little to no chance for job conversions, and also the firms that came for placem...

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Tarushi Varma | Online Certificate in Digital Marketing for Future Leaders - Batch of 2019
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Great Experience With SP Jain Global.

Placements: There's an entire placement team dedicated to assisting students in placements. The companies that offer internships and placements are all great choices in Digital marketing. For example, Omnicom Media Group, Isobar Digital Agency, etc. The course directors are amazingly helpful and great people in general.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure is one of the best with stimulation rooms and smart classrooms. No complaints there. The classrooms have amphitheaters like seating with projectors and smart boards. Some c...

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Is Masters in global luxury management at SP Jain worth doing or not? How is its scope and placement as it's a new course?

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SPJAIN.GLOBAL Global

Beginner-Level 5

3 years ago

Hi Kirat, our MGLuxM program is a 12-month postgraduate program that will help you transform into an expert manager in the global luxury industry. You can take a look at the complete information about our program here: https://www.spjain.org/programs/postgraduate/mgluxm

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Do you consider MAT score? I have scored 666.50. Am I eligible to get admission?

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Saket Raj Sahu

Guide-Level 15

2 years ago

Hi,
Just go through this link and fill out the required details
College predictor in Shiksha
https://www.shiksha.com/college-predictor

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SPJAIN.GLOBAL Global

Beginner-Level 5

3 years ago

Hi Sai, we do accept MAT score. You can submit your GMAT/GRE/CAT score or choose to take our internal assessment SPJAT to apply.

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Is it beneficial start BBA or after 12th(UG) or is it suggested to do it after Graduation in any field?

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MALLIKARJUNASWAMY S

Guide-Level 12

3 years ago

S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) IS GOOD,
MY SUGGESTION - ANALYTICS, STATICS, INTELLIGENCE BUSINESS, COMPANY SECRETARY.

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Is entrance exams like GMAT, CAT required for Luxury Management Course? As there is no criteria written so had a doubt about it.

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MALLIKARJUNASWAMY S

Guide-Level 12

3 years ago

If your serious about considering a Masters in Luxury Management and are a passionate about brands, then I suggest you should definitely consider the Master in Global Luxury Goods and Services Management or MGLuxM as it is popularly known. The institute offers a 12 month in depth training in the ...If your serious about considering a Masters in Luxury Management and are a passionate about brands, then I suggest you should definitely consider the Master in Global Luxury Goods and Services Management or MGLuxM as it is popularly known. The institute offers a 12 month in depth training in the management of the luxury brands through class room sessions, case studies, study tours, industry interaction and Company visits, networking meeting with business associations, entrepreneurs and businesses in Milan and India, participants will get an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the entire gamut of the Luxury industry both in matured and emerging markets. The study is split into 6 months in Mumbai and 6 months in Milan. The 6 months that students spend in Milan also include dedicated study tours to Europe's top luxury districts. What's more, the MGLuxM is accredited by Politecnico di Milano and the degree is approved and recognized by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR), making it a truly an international offering
The Master in Global Luxury Goods and Services Management (MGLuxM) program is ideal for:
Young graduates with at least a bachelors degree of three years from a recognized university in India or abroad
Students who have an aptitude and appetite to work in the luxury space
The programme will be taught in English. Hence, an adequate level of proficiency in English and good written and spoken communication skills is a must
Students must also be able to display leadership and managerial skills and be willing to meet the demands of a rigorous Masters degree.

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Am I eligible for admission without taking GMAT or CAT?

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Abhishek Desai

Scholar-Level 17

3 years ago

Hello,
Yes, SP Jain School of Global Management, apart from GMAT and CAT, also accepts the scores of its internal assessment exam named SP JAT for its MBA program.
Good luck.

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SPJAIN.GLOBAL Global

Beginner-Level 5

3 years ago

Hi Sukriti, in case you have taken the GMAT or CAT, you can choose to take our internal assessment SPJAT.

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