S P Jain School of Global Management

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S P Jain School of Global Management

S P Jain School of Global Management is an Australian business school with campuses in Sydney, Mumbai, Singapore and Dubai. S P Jain is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), Australia that provides the School with degree conferring right. S P Jain School of Global Management established its first international campus in Dubai in 2004. S P Jain established its third, international campus in Sydney, Australia, in 2012, and launched its fourth, and the latest, international campus in Mumbai, India, in 2015. S P Jains Academic Board is chaired by Peter Drake, Professor Emeritus of the University of New England and the Australian Catholic University, and founding Vice-Chancellor of the Australian Catholic University. Their education ethos is strongly influenced by the mission of crafting global business leaders for the 21st century workplace. With a path breaking multi-campus learning model and a new-age Business Education 2.0 curriculum, they pride on providing a learning experience that is modern, relevant and truly global. The idea is to enhance the employability and professional readiness of students, and this is achieved by helping them assimilate a body of knowledge and testing it in live situations. Barclays, Citibank, DAMCO, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, PepsiCo, Shell Marine, KPMG, HCL, MasterCard and Lenovo are some of the companies that have in the past hosted our students for Global Immersion Projects. S P Jain School of Global Management ranked No. 10 by Forbes in the "The Best International Business School" in the world for its one-year MBA program and ranked No. 25 in "The Business Schools Where Students Most Want To Go In 2015" based on a global survey published in Forbes. In each of the cities, students participate in structure global immersion activities that expose them to regional business practices, political beliefs and cultures.