S P Jain School of Global Management was established in 2004 by Mr. Nitish Jain, however the school’s history dates to 1981 when its sister institution was established in Mumbai, India. Nitish Jain continued the legacy of his visionary grandfather, philanthropist Shriyans Prasad Jain, and established S P Jain School of Global Management with the objective of educating global business leaders.
Business may be universal, but there is no universal way of doing business. A conventional business education may give you the skills to excel in one country, but what about all the others? Our multi-country learning model provides a unique opportunity for global exposure and experience through activities, both inside and outside the classroom. How you do business in Dubai is so different from how you do business in Singapore, Australia or even the United States. You may be a great success in your home country, but a miserable failure in another if you have not understood that business practices, political systems and consumer preferences can differ.
Employers in virtually every field seek two key skills in their employees: leadership and decision-making. Our strong focus in these areas gives our students an edge in the workforce. Today, S P Jain graduates are working at organizations like the Boston Consulting Group, P&G, Google, Amazon, Facebook Apple, World Economic Forum, Nike, Barclays and MasterCard.
In addition to living and studying in some of the world's top economic centers, our students participate in special Global Immersion courses that help them understand:
The interconnected nature of business and finance
The influence and impact of culture, consumer preferences and technological maturity on business decisions
The risks and gains of stepping outside one's home country,
Global collaboration and best practices,
All of these courses are taught by faculty from around the world.
In Singapore, The Student Hostel is located on campus. Girls and boys are housed separately for privacy. Security guards patrol the premises at night to ensure the safety of all students living there. The Hostel is air-conditioned, and students have access to common areas like a chilled lounge, music room and group work areas.
In Dubai, student accommodation is in the International City, one of Dubai’s largest residential areas. We provide a bus service to transfer students to and from campus, which is about 15 minutes away.
In Sydney, the School provides apartment-style accommodation in ordinary buildings that are open for public to rent.
S P Jain School of Global Management provides IT support for its students.
S P Jain School of Global Management students have access to partner clinics and 24-hour hospitals off campus within walking distance.
S P Jain's seven-acre Singapore campus is located close to downtown and is easily accessible by car or public transport. The campus renovated heritage buildings. Students can also take long walks around the campus or on the Mt. Faber Sky Walk, located just outside the campus.
Dubai campus is located in the Dubai International Academic City (DIAC), a city that was purpose-built for colleges and universities. DIAC's multinational community gives students the opportunity to connect with people from diverse backgrounds. It occupies an entire stand-alone building covering approximately 60,000 square feet, spread over three floors.
Sydney campus is located in the Sydney Olympic Park business district.
Singapore campus offers sport facilities to encourage students to have healthy lifestyle during the course. The sport facilities including
S P Jain School of Global Management students form clubs according to their interest areas, at each Campus. Typical clubs are: Sports club, Debate club, Art & Culture club, Business club,
MUN club, Psychology club, Outdoor Adventure club and Photography club.
S P Jain School of Global Management is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), Australia. At the end of the program, students are conferred with an Australian degree. S P Jain is also registered with Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) in Australia.
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