After learning about efficient markets in the classrooms, on 28th Nov. 2017, SP Jain’s BEC students at Dubai headed out the Horse Race Tracks to see if the efficient market theory works.
The Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) hosted its 17th Inter-University Public Speaking competition on 23rd and 24th November 2017. With 4 categories and around 60 teams competing from across the Middle East ranging from Palestine to Jordon, the competition was dedicated to sustainable issues. The topics for discussion included:
Topics: BBA, Dubai
Undergraduate students from SP Jain’s Dubai campus participated in an industrial visit to Bee’ah, Middle East’s leading fully integrated environmental & waste management company, on 21st Nov. 2017. Bee’ah, meaning ‘environment’ in Arabic, started in 2007, and has been making magnificent developments over the last 10 years.
Today, LinkedIn has become an essential personal branding vehicle. Over the years, this virtual professional network has morphed from being an Online resume and networking site to a comprehensive personal branding resource.
Realising the increasing importance of LinkedIn for professional managers and as a part of the ECAP initiative, SP Jain’s Dubai campus recently organised a 1.5-hour session about LinkedIn. The session titled How to better Market Yourself through building a great profile on LinkedIn was conducted by a recognised expert from the digital social media world, Ms. Alexandra Maia – CEO & Founder, House of Social.
Topics: EMBA, SP Jain Dubai, ECAP
On 10th November, SP Jain’s diverse alumni community came together at its Sydney campus to celebrate the recent Forbes rankings. MBA programs are recognized through rankings by prestigious publications like Financial Times, The Economist and Forbes, and SP Jain School of Global Management has been the youngest school to be ranked by all three. For the last 5 consecutive years, SP Jain’s Global MBA program has been ranked among the world’s Top 20 1-year International MBAs by the American publication, Forbes.
Topics: Alumni Meet, Sydney
‘Everybody has their own definition of success. For some, it's reaching up the corporate ladder; for some, it's having a seat in the Boardroom; and for some, enjoying the perks of being a boss and to ‘lead by example’. But, for me, it's to make a difference in the quality of my life. In Toastmasters, we came here with some objective and try hard to achieve it by giving speech, evaluating speech, or by participating in table topics.’ - TM Parmita
Topics: EMBA, SPJ Toastmasters