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MGB students visit Jebel Ali Port, the world's largest man-made harbour

On 29th November 2018, SP Jain School of Global Management’s Master of Global Business (MGB) students specialising in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management, with an innate interest to learn about the UAE’s port operations, visited Jebel Ali Port – the world's ninth busiest port, the largest man-made harbour and the biggest and, by far, the busiest port in the Middle East.

Topics: MGB, Global Learning at SP Jain, DUBAI, Industry Visit

Global Learning: MGB students visit The Sustainable City in Dubai

SP Jain School of Global Management’s Master of Global Business (MGB) students specialising in Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management visited The Sustainable City in Dubai on 25th November 2018. The objective of the visit was to connect key learnings from their current course on Project Management to projects in the UAE business environment.

Topics: MGB, Global Learning at SP Jain, DUBAI, Industry Visit

Industry Visit to Noor Bank: Understanding Global Islamic Finance Trends and Digital Transformation in the Middle East Banking Sector

SP Jain School of Global Management’s Master of Global Business (MGB) September 2018 cohort, specialising in Global Finance, visited Noor Bank in Dubai on 15th November 2018 as part of their global learning exposure to understand the role and growth of digital transformation in banking and the growing global trends of Islamic banking.

Topics: Global Learning at SP Jain, Industry Visit, DUBAI, MGB

Understanding the competitive soft beverage industry through Global Learning visit to PepsiCo in Dubai

SP Jain School of Global Management’s Master of Global Business (MGB) September 2018 cohort specialising in Marketing visited PepsiCo – Dubai Refreshments, situated in the heart of the industrial hub Dubai Investment Park, on 15th November 2018.

Topics: MGB, Global Learning at SP Jain, DUBAI, Industry Visit

Human Library at Singapore with 12 Inspiring Thought Leaders

On 28th June 2018, SP Jain’s Singapore Campus organised its very first ‘Human Library’ with 12 inspiring guests, also known as ‘Human Books’.

The “Human Books” were

  1. Andrew Koay, Vice President at SGX
  2. Haseena Sham, PCC, Executive Director at Pyller Training and & Development Pte Ltd
  3. Himanshu Arora, General Manager - SEAA & MEIOA at Zespri International
  4. Jaz Athenia Chua, Senior Director, Strategy & Operations, Marketing JAPAC at Oracle
  5. Jean Paul, eg+ worldwide at Regional Business Director (Asia Pacific)
  6. Kanika Agarwal, Digital Passion Peers at Founder & CEO
  7. Linda Gan, Human Resource Manager at Heinemann Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  8. Lewis Ng, Chief Business Officer at PropertyGuru Group
  9. Raunak Mehta, Publicis Groupe at Head of E-commerce, APAC
  10. Senthurini Jeyaraj, VP, Partnerships (L&D, Group Human Resources) at OCBC Bank
  11. Shalini Bhateja, Director Talent & Development, APAC at The Coca-Cola Company
  12. Vikas Verma, Asia Director - Talent & Performance Consulting at Aon Hewitt

Topics: Global Learning at SP Jain

Understanding the Global Camel Milk Market – Postgraduate Students Visit Camelicious, UAE

Camel, popularly known as the ‘Ship of the desert’, has been a huge part of the Bedouin culture and a staple in the traditional diet. Over the years, there’s been a rise of Camel Farms & Research Centers in the UAE – with an aim to introduce camel milk to markets and make it accessible to a large number of consumers.

Topics: Global Learning at SP Jain

Manufacturing Is the Key to a Sustainable Future – Postgraduate Students Visit Unilever Dubai

On 19 April 2018, GMBA & MGB students from the Jan 2018 cohort specialising in Global Logistics & Supply Chain visited the office and factory of Unilever Personal Care based in Dubai Industrial Park.

Topics: Global Learning at SP Jain

Students participate in the 2018 Nanyang MBA Olympics

On January 14, SP Jain’s Postgraduate students recently participated in the 2018 Nanyang MBA Olympics, winning several accolades.

Topics: Global Learning at SP Jain, Singapore

Blockchain for Everyone at SP Jain Singapore Campus

On 21 December 2017, SP Jain Global, together with Ketki Sen (Co-Founder and Adviser at Spinta Global Accelerator) were proud to host Blockchain expert, Mohit Mamoria for a guest session on Blockchain in Singapore. The event was attended by more than 80 people of various age groups.

In today's context, everyone needs to be tech literate. Mohit’s mission is to get everyone to understand Blockchain and he explains it simply, demystifying it for the layman. The session communicated across different paradigms, allowing his audience to understand and feel comfortable asking questions around the topic.

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Dr. John Fong (CEO and Head of SP Jain’s Singapore Campus) said, “SP Jain is a technology-led business school and hence we are constantly on the cutting-edge. This seminar is yet another example of how we educate our students while working in tandem with the industry. We are delighted at the overwhelming response and look forward to organising more of such events in 2018.”

The highly engaging session on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies was well received by both the students of SP Jain and other passionate individuals who wanted to learn more about the topic.

“My friends and I learnt a lot from Mohit about Blockchain and cryptocurrencies. We are excited to apply this up-to-date knowledge on this current technology to our future jobs!” - Abhishek Pevankar, Student, Master of Global Business.

The link to the live Facebook video can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/spjainsg/videos/1953790064885029/

Topics: Global Learning at SP Jain, Blockchain

The People of Mumbai Tour – BBA Jaguars undertake a cultural tour in Mumbai

On 28th October, the BBA Jaguars in Mumbai embarked on ‘The People of Mumbai tour’. The cohort was divided into four small batches, each accompanied by a staff member and a tour guide.

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Mumbai is a city with rich heritage. A place which started as a collection of seven islands has today, grown to be the economic capital of India.
The tour’s objective was to sensitise and expose the students to various cultures, traditions, religions, and localities of Mumbai. The tour included visits to many famous places in Mumbai including Afghan Church, the Koli fishing village, the Tower of Silence and the David Synagogue, among many others.

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* The article has been written by inputs from Khushi Neb (Student, BBA Intake of 2017)

Topics: BBA, Global Learning at SP Jain