SP Jain School of Global Management is proud to have welcomed over 90 new students from across the globe to its May 2019 cohort of the Master of Global Business (MGB) and Global MBA (GMBA) tri-city postgraduate programs. Staying true to our vision of borderless classrooms, we have been joined by students from China, India, Indonesia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Serbia, South Korea, USA and Vietnam.
SP Jain School of Global Management’s Singapore Campus welcomed 20 students from diverse industries to its May 2019 cohort of the Executive MBA (EMBA) program. Held at the Singapore campus on May 2, 2019, the orientation ceremony of the 17th batch was graced by the presence of the Guest of Honour, Mr. S.V. Padmanabhan, President & Global Head of Finance, Olam International, and the staff and faculty of SP Jain.
SP Jain School of Global Management proudly welcomed 26 Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students to its Undergraduate Orientation for the January 2019 and September 2018 batches at Singapore campus on 14th January 2019. Staying true to our vision of borderless classrooms, we have been joined by undergraduate students, or Jaguars as we call them, from 7 nationalities including Chinese, Dominican, Indian, Korean, Ukrainian, Uzbekistani and Vietnamese.
SP Jain School of Global Management is thrilled to welcome 106 students including 50 Master of Global Business (MGB) and 56 Global MBA (GMBA) students from 8 nationalities to its January 2019 cohort of tri-city postgraduate programs.
S P Jain School of Global Management, Singapore, proudly welcomed 28 students from 9 nationalities working in 13 different industries to its 16th cohort of Executive MBA (EMBA) program. The S P Jain EMBA is an 18-month part-time program aimed towards busy working professionals who would like to accelerate their careers.
On January 8th, the Singapore campus welcomed approximately a hundred PG students comprising 8 different nationalities.
This year, the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program of SP Jain School of Global Management welcomed around 185 new Jaguars from 27 different nationalities including China, South Korea, India, Mauritius, Mexico, Russia, Southeast Asia, and Europe, among others.
While it is their first time in Singapore for many, a large number of students are also experiencing their first time living away from home. The Jaguars of 2017 have come together for their journey with SP Jain, learning and living in three different megacities of the world—Singapore, Dubai, and Sydney— immersing themselves in various environments, cultures and situations, becoming independent global business leaders. The new Jaguars will not just interact with people of different backgrounds, but also experience these new backgrounds first-hand.