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SP Jain’s Executive MBA in Dubai ranked among Asia-Pacific’s Top 10


SP Jain School of Global Management’s Executive MBA (EMBA) program in Dubai has been ranked among the Top 10 in Asia-Pacific and Top 100 globally, making it one of the world’s best EMBA programs in 2018, according to the Ivy Exec (USA) EMBA Rankings. In the Asia-Pacific, SP Jain is also ranked #2 for ‘work-life balance’ and #7 for ‘career advancement’ and ‘curriculum’.

The Ivy Exec EMBA Rankings are derived from an EMBA perception survey which is conducted annually by Ivy Exec within their community of 1 million+, comprising Directors/VPs, C-level executives and business leaders, who value education as the shortest path to career advancement.

Mr. Nitish Jain, President of SP Jain School of Global Management, shared, “Naturally, we are excited to be ranked among Asia-Pacific’s Top 10 EMBA programs. We are an Australian business school and we are ranked #1 in Australia, even ahead of the University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne! This is a clear indication of the success of our philosophy which is to offer students relevant, practical education.”

“Given the stiff competition we face and the changing needs of businesses, we are always on the lookout to reinvent, reimagine and innovate. And, when it comes to innovation, technology keeps us on our toes. We have recently launched a powerful new way to learn online that is delivered entirely using some of today’s most cutting-edge emerging technologies. We call this Engaged Learning Online (ELO). This, I believe, will radically transform the way students learn, especially our part-time EMBA students,” added Mr. Jain.

With this latest global ranking, SP Jain duly strengthens its position as a truly global leader in management education. It is a testament to SP Jain’s growing international reputation, strong connection with industry, high-impact practitioner-oriented research and continual emphasis on disruptive business model innovation. The School’s EMBA students not only share a proven track record of an average of 10+ years’ work experience in the classroom but also a shared experience of rewards, recognition and career progression.

Dr. Gary Stockport, Dean of the School’s EMBA program and Professor of Strategy, said, “Our Executive MBA continues to be at the leading edge of innovative development. Our rankings within the 2018 Ivy Exec Rankings (87th globally and 8th in the Asia-Pacific) is hard tangible evidence about what we do as well as how we do it is world-class.”

SP Jain’s EMBA is an 18-month part-time weekend program which is designed to meet the needs of working professionals without interrupting their careers. It is focused on general management and helps managers deal with the challenges of globalisation including the impact of digital transformation. Some of the unique features of the program are a big emphasis upon project-based learning as well as the development of soft skills through a unique Executive Career Acceleration Pathway (ECAP), which includes Corporate Interface sessions as well as the SP Jain Toastmasters Club. The faculty who teach on the program reside in many countries and are world-class.

Besides the newest ranking by Ivy Exec, the School and its programs also enjoy global rankings by reputed international publications such as Forbes, Financial Times and The Economist.



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