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 and through activities, both inside and outside the classroom, you will be exposed to how business practices differ around the world. This will give you the edge in a competitive global business environment.

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. Helping students understand this is something that we, at SP Jain, do uniquely through our multi-campus learning model. All of SP Jain’s full-time students live and study in not one, but in a minimum of three different cities. We have campuses in Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore and Sydney. So, in addition to learning the various tools of business (like most students), SP Jain students understand the global nature of business in the most compelling way – through actual exposure to diverse cultures, political beliefs, traditions and technological innovations.

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    Dubai: Rising capital of the Middle-East
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    Mumbai: India's financial and commercial capital
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    Singapore: Asia's economic tiger
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    Sydney: Leading first-world economy

The SP Jain global experience goes beyond the four walls of the classroom. In each of the cities, students participate in structure global immersion activities that expose them to regional business practices, political beliefs and cultures. In Sydney, for instance, students visit the Sydney Opera House and the Museum of Contemporary Art to understand the various aspects of western art. During their stay in Dubai, students visit the Burj Khalifa to understand the planning that went behind its construction. In Singapore, they go on back office tours of the world’s most expensive and standalone casino in the Marina Bay Sands to observe and study its revenue model. A similar cultural immersion awaits them in Mumbai. This is truly a standout feature of the multi-campus learning model as it helps students truly soak in diverse cultures and emerge as knowledgeable and culturally rich graduates.

In addition to living and studying in some of the world’s top economic centres, 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.