SP Jain has Career Services offices in Dubai, India, Singapore and Sydney. Our Career Services teams help students find career opportunities.

SP Jain obtains visas for MGB and GMBA students for Dubai. Charges for processing the Dubai visa are covered in the fees paid by a student.

Students need to apply for Australian visas themselves (the Australian immigration authorities do not allow SP Jain to apply on behalf of students). SP Jain can provide assistance for students applying for Australian visas.

For information about fees for each program, see Fees for MGB or Global MBA.


For information about the admissions process, see Admissions for MGB or Global MBA.
For information about eligibility criteria, see Admissions for MGB or Global MBA.


SP Jain School of Global Management is registered as a Higher Education Provider by the Australian Government’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and as such can award Australian degrees to its graduates. We are also licensed by the Committee for Private Education (CPE) in Singapore and permitted by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in the UAE.

The MGB and Global MBA typically have between 80-100 students per batch.

The four-month crossover between the three campuses is compulsory.

For the May 2020 intake, all the MGB and Global MBA students begin the program in Singapore, then move to Sydney and complete the last leg in Dubai.

For the September 2020 intake, all the MGB students begin the program in Dubai, then move to Sydney and complete the last leg in Singapore.

MGB and GMBA students of the June 2021 Intake will commence study at Dubai campus, move to Sydney campus in Term 2 (subject to borders being open) and to Singapore campus in Term 3.

Not all specialisations are offered every intake for the MGB or Global MBA programs. The School will decide which specialisation will be offered for which intake.


On-campus housing is compulsory for the MGB and Global MBA in Dubai, Singapore and Sydney. These programs demand much preparation, group study and peer learning. Staying together on-campus facilitates a smoother learning process for all students, allowing them to benefit from team work, individual talents, cross-cultural exposure and more.

In Dubai and Sydney, students are housed in apartments. In Singapore, they live in dormitories. Men and women are housed in separate apartments/dormitories in the same building.

Students have shared bedrooms. The number of occupants per bedroom varies depending on the size of the room.

For more information about SP Jain's student accommodation, see Singapore campus, Dubai campus and Sydney campus.

Our Mumbai campus does not have accommodation facilities. The School will assist students in finding rental accommodation on an individual or shared basis close to the campus.

Yes, you are allowed to bring your spouse. However, you will bear the additional cost of the spouse's accommodation.
Each of our campuses has a cafeteria that provides a variety of meal options, including vegetarian food.