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?
At SP Jain, you will learn how business practices differ around the world. Our multi-country learning model provides a unique opportunity for global exposure and experience. This will give you the edge in a competitive global business environment.
Top management positions increasingly go to global citizens – people who have lived overseas and therefore, understand many business cultures. Get this edge with our Global MBA program, where every student lives and studies in Asia, Australia and the Middle East. The program provides insight into some of the latest and most innovative areas of business management, and focuses specially on helping students appreciate, accept and adapt to different business and cultural environments.
We don’t believe in a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. That’s why, as a postgraduate student at S P Jain, you will be engaged and motivated using a wide variety of teaching tools like simulations, online lessons, decision-making laboratories, global immersion exercises, guest lectures, industry sessions, research projects, student boardrooms and interactive discussions.
A vibrant new feature of the postgraduate curriculum is the introduction of a Blended Model of Learning. Conventional MBA programs are made of a combination of knowledge-centric courses and their application in the real world. S P Jain’s recently revamped postgraduate curriculum, on the other hand, uses advanced online tools (like webinars, multimedia lessons, problem solving sessions) to deliver foundational and knowledge-based courses to students. It is believed that the discipline of online learning enhances LEARNING AGILITY (the ability to self-learn) and BETTER RETENTION OF BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS since students learn at a pace that suits them.
On campus, the focus is on more advanced application-based topics that teach students to:
- Ask the right questions to frame issues
- Use the right tools to analyse data
- Synthesise information to create value
- Innovate using Design Thinking
- Use digital technology to develop high quality solutions; and
- Add value to future employers