S P Jain offers students contemporary facilities and comfortable accommodations – important ingredients for a positive learning experience. The grounds and facilities are well-maintained and monitored 24 hours a day.
At S P Jain, classrooms are designed like auditoriums, with step-up seating to facilitate discussions, and state-of-the-art equipment like dual-screen projectors, computers, desk microphones, and high-tech audio/video equipment. Most sessions are recorded for future reference and review. S P Jain campuses also feature excellent videoconferencing technology to host interactive guest-talks with international faculty and industry leaders.
The library is modern and computerized. Apart from conventional books, periodicals, magazines, and newspapers, the library has a range of material catering to learning needs and preferences of students. The library boasts an e-library of databases, online journals, and newswires. Well-established management databases are an integral part of the S P Jain library.
All campuses are Wi-Fi enabled. An advanced intranet incorporating the Blackboard Learning System serves as a medium of communication between staff, faculty, and students. This facilitates learning and allows them to download online case studies, access faculty course materials, take online quizzes, and submit assignments online.
The campus also has specialized learning areas with videoconferencing, recording and playback facilities, and computer terminals. A simulated trading floor has been developed for courses in which stock trading is a major component.
The Leadership Hall is used for group work, hosting guest lectures, campus events and functions, and as a general networking area. Every day, following classroom sessions, students gather in the Leadership Hall to complete their assignments. The hall also serves as a place for students to relax and unwind.
One of the best features of all S P Jain campuses is the student-centred “chill out” lounge, a gathering room where students can watch movies, play games, listen to music, or just hang out with their friends.
The cafeteria at Singapore is a covered, open-air facility where students are served a variety of international specialties. There is a set meal every day, along with a delicious a-la-carte menu of Chinese, Malay, Thai, Italian and western dishes. There is another sandwich shop on the campus for a quick bite. In Dubai, there is a sandwich shop/cafeteria, though Dubai is also served by the Academic City food courts, which offer a number of regional cuisines to students, staff, and faculty. Vegetarian/Non-vegetarian requirements are well taken care of.
Students live in the accommodation facilities provided by the school. Here they benefit from group interaction and collective learning. In Dubai, students share accommodations in self-contained apartments at the International City. The school provides a shuttle bus service between the accommodation and the campus. In Singapore, accommodation is also shared, but on-campus, dormitory style. In Sydney, students are housed on sharing basis in apartments located at Wentworth Point which is just a short distance from the campus.
With the aspiration to become a global leader in the field of business I decided to join the GMBA program at S P Jain.
Taking the S P Jain’s course is an excellent advantage to grow with a global outlook. Also, the P2E lectures help me with the ability to be a decisive and competitive leader with global business acumen and effective oral and written communication skills.
Jae Chan Lee