The global manager confronts a world where geographical boundaries and national borders are giving way to a more interconnected international landscape. Global exposure has become an essential ingredient for mastering the various facets of global management.
S P Jain’s tri-city model is a unique concept designed to expose students to varied cultures, meet with different companies, study different success stories, and network with people from three world-class cities: Dubai, Singapore and Sydney. Leaving the shores of one's home country to explore the world beyond not only broadens one's horizons, but helps one build the global business acumen that today's challenging marketplace demands.
Tri-city structure for Global MBA - May 2013 intake
- Investment Banking & Wealth Management (IBWM) and Information Technology Management (ITM) specializations commence Trimester I in Singapore; and Consulting Management (CM), Contemporary Marketing Management (CMM) and Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management (GLSCM) specializations commence Trimester I in Dubai.
- All students to Sydney campus for Trimester II.
- Investment Banking & Wealth Management (IBWM) and Information Technology Management (ITM) specializations complete Trimester III in Dubai; and Consulting Management (CM), Contemporary Marketing Management (CMM) and Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management (GLSCM) specializations complete Trimester III in Singapore.
The multi-city model is
the main highlight of S P Jain’s GMBA.
Studying and networking with people from different cultures, and the experience of living in three of the most dynamic cities in the world – Dubai, Singapore & Sydney – is a life-changing experience! This model sets the best example that an MBA is not what you learn in the class; global managers need to work across geographical boundaries and develop sensitivity towards different cultures.