Understanding the global business environment is key to business success, and at SP Jain, students learn this by living and studying in some of the most international cities of the world’s. So in addition to learning the various tools of business (like most university graduates), our students understand the global nature of business in the most compelling way - through actual exposure to diverse cultures, political beliefs, traditions and technological innovations.
In addition to living and studying in some of the world’s top economic centres, our students participate in special global learning classes where business frameworks are studied and tested. They interact with local companies and conduct real-time application-based projects that help them really understand the interconnected nature of business, the influence and impact of culture on consumer preferences and business decisions, global collaboration and best practices, and the risks of stepping out of one’s home country.
In September 2018, SP Jain welcomed close to 300 students from 21 countries, including China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Philippines, Spain and Thailand, to its undergraduate programs. Visualise the contribution this diversity makes to the learning process and the impact it has on your development as a sensitive and empathetic manager.
In the last seven years of our short but decorated fourteen-year history, we have been ranked by three of the world’s top four business school rankings – Forbes, Financial Times and The Economist. In each of these rankings, we are the youngest school featured – an accomplishment we attribute to our unique and innovative model of business education.