The SP Jain Toastmasters Club in Dubai hosted the prestigious Area 23 Annual Speech Contest on 1st March 2019 at SP Jain School of Global Management’s Dubai campus.
The SP Jain Toastmasters Club in Dubai hosted its 2nd Annual Public Speaking Internal Club Contest on 26th January 2019. It was an engaging learning experience not only for the passionate current Executive MBA students and Alumni participants, but also for all the attendees.
SP Jain School of Global Management celebrated an evening full of fun, food and networking on 25th January 2019 at the retro-themed EMBAssadors Appreciation Night. Welcoming more than 30 SP Jain Executive MBA students (EMBAssadors) from Batch 10 to Batch 16 to the Singapore campus, the event was a token of appreciation towards the EMBAssadors for their unwavering support in shaping SP Jain's world-class Executive MBA (EMBA) community.
SP Jain School of Global Management and Reapra Aviation Partners, an aviation strategic consultancy agency, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on 24th January 2019. The partnership offers SP Jain students greater access to the aviation industry through projects, internships, mentorships and jobs.
S P Jain School of Global Management, Singapore, proudly welcomed 28 students from 9 nationalities working in 13 different industries to its 16th cohort of Executive MBA (EMBA) program. The S P Jain EMBA is an 18-month part-time program aimed towards busy working professionals who would like to accelerate their careers.
On 11th April, we welcomed a new Executive MBA (EMBA) cohort to our Singapore Campus. The EMBA Orientation was attended by the Guest of Honour, Mr Puneet Pushkarna, a member of SP Jain Singapore's Industry Advisory Board and Chairman of The Indus Entrepreneur, Singapore.
Business, like any other relationship, works on an ecosystem which is equally giving, receiving, and sharing. Many of the SP Jain students are at crossroads in their lives; some who have achieved the roles they always dreamt of, and some who are finding new and creative pathways for themselves.