SP Jain has Career Services offices in Dubai, India, Singapore and Sydney. Our Career Services teams help students find career opportunities. For more information, please see our Career Services for MGB and Global MBA.
SP Jain obtains visas for MGB and GMBA students for Singapore and Dubai. Charges for processing the Dubai and Singapore visas are covered in the fees paid by a student.
Students need to apply for Australian visas themselves (the Australian immigration authorities do not allow SP Jain to apply on behalf of students). SP Jain can provide assistance for students applying for Australian visas.
All applicants must have completed their education in English and must provide certified evidence to the School.
Applicants who have not completed their most recent education qualifications in English are required to take any of the recognised formal English language tests and obtain currently valid minimum scores as listed in the Postgraduate Admission and Selection Policy.
International applicants (including those who have completed their most recent education qualifications in English) who are undertaking study at our Sydney campus may need to meet the English language test requirements detailed by the Australian Government to obtain their student visas. For more information, please click here.
Yes, you can still apply. However, for the June 2023 intake, you need to have your passport in hand by April 10, 2023, as we need it to process your student visas.
Yes, you can apply to the program prior to receiving your final results. You can also appear for the SPJAT and go through the evaluation process. However, until you receive your graduation results, you can only be offered a conditional offer of acceptance to the MGB program
SP Jain is registered as an Institute of Higher Education by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) in Australia. Upon graduation, you will be awarded a degree by SP Jain School of Global Management, Australia.
We are also registered by the Committee for Private Education (CPE) in Singapore and permitted by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in the UAE.
The MGB and Global MBA typically have between 80-100 students per batch.
Students of the MGB and GMBA June 2023 intake will study on-campus in Singapore, Sydney and Dubai (4 months at each campus).
Your safety is our highest priority. Amid the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, if face-to-face classes on campus are not feasible, the classes will be held online.
Not all specialisations are offered every intake for the MGB or Global MBA programs. The School will decide which specialisation will be offered for which intake. For more information, please see the specialisations for MGB and Global MBA.
Both MGB and GMBA are full-time programs at SP Jain which does not permit you to work and study at the same time. If you have more than 3 years of work experience and wish to pursue a part-time MBA, you can apply for SP Jain’s Executive MBA.
As a student of the GMBA program, you can either choose electives across different areas and develop a cross-functional perspective or specialise in any one functional area of management. You need not indicate your choice at the application stage; you may do so within a month after course commencement. Upon arrival on the campus, you will undergo a briefing by the dean of the program, area heads and members of the corporate relations team to help you make an informed decision.
No, you should not submit two applications. You can apply for two specialisations in a single application for MGB. Submitting more than one application is strictly not allowed and will lead to a candidate's admission being disqualified.
Our GMBA program is designed for professionals who wish to take as little time off as possible. While some MBAs are two-year programs, ours takes fewer holidays and compresses classes into a shorter period of time. We cover the same material as two-year MBAs offered at other schools.
In Dubai and Sydney, students are housed in apartments. In Singapore, they live in dormitories. Men and women are housed in separate apartments/levels in the main building.
Students have shared rooms. The number of occupants per room varies depending on the size of the room.
For more information, please see Singapore accommodation, Dubai accommodation and Sydney campus.