Top management positions increasingly go to global citizens – people who have lived overseas and therefore, understand many business cultures. Get this edge with our Global MBA program, where every student lives and studies in Asia, Australia and the Middle East. The program provides insight into some of the latest and most innovative areas of business management, and focuses specially on helping students appreciate, accept and adapt to different business and cultural environments.
Why SP Jain's Global MBA?
Program Structure & Curriculum
Ask the right questions to frame issues
Use the right tools to analyse data
Synthesise information to create value
Innovate using Design Thinking
Use digital technology to develop high quality solutions; and
Add value to future employers
To fulfil the requirements of the Global MBA program, you must complete 44 credits.
|GLOBAL IMMERSION PROJECT||6|
In the initial term of the program, students build on their experience and gain a solid foundation in business through core courses in general topics of management like Economics, Finance, Statistics and Marketing. These courses are common and are required for all students, irrespective of their areas of specialisation.
Contemporary Marketing Management
Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management
- Consulting Management
Employability & Global Careers
- Highest CTC: INR 41 lakhs
- Average CTC: INR 25 lakhs
- Top recruiters this season include multinationals from all over the world (specifically, Southeast Asia, Europe and the Middle East) such as Bahwan CyberTek, BNED LoudCloud, Caterpillar, Cedar, Client First Asia, Cummins, Danzas ME, Deloitte, Ensure Services, Everstone Capital, Google, IMV, ITC Infotech, JDA Software, Johnson & Johnson, Kantar TNS, KPMG, Protiviti Consulting, Quantum Inventions, Standard & Poor’s, Seadrill, Symphony Summit, Takshashila Consulting, Technal, Vinculum Solutions and Westcon.
|SPECIALISATION||HIGHEST CTC (INR)||HIGHEST CTC (USD)||AVERAGE CTC (INR)||AVERAGE CTC (USD)|
|Information Technology Management||3,123,910||46,046||2,321,955||34,226|
|Contemporary Marketing Management||3,435,000||50,632||2,503,427||36,901|
|Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management||4,121,430||60,750||2,706,020||39,887|
- Highest CTC: INR 48 lakhs
- Average CTC: INR 22.5 lakhs
- The intake witnessed a 3-fold jump in average post-MBA salaries as compared to their pre-MBA salaries.
- Top recruiters this season included multinationals such as Cummins, DELL, Dunia Finance, Henkel, Hewlett-Packard, JDA, SalesForce, Societe Generale, Tata Trent, Tech Mahindra, TESCO and Xchanging
|SPECIALISATION||HIGHEST CTC (INR)||HIGHEST CTC (USD)||AVERAGE CTC(INR)||AVERAGE CTC (USD)|
|Information Technology Management||3,279,585||48,915||1,970,863||29,395|
|Contemporary Marketing Management||4,807,225||71,700||2,693,952||40,180|
|Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management||3,373,290||50,312||2,019,155||30,116|
PAST PLACEMENT REPORT: CLASS OF 2016
The Intake witnessed 2.5-fold jump in average post-GMBA salaries as compared with the pre-GMBA salaries.
Average CTC: INR 21.5 lakhs
Top recruiters of the season were Abbott, Barclays, Cognizant, DELL, Deloitte, Dunia Finance, E&Y, Genpact, HCL, Heinz, HP, ITC Infotech, KPMG, Landmark Group, M&M, Maersk, Microsoft, TCS, Unilever and Wipro.
Effective business writing including how to analyse situations to determine the most appropriate method of communication, tone, and level of formality.
Oral communication including interviews, presentations, spontaneous conversations, persuasive/dissuasive arguments, group discussions, and e-communication.
Increased fluency in English to better perform in a global, English-speaking business environment.
Communication management including theory, conflict resolution, and crisis communication.
Research and citation skills for better, results-oriented reporting.
Understanding the job interview process from both sides of the desk. Knowledge of how interviews are conducted will not only help executives with their own
recruiting,but also the interviewees to prepare correctly for and overcome nervousness in interviews.