SP Jain School of Global Management Launches A Set Of Flexible Options For BBA program
These options are to cater to students and parents who, amid the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 crisis, have different preferences for how they would like to study and travel.
SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global) announced today the launch of a new set of flexible learning options for its Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program. These options are to cater to students and parents who, amid the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 crisis, have different preferences for how they would like to study and travel.
SP Jain which has campuses in Sydney, Dubai, Mumbai and Singapore said today that the students who sign up for its BBA program could choose which campus they would like to study at. They may consider a year or two in Mumbai, Dubai or Singapore and travel to Sydney for the final two years. Or they may choose to spend all four years of the program exclusively in Mumbai and Dubai, and still graduate with an Australian degree.
The SP Jain President shares that the School’s original tri-city model will also continue to be offered for those who wish to study in Mumbai/Singapore, Dubai and Sydney and explore employment opportunities in Australia on graduation. “Our students have found much success in Australia – both during the program and after – so it is only natural that we will continue to offer our original model for students who don’t mind travelling to three countries.” In 2019, over 50% of the School’s BBA graduates secured employment in Australia with average starting salaries of AUD 55,000 and majority of the rest in Dubai, Singapore, India and rest of the world within 4 months of completing their program.
“SP Jain is known worldwide for pioneering and offering the world’s first tri-city BBA program where students study in not one, but a minimum of three international cities,” shares Nitish Jain, President, SP Jain School of Global Management. “But we are now living in unprecedented times and the need of the hour is to address uncertainty with flexibility. We are confident that students and parents will benefit from these new options in several ways, including the ability to ensure that they can make the best academic choices for their interests and ambitions.”
SP Jain has also recently launched a new high-end online learning format for students unwilling to go to a physical campus. This gives students considerable flexibility to decide based on their preferences.
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