SP Jain School of Global Management on Monday announced the launch of its third international campus at the Sydney Olympic Park in Australia. “Business has gone global and business schools need to go global too,” said Nitish Jain, president of SP Jain, at the launch. Earlier, the global business school opened campuses in Dubai in 2004 and Singapore in 2006. The tri-city model of SP Jain will offer students an opportunity to understand global business at an early age, Jain said.
“We have chosen three of the most iconic cities for students, all of which are world-class and home to several multinational companies, but are different culturally. The choice of locations was based on the fact that it should give maximum diversity of learning to students.” The Sydney campus will be inaugurated on December 1, and will start with 150 students, including 50 undergrads. It will offer a four-year Bachelor of Business
Administration (BBA), 12-month Master of Global Business (MGB) and 12-month Global MBA. A 12-month MBA programme will cost about $30,000 and a four-year BBA programme will cost around $16,000-17,000, and students will spend part of the course in each of the three global campuses.
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