The campus, inaugurated by Barry O’Farrell, premier of New South Wales, is SP Jain’s third international campus after Dubai and Singapore.
Located at the historic Sydney Olympic Park, the campus is a 72,000 so feet building equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including a café, library, creative space, an executive centre and twelve auditorium-style lecture theatres and can accommodate over 500 full time students.
The addition of this new campus will strengthen SP Jain’s tri-city model of learning — SP Jain students can now be ‘globally intelligent’ by studying in three of the most dynamic economies in the world. Besides the social, political and economic benefits of studying in three regional hubs, this model provides our students with a competitive edge as they develop business skills that help them traverse borders, understand diverse cultures and operate successfully in a global context.
At S P Jain, learning transcends academia — we emphasise not only on classroom learning, but equally on a host of activities that take our students beyond the four walls of the classroom. At our Sydney campus, students will experience the true essence of ‘global learning’ by learning to surf hike, sail, as well as through tours of wineries and local attractions.
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