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The Dubai campus of SP Jain School of Global Management located in Dubai International Academic City.

Technology enhancement plays a great role in the B-School's growth



By Dr Arindam Banerjee

Published: Wed 21 Aug 2019, 12:32 PM

Last updated: Wed 21 Aug 2019, 2:42 PM

A global multi-city programme, 21st century technology-centred curriculum, eclectic classrooms with a diverse student profile from across the world, an Australian degree, and a global exposure to internationally reputed companies is all that defines SP Jain School of Global Management.
Over the past decade and a half, the school has been consistently featured among the top in some of the most coveted global rankings such as Forbes, The Financial Times and The Economist for its various programmes.
The latest includes a world number 4 ranking by Times Higher Education - Wall Street Journal for its 1-year international MBA programmes.
The school's success primarily stems from its students' outcomes based on the job placements and the resulting salary packages.
Other important factors that play a major role include faculty qualifications and their diversity, application-oriented research and increasing application of technology in programmes.
The programmes ensure that the focus remains on how students can achieve their goals through continuous preparation for tomorrow's disruptive world, upgrade their skills through training and working in global teams and a global culture.
A key aspect of the programmes is active global learning that bridges cultural differences and brings different business frameworks on to one platform.
Over the years, business and technology has converged to create new business models and SP Jain has been quick in adopting the same as part of its core programme philosophy. Technology enhancement plays an active role in the school's growth.
The Engaged Learning Classroom (ELC) platform creates an active classroom engagement by shifting the levers of the class towards a more student-centric approach.
Similarly, the Engaged Learning Online (ELO) programme provides an excellent platform to bring students across the globe to converge on one online platform and be part of the school's Executive MBA programme.
With the progress in time, the school ensures to reach greater heights of academic excellence and create a talent pool that will create the backbone of the future society.
Dr Arindam Banerjee is associate professor and deputy director - Masters Programmes and director - Student Recruitment (UG Programmes) E-mail: arindam.banerjee@spjain.org


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