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For SP Jain Global batch of 2019, the future’s bright

The Global MBA program of SP Jain was recently ranked #12 in the world by Forbes.

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Nov 27, 2019, 10.56 AM IST
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The graduation event of SP Jain Global was held in September.
The graduation event of SP Jain Global was held in September.
SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global) has reported a successful closure of the placement season for its flagship global MBA program and the Master of Global Business Program, with employment locations spread across India, Dubai, Singapore, Phi l ippines, Vietnam, Bahrain, Qatar, Africa, among others.

Dr Balakrishna Grandhi, dean of the school’s full-time post-graduate programs, attributes this success to the school’s unique tri-city learning model. SP Jain Global has campuses in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney and Mumbai. “Our students have a unique edge when it comes to competing for global jobs. Having lived and studied in three of the world’s top business cities, they have first-hand knowledge of how to operate and succeed in a global business environment,” Dr Grandhi said.

The Global MBA program was recently ranked #12 in the world by Forbes.

Key highlights
1. 50 per cent placements for international opportunities.
2. Highest of fer for the GMBA prog ram is `45 lakh, and the average offer is `20 lakh. The former witnessed a 10 per cent increase from 2018.
3. Top recruiters for the Global MBA program are KPMG, Dell, Rivoli, Tata NYK, KPIsoft, Accenture Strategy, E&Y, Deloitte, Vector Consulting, Cedar Consulting, Cogoport, Johnson & Johnson, Adani, Genpact, PWC, Barclays, Ceva Logistics, Zen Rooms and Sofis.
4. The highest offer for the master of global business program is `36 lakh, and the average offer is `18.5 lakh. The former witnessed a 16 per cent increase from 2018.
5. Top recruiters for the Master of Global Business program this season include Deloitte, Schneider Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Landmark Group, Kuehne+Nagel, Redington Gulf, Aramex, Westcon, Dunia Finance, Homebox, Danzas, Essar, Adani, Cogoport, Cedar Consulting and Genpact.

6. Consulting emerged as the top recruiting sector with 24 per cent offers, followed by logistics and supply chain at 17 per cent and information technology at 16 per cent. Other sectors were fintech, banking, investment banking, retail, luxury, education, staffing, energy, pharmaceuticals, etc.

7. Leading startups like Zenrooms, Gnowbe and Cogoport also commanded a sweet spot in this season’s placement race.

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