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SP Jain School of Global Management's report card: Class of 2019 heads to Australia

Over 50 per cent students secured jobs in Australia with a good package.

ET Bureau|
Dec 12, 2019, 10.05 AM IST
SP Jain School of Global Management has announced the ongoing successful employment for its BBA students.
SP Jain School of Global Management has announced the ongoing successful employment for its BBA students.
The country is the top employment location for undergraduate students of SP Jain School of Global Management.

SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Global) has announced the ongoing successful employment for its Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students. With over 50 per cent of them having secured jobs in Australia, the class of 2019 is off to a great start in the land Down Under.

Employment Report – A Snapshot
• Over 50 per cent students secured jobs in Australia with average starting salaries of AUD 55,000 (Rs 27 lakh approx.)
• Other placement locations include UAE, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Rwanda, India, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and the USA.
• Grant Thornton, Deloitte, Mediacom, Bank of Queensland, Schneider Electric, VFS Group, Stockland, Jones Lang LaSalle, Guzman and Gomez, OMD, Mindshare, Export Connect and Third Horizon Consulting are amongst the top recruiters of SP Jain’s latest class.
• Sales & Marketing, followed by the Finance and Operations sectors were the biggest recruiters of SP Jain’s BBA students this year. Students also secured roles in General Management and Consulting.
• The Class of 2019 included students from over 24 count ries including India, Singapore, Dubai, Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea, Philippines, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Mauritius, Nepal, Finland, Italy, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Poland, Thailand, Spain, Guatemala, China, Mexico, Zimbabwe and Mongolia.

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Future business leaders Richard Coller, Director of Professional Readiness at SP Jain’s Sydney campus, says, “On completing the program, SP Jain students are entitled to a 2-year unrestricted Post Study Work Rights Visa and many of them, after discovering what a great place Australia is, take up this opportunity.”

SP Jain launched the BBA in 2010, becoming the world’s first business school to pioneer and offer a multi-city undergraduate program. “When we launched the BBA in 2010, we were considered to be somewhat of an outlier. We have since graduated over 650 students who have gone on to do very well in their global careers. That’s why today, companies believe in our model,” shares Nitish Jain, President of the school.

The BBA of SP Jain is a four-year, multi-city program that is accredited by Australia’s Tertiary Education Quality & Standards Agency (TEQSA). Students travel to Singapore/Mumbai for Year 1 of the program, Dubai for Year 2 and Sydney for Years 3 and 4, graduating with an Australian degree and twoyear Post Study Work Rights in Australia. SP Jain is registered as a Higher Education Provider in Australia.

Upon graduation, students receive a degree conferred by SP Jain School of Global Management, Australia. Admissions are currently open for the January 2020 and September 2020 intakes of the program.

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