S P Jain ranked 1st in Australia, 10th globally by Forbes


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On 10 September 2015, Forbes released its 2015 ranking of The Best International MBAs: One-Year Programs. S P Jain sprinted into the top 10 business schools in the world, leaping 9 positions from 2013, and remained number 1 in Australia.

This year’s Forbes ranking is based on the return of investment achieved by the class of 2010 for completing a MBA program. Forbes compared the alumni earnings in their first five years out of business school to their opportunity cost (two years of forgone compensation, tuition and required fees), and the schools on the list are all ranked based on their 5-year MBA gain.

As a highly regarded business school on the global stage, S P Jain has been focusing on crafting internationally minded business leaders with high-employability skills. S P Jain’s graduates are ready upon completion to contribute to their employer companies and make business happen, and this explains why the school has been moving up incomparably in rankings related to alumni career development.

The strong ranking reflects our continuing gains in global recognition of the quality of our MBA programs, which is second to none in the nation. The school was again ranked #1 in Australia, and rose nine positions to place 10th globally. The remarkable improvement reflects a significant step for S P Jain as the school diligently strives to grow into an internationally renowned business school recognised for its innovative and influential business education.

More information on the Forbes ranking can be found at here.

About S P Jain School of Global Management

S P Jain School of Global Management is an Australian business school with campuses in Sydney, Dubai, Mumbai and Singapore. The school delivers degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

S P Jain has been ranked #10 in the world by Forbes in the Best International Business School Rankings 2015. UK’s Financial Times ranked the school’s MBA program, in 2011 and 2012, in its Top 100 Global MBA Rankings.

The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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