SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain) – a management school with roots in India, but with branches in Australia, Singapore and Dubai has claimed that its graduates get the highest salaries in the UAE upon completion of studies, based on the Nielsen Salary Audit Topline Report 2014. SP Jain says that it was ranked No.1 in this report, indicating that SP Jain MBA graduates received the highest salaries in the country on graduation.
SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain) has been ranked No. 1 in the UAE by Nielsen in its Salary Audit Topline Report 2014, which indicates that SP Jain MBA graduates received the highest salaries in the UAE on graduation. The findings were drawn from a salary audit conducted by Nielsen of fresh management graduates who have been placed within various companies in the UAE. Nielsen reported that SP Jain graduates enjoy starting salaries 45% higher than their peers from other UAE universities.
Nielsen reported that SP Jain graduates enjoy starting salaries 45% higher than their peers from other UAE universities
Professor John Davis, Dean – Global MBA & Master of Global Business, SP Jain, shares, “Year after year, SP Jain graduates have built a strong track record of being exceptional global business managers. Their remarkable performance, both in the workplace and outside, has led to our growth as one of the world’s best business schools. Just last year, the School was ranked #1 in Dubai and #5 in Asia by Forbes in its Best International Business Schools Rankings.”
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The school’s Global MBA programme was ranked among the Top 20 MBA programmes in the world in the Forbes Best Business Schools (International) Rankings 2013. SP Jain was also ranked #11 in the world in the ‘Best International 1 year MBA programmes’ category and #19 in the world in the ‘Best International MBA programmes’ category, that ranks both one year and two year MBA programmes.
In addition to a coveted Forbes ranking in 2013, the School enjoyed top rankings for its MBA program in 2011 and 2012 by the Financial Times.
The school has international campuses in Dubai, Singapore and Sydney and requires all its full-time students to study in all three campuses.