S P Jain among world's top 20 B-schools
Dubai, November 14, 2013
S P Jain School of Global Management's Global MBA program has been ranked among the Top 20 MBA programs in the world in the Forbes Best Business Schools (International) Rankings 2013.
S P Jain has been ranked #11 in the world in the 'Best International one-year MBA programs' category and #19 in the world in the 'Best International MBA programs' category that ranks both one-year and two-year MBA programs.
Being the youngest business school to be placed among the world's top business schools on the list, S P Jain also is the only business school from Dubai to be placed on the rankings that is dominated by European business schools, a statement said.
For two consecutive years in 2011 and 2012, S P Jain also held a coveted spot in the Financial Times Top 100 Global MBA Rankings.
The high rankings and accreditations vindicate S P Jain's rapid rise as one of the world's top business schools. The school accepts less than 10 per cent of its applicants and has impressive graduate employment record, it said.
Founded in 1981 in Mumbai, the SP Jain School of Management has three international campuses in Dubai, Singapore and Sydney. - TradeArabia News Service
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