Global MBA programs are fast becoming popular for the kind of learning and exposure they entail. It is important, however, not to ignore the quality of the MBA program one chooses. One may find oneself unsure of the factors worth considering while choosing an MBA program. It is a great idea to look at the curriculum, rankings, alumna records and global exposure while assessing different programs.

The curriculum of the program must be rooted in business fundamentals and the course structure must facilitate the process of creating global leaders. Considering the significance of a great curriculum, SP Jain School of Global Management, amongst a few others, has incorporated “Business Education 2.0” in its curriculum. With elements such as corporate readiness, smart decision-making, global leadership, its curriculum has set high standards for MBA curriculum around the globe.

Increasingly, the importance of the presence of a global perspective is increasing in an MBA program. This factor derives its importance from the inevitable global nature of work post MBA.  A lot of B-schools are taking a step in the right direction to ensure that the students get adequate exposure. Worth noting is the tri-city model initiated by SP Jain School of Global Management, which provides a Masters in Global Business (MGB) Program wherein the students complete the course studying in three different campuses, Singapore, Sydney and Dubai, for different semesters.

A prospective MBA student must also look at the placement records of alumna. These records define an institution’s quality. B-schools like SP Jain School of Global Management have a foothold throughout the globe, with their alumna present at senior management levels of the companies they’re working for.  For further information, one may visit:

According to The Economist’s 2015 full time MBA rankings, IIMA, and SP Jain School of Global Management, Singapore stand amongst the top 100 B-schools all over the globe, with the first rank going to University of Chicago-Booth School of Business. In Forbes ranking of the best international MBAs: One year programs, INSEAD, IMD, Cambridge, Oxford, Warwick and SP Jain School of Global Management figure in the top 10 ranks.

Posted by The Indian Economist | For the Curious Mind