|Business School/Provider||S P Jain School of Global Management|
|Duration||1.5 years Part-time|
|Delivery Mode||Delivered online and on-campus at Sydney Olympic Park, S P Jain School of Global Management Sydney campus|
|2021 Fees||$31,147 Domestic
S P Jain School of Global Management EMBA Course Overview
The 18-month part-time S P Jain School of Global Management EMBA is designed to enable working professionals discover a unique style of leadership, seize challenging opportunities, develop a decision-making track record and boost their career in the company of like-minded individuals and faculty drawn from around the world.
The in-depth knowledge imparted through the core concepts, electives, simulations and projects are built to set students up for a lifetime of decision-making and leadership.
Rapid career progression is a unique outcome of the S P Jain School of Global Management EMBA. Year after year, S P Jain has witnessed graduates return to their organisations, seize opportunities, apply the lessons they learnt in class and boost their careers. That is because S P Jain’s curriculum focuses very uniquely on helping students develop the whole gamut of skills and attributes needed to succeed at work – decision-making, problem-solving, innovative thought, effective communication and leadership.
S P Jain School of Global Management EMBA Course Structure
TheS P Jain School of Global Management EMBA is delivered in four phases:
- PHASE 1: Essentials of Management
- PHASE 2: Practice of Management
- PHASE 3: Cross-functional Management
- PHASE 4: Applied Business Research
Phase 1 (Essentials of Management) is delivered over 8 months, and helps students build a sound foundation in the core concepts of business. Subjects in the second phase (Practice of Management) enables one to specialise in a particular functional area of management. This phase takes about 6 months to complete. Cross Functional Management, which normally should take 2 months, is the third phase in which every subject is taught using a simulation.
Phases 3 and 4 comprehensively prepare one to be a General Manager. It is designed to help all students critically think and solve problems in a holistic or integrative manner.
A unique feature of the EMBA program is the Applied Business Research Project undertaken by students within the context of their own organisations. The project is divided into two stages:
Stage 1: Design of a research proposal
In this stage, students are required to conduct extensive secondary research. They are actively involved in literature review as well as collecting data from journals, white papers, news articles and websites. Students are required to build a business case, define a business problem/opportunity and arrive at clear research objectives to meet the business challenge.
Research proposals are evaluated and approved by a panel comprising faculty and industry mentors, before progressing to stage two.
Stage 2: Undertaking research & making corporate recommendations
Students commence this stage by refining their research proposal and undertaking primary research. Each student carries out in-depth analysis using various research tools and techniques to arrive at strategic recommendations with managerial implications.
S P Jain is accredited for its Global MBA program by ABEST21, The Alliance on Business Education and Scholarship for Tomorrow, Japan.
All applicants of the S P Jain School of Global Management EMBA must already be a university graduate to apply.
Candidates opting for the EMBA must have a minimum of five years of full-time work experience to apply.
International applicants must have an English Language Proficiency Score (ELPS) to enrol into the program. At the time of applying for the program a student is not required to show an ELPS.
Acceptable scores are as follows:
- IELTS minimum score of 6.5 (students may opt to appear for the Academic or General IELTS test)
- TOEFL iBT minimum score of 70 Pearson Test of English minimum score of 60 Only test scores obtained in the last two (2) years are valid.
This is also a mandatory requirement for a student to obtain an Australian visa.