Sydney, a truly global city, is rated among the world's best cities for its combination of business, culture, sports, food and recreation. The city draws over 150,000 international students every year and is home to 48 of Australia's top 100 companies. Sydney offers an exceptional environment not only for studying, but also for experiencing a dynamic and diverse city.
SP JAIN'S SYDNEY CAMPUS
SP Jain School of Global Management opened the Sydney campus in 2012. It's located in the Sydney Olympic Park business district, surrounded by exceptional facilities for sports and recreation.
The campus has 12 auditorium-style classrooms, breakout rooms, a café with its own kitchen and lounges. Students have access to quiet spaces for study and can also get involved in the exciting culture of Sydney, experiencing the true essence of global learning.
In Sydney, the School provides apartment-style accommodation in buildings shared with other families. These are fully furnished and self-contained with a kitchen, laundry and dining and living areas. Student apartments come in both two- and three-bedroom configurations with attached bathrooms. The accommodation is close to supermarkets and restaurants and 30 minutes from the city centre.
Sydney campus reopens with safety measures in place
After leading a virtual life for five and a half months, our students returned to the Sydney campus, in line with the safety regulations put forth by the local governing bodies and the COVID-safe campus guidelines set by the School.
Through this transition, the health, safety and well-being of our community continue to be our highest priority. We have developed this guide to help you navigate the safety protocols we have put in place at the Sydney campus:
By implementing these safety measures, we aim to create an environment where you feel secure to focus on your learning goals. It is up to each of us to do our part and support each other to help create a safer environment for everyone.
Please note: As COVID-19 is an evolving situation, our safety guidelines will be updated to adhere to any new directives and advisories issued by the local governing bodies.