ADMISSIONS OPEN FOR THE FEBRUARY 2023 INTAKE
All applicants (domestic and international) will have an undergraduate degree from a recognised university or other approved tertiary institution.
Evidence of having worked after graduation on a full-time basis in a role which has been assessed by SP Jain as relevant to the course of study for a minimum period of 3 years.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
English language test scores must be submitted on or before January 15, 2023 (for the February 2023 intake). Only test scores obtained in the last 2 years will be considered valid.
APTITUDE/ENTRANCE TEST SCORE REQUIREMENTS
(We will update the academic calendar for the February 2023 intake shortly.)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
Does SP Jain require students to take an English language test?
All applicants must have completed their education in English and must provide certified evidence to the School.
Applicants who have not completed their most recent education qualifications in English are required to take any of the recognised formal English language tests and obtain currently valid minimum scores as listed in the Postgraduate Admission and Selection Policy.
International applicants (including those who have completed their most recent education qualifications in English) who are undertaking study at our Sydney campus may need to meet the English language test requirements detailed by the Australian Government to obtain their student visas. For more information, please click here.
I am currently working in Dubai/Singapore/Sydney/Mumbai. Can I work and pursue the GMBA program at the same time or will I need to quit my job?
GMBA is a full-time program and does not permit students to work and study at the same time. Should candidates wish to pursue a part-time MBA, they may apply for SP Jain’s Executive MBA in either Dubai, Singapore, Sydney or online.
I have applied for a passport but have not received it yet. Can I still apply?
Yes, you can still apply. However, for the February 2023 intake, you need to have your passport in hand by January 10, 2023, as we need it to process your student visas.
Why is the GMBA program’s duration only one year, not two?
Our GMBA program is designed for professionals who wish to take as little time off as possible. While some MBAs are two-year programs, ours takes fewer holidays and compresses classes into a shorter period of time. We cover the same material as two-year MBAs offered at other schools.
By when do I need to select my specialisation?
As a student of the GMBA program, you can either choose electives across different areas and develop a cross-functional perspective or specialise in any one functional area of management. You need not indicate your choice at the application stage; you may do so within a month after course commencement. Upon arrival on the campus, you will undergo a briefing by the dean of the program, area heads and members of the corporate relations team to help you make an informed decision.