S P Jain School of Global Management (S P Jain) – a management school based in India, but with some overseas branches, has claimed that its graduates get the highest salaries in the UAE upon completion of studies.
These claims are based on the findings in the UAE by Nielsen in its Salary Audit Topline Report 2014.
The B-school says that it was ranked #1 in this report, indicating that S P Jain MBA graduates received the highest salaries in the country on graduation.
The salaries of fresh management graduates were compared, who have been placed within various companies in the UAE.
Nielsen reported that S P Jain graduates enjoy starting salaries 45 per cent higher than their peers from other UAE universities.
“The Nielsen ranking proves the exceptional quality of talent we produce and that top companies are willing to pay the highest salaries for these graduates.
“They are globally intelligent, culturally agile, and have actual experience living, studying and working in diverse cultures. Recruiters find this very appealing and relevant to their needs," said Professor Christopher Abraham, Head of Campus - Dubai and Senior Vice-President, S P Jain.
Recently, the school’s Global MBA programme was ranked among the Top 20 MBA programmes in the world in the Forbes Best Business Schools (International) Rankings 2013.
S P Jain has also been ranked #11 in the world in the ‘Best International 1 year MBA programmes’ category and #19 in the world in the ‘Best International MBA programmes’ category, that ranks both one year and two year MBA programmes.
The school has international campuses in Dubai, Singapore and Sydney and requires all its full-time students to study in all three campuses.
S P Jain is registered as a Higher Education Provider in Australia. Upon graduation, students receive a degree conferred by S P Jain School of Global Management, Australia.
S P Jain's courses are accredited by the Department of Education/Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), Australia, and licensed by the Council of Private Education, Singapore, and the Knowledge and Human Development Authority, Dubai.
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