SP Jain School of Global Management campus now in Australia

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SP Jain School of Global Management is all set to open its new campus in Australia. The new campus will be established with an estimated cost of AUD 54 million (Rs 301 crore), in Sydney in December.It has already opened its campuses in Dubai and Singapore.

it is expected that  campus is expected to see a cohort of around 50 undergraduate students and 95 master students, with numbers set to increase substantially in the coming year. It has also been announced that international students will receive discounts on public transport, as part of ongoing efforts to promote the State as a world-class location for international education.

According to, Premier of New South Wales Barry O’Farrell said, “the investment is significant as it is the first Indian school to be set up in Australia with its own fully-fledged campus. This multi-million investment by SP Jain in a new Sydney campus will further enhance NSW’s reputation globally for excellence in education.” He said that NSW Trade & Investment in Sydney and NSW Government’s trade office in Mumbai were working closely with SP Jain to support the establishment of the new Sydney campus.

SP Jain School of Global Management is a private business school, with campuses in Dubai (2004), and Singapore (2006). S P Jain has its roots in its sister institute SPJIMR, which was established in Mumbai, India in 1981. This had the unique distinction of being inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of United Kingdom, Hon. Margaret Thatcher. It was accredited by the Department of Education and Training, New South Wales, Australia. Students receive an Australian degree when they graduate. The Institute was also accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).