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S P Jain Global ranked #12 in the latest Forbes ranking of the world’s top international MBAs


Mumbai, September 2019: S P Jain Global’s flagship Global MBA program climbed four places to be
ranked #12 in the world in Forbes’ latest ranking of the world’s top 1-year international MBA
programs, ahead of Hong Kong University, HEC Montreal, Erasmus (Rotterdam), Cass and Hult.
Forbes’ biennial ranking of the world’s best 1-year and 2-year international MBA programs is based
solely on the return on investment achieved by business school graduates. This year, the Forbes
ranking compared the earnings of the Class of 2014 in their first five years post-MBA. S P Jain’s Class
of 2014 reported a net gain of USD 61,300, even higher than the 2-year MBA programs of NYU, USC,
Georgia Tech, UNSW Business School, Schulich School of Business, Penn State and other top
international business schools.
“We are thrilled to have climbed in the Forbes MBA rankings this year, especially as these rankings
are student-focused. Since 2011, our Global MBA has consistently featured in top MBA rankings by
the Financial Times, Forbes and The Economist. It is particularly thrilling to see that S P Jain Global is
also now more highly ranked than much more established 1-year and 2-year MBA programs!,”
shared Nitish Jain, President of S P Jain Global.
“We owe much of this success to our unique tri-city model that has resulted in more emotionally
intelligent and globally-minded graduates who have gone on to do very well in their careers, both in
India and outside.” The 15-year-old School presently boasts of a 7000+ alumni community that is
spread across 30 countries, including Singapore, Australia, Chinna, Denmark, France, Georgia,
Germany, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, UAE, UK and the US.
Dr. Balakrishna Grandhi, Dean of the program, said of this news, “When it comes to global jobs, our
graduates have the distinct advantage of having lived and studied in three of the world’s top
business cities. They have first-hand knowledge of how to operate in a global business environment
– a skill that is much valued by recruiters. They undertake projects with top companies, interact with
business leaders and thinkers, go on cultural tours and develop important global skills.”
“This is a proud day for us graduates from the Class of 2014! The fact that the program continues to
gain international recognition and a steady rise in prestigious MBA rankings, like Forbes, is evidence
that the unique learning ecosystem that the School provides, thanks to its global model, is both
relevant and impactful. The Global MBA has been a stepping stone to new careers, new prospects,
greater responsibilities, leadership roles and so much more for many, like me, and this latest ranking
is a testimony to that,” shared Shivani Naik (Global MBA 2014) who is presently working at Reliance
Industries Limited.

The Forbes MBA rankings, along with Financial Times and The Economist, are among the most
prestigious MBA rankings in the world, and SP Jain Global is the youngest business school in the
world to get all three.

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