04 May 2022 11:20:52 IST

Exec MBA at SP Jain records 400 p.c. growth in enrollments

SP Jain School of Global Management has recorded a 400 per cent growth in enrolment for its Executive MBA (EMBA) programme. It is a part-time, 18-month programme for experienced managers who are looking to transition into leadership roles within their organisations. The programme is taught virtually using SP Jain’s proprietary Engaged Learning Online (ELO) technology which offers an immersive classroom experience.

Students from recent batches hail from some 15 different countries, including India, Australia, Italy, Malaysia, Middle East, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Turkey, the UK, the US and Zambia. The top industries include automation, aviation, real estate, education, healthcare, and hospitality.

The employers of this batch include leading companies such as Mahindra & Mahindra, Electricity & Water Authority (Bahrain), Panasonic, Visa, Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Ernst & Young, The Himalaya Drug Company, Nokia, and Hewlett Packard.

Bridging gaps

“The programme has brought me in touch with a class full of fine professionals from various industry backgrounds who have significantly enriched my learning experience, especially during group assignments and networking outside of the class. It was a great learning experience,” said Anil Chelamchela, a student of SP Jain’s EMBA programme. Chelamchela is a senior tech leader with over 22 years of experience in technology and works as a senior director of IT at a leading Fortune 100 company.

Gary Stockport, Dean – Executive MBA, and Professor of Strategy, SP Jain, said: ”The EMBA programme has helped students gain knowledge and capabilities through disruptive learning. With a fine blend of practical and theoretical knowledge, the EMBA programme provides an excellent opportunity for working pros who want to become strong generalist managers.”