S P Jain School of Global Management, a young 11-year old school was ranked #1 Business School in Dubai by Global Brands magazine, UK. In addition, S P Jain was ranked #33 in Poets & Quants’ ranking of International MBAs and is the only Business school based in Dubai to feature on this list. Both these lists feature Business Schools like Harvard, London Business School, Insead, IE Business School, and IIM-A among others and S P Jain is proud to be a part of this elite group.
The Global Brands Magazine awards have become a benchmark in providing a precise indicator of leading brands across the globe. The Awards were established with the aim of honouring excellence in performance and rewarding Companies across different sectors. The awards are given to acknowledge key players who strive for excellence and provide a platform for recognition, which S P Jain is very proud of. Until 2015 no other Business School from Dubai was featured on this list. The award aims to identify, create awareness about the significance of exceptional service delivery & reward performance with the ultimate Global Recognition.
The Poets & Quants list is a composite of four major MBA rankings published by The Financial Times, The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek and Forbes. The ranking takes into account a massive wealth of quantitative and qualitative data captured in these major lists, from surveys of corporate recruiters, MBA graduates, deans and faculty publication records to median GPA and GMAT scores of entering students as well as the latest salary and employment statistics of alumni.
By blending these rankings using a system that takes into account each of their strengths as well as their flaws, P&Q is arguably the most authoritative ranking of MBA programs ever published.
Speaking on the new ranking, Mr Nitish Jain, President at S P Jain School of Global Management said “Poets and Quants is one of the most reputed MBA blog sites out of USA. Interestingly, the ranking is a combination of the four major MBA rankings, Financial Times, Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek and Forbes, three of which we have been featured in, hence, being ranked #33 in the world is very coveted. It really feels satisfying that our innovative new model for MBA is working and delivering superior student outcomes. Sometimes we are asked do rankings matter? All one has to do is look at the schools that feature on the list is to get your answer.”
Just two months earlier the School was ranked by Forbes as the 10th Best International 1-Year MBA in the world and by The Economist in the Top 100.
Five years of consistent rankings have placed the School among the best business schools in the world and has enabled the School to attract high quality students from around the world. S P Jain has reimagined business education and this is what produces graduates that are much sought after by global companies. The rankings vindicate that S P Jain’s new model really works.