Anyone any idea about Global MBA?


rraheja

Yes, sort of!

I checked out their GMBA program, and found that they need 3+ years of experience compulsorily...


So how many months of experience do you have?

I am having 2+ years of experience in IT, and within next 4 months will be having 3 clearly. So please suggest what to do?
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Yes, sort of!

I checked out their GMBA program, and found that they need 3+ years of experience compulsorily...</blockquote>

So how many months of experience do you have? </blockquote>

I am having 2+ years of experience in IT, and within next 4 months will be having 3 clearly. So please suggest what to do?
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rraheja
SP Jain also offer a masters for people with 3 or less years' work experience: http://www.spjain.org/mgb/index.aspx


Ohk, it's mgb. Is it different from Global MBA that they are providing? Does it has different specialization in it?
<blockquote>SP Jain also offer a masters for people with 3 or less years' work experience: http://www.spjain.org/mgb/index.aspx</blockquote>

Ohk, it's mgb. Is it different from Global MBA that they are providing? Does it has different specialization in it?
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Duncan
That blue thing is a hyperlink. Please click on it.
That blue thing is a hyperlink. Please click on it.
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nitenya
SP Jain also offer a masters for people with 3 or less years' work experience: http://www.spjain.org/mgb/index.aspx


Ohk, it's mgb. Is it different from Global MBA that they are providing? Does it has different specialization in it?


Yes, it is quite different where you are getting opportunities to use your experience and learn the advanced of it.

You better can check with the click posted by Duncan, it will help you out to know more about the program.
<blockquote><blockquote>SP Jain also offer a masters for people with 3 or less years' work experience: http://www.spjain.org/mgb/index.aspx</blockquote>

Ohk, it's mgb. Is it different from Global MBA that they are providing? Does it has different specialization in it?</blockquote>

Yes, it is quite different where you are getting opportunities to use your experience and learn the advanced of it.

You better can check with the click posted by Duncan, it will help you out to know more about the program.
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yashverma
What's a placement statistics for S P Jain exactly? I have heard it is quite better in Middle East.
What's a placement statistics for S P Jain exactly? I have heard it is quite better in Middle East.
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nitenya
What's a placement statistics for S P Jain exactly? I have heard it is quite better in Middle East.


For placements, it has quite good record. And yeah, you are quite on that Middle East part also.

Well, you might have gone through just head text. See it completely, you'll understand this.
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

Check it out.
<blockquote>What's a placement statistics for S P Jain exactly? I have heard it is quite better in Middle East.</blockquote>

For placements, it has quite good record. And yeah, you are quite on that Middle East part also.

Well, you might have gone through just head text. See it completely, you'll understand this.
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

Check it out.
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saurabh_p
What's a placement statistics for S P Jain exactly? I have heard it is quite better in Middle East.

Hi Duncan,

I am a hotel management graduate, after working for four years in customer service with Marriott in india, I joined a cruise line in the UK, and worked with them for another ten years. However due to economic conditions in Europe and small size of the company, there is not much growth (three promotions over the decade) but the salary has been good. Now I face kind of mid career crisis. Also the Hotel management qualification does not help me get in to other sectors. I am a manager and handle a team of 10, I have mostly worked in Customer service, Finance, Logistics and administration. I have traveled all over the world and have worked in a multicultural workforce (29 nationalities). Do you think an MBA would help me in a career switch. I am not open to an Executive MBA and would rather go for a full time one. Please can you suggest me a suitable college?s As of now I have been offered admission for SP Jain Global MBA.
<blockquote>What's a placement statistics for S P Jain exactly? I have heard it is quite better in Middle East.</blockquote>
Hi Duncan,

I am a hotel management graduate, after working for four years in customer service with Marriott in india, I joined a cruise line in the UK, and worked with them for another ten years. However due to economic conditions in Europe and small size of the company, there is not much growth (three promotions over the decade) but the salary has been good. Now I face kind of mid career crisis. Also the Hotel management qualification does not help me get in to other sectors. I am a manager and handle a team of 10, I have mostly worked in Customer service, Finance, Logistics and administration. I have traveled all over the world and have worked in a multicultural workforce (29 nationalities). Do you think an MBA would help me in a career switch. I am not open to an Executive MBA and would rather go for a full time one. Please can you suggest me a suitable college?s As of now I have been offered admission for SP Jain Global MBA.
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Duncan
You have asked the same question at http://www.find-mba.com/board/38778/last/#last so I replied there.
You have asked the same question at http://www.find-mba.com/board/38778/last/#last so I replied there.
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