As an EMBA student at SP Jain Global, you will be engaged and motivated using a wide variety of teaching tools. Our classes often witness a fusion of technology, innovation and global business, resulting in an impactful and real-world learning experience. Here are some examples:
You can choose to study from any location convenient to you and our Engaged Learning Online (ELO) technology will offer you an immersive classroom-like experience virtually. It will keep you involved with different activities like polls, quizzes, breakout sessions, team discussions and more – all designed to help you stay active and invested while also helping you develop the confidence to take on future leadership challenges.
Effective problem-solving and decision-making are some of the major challenges faced by workplaces across the globe. With the Problems At Work (PAW) feature of the program, students are challenged to frame and articulate the problems they face in their work environments, debate and discuss them with peers in groups, identify and evaluate alternatives and arrive at a viable solution. The key objective of this exercise is to hone one’s critical thinking and problem-solving skills, hence enhancing the applicability and relevance of the curriculum.
At SP Jain Global, computer-aided business simulations are used extensively to enable students to practice and sharpen their real-world decision-making skills in an innovative and risk-free environment.
Examples of Simulations our students undertake:
The Global Immersion Project (GIP) aims to prepare EMBA students to plan, organise and collect data to analyse a global company in both a logical and fact-based way as well as in a creative and solutions-focused manner. Students analyse a global company within the context of a country entry strategy. This includes recommending and justifying strategies for the company going forward in the short, medium and long term and putting these recommendations into performance metrics (Balanced Scorecard).
Examples of GIPs our students undertake:
The Applied Business Research (ABR) is directed towards creating a greater understanding of the real-world corporate environment. The idea is to provide an opportunity to apply concepts in a practical context, thus influencing management practices through an investigation of an important business issue facing the organisation. The students’ endeavour is to create ‘consultant-class’ reports to provide actionable strategic directions for an organisation.
Examples of ABRs our students undertake: