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Discover your unique style of leadership through an executive MBA

This article is brought to you by S P Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain).

With more than one-third of skills that are considered important today to change in five years, it is necessary to upskill yourselves to stay relevant in today’s business landscapes. Mid-career professionals are facing severe threats of stagnation in functional and technical roles.

While these experienced professionals claim deep functional expertise, they typically lack the business and management perspective demanded by the modern workplace and end up in a cumbersome career-plateau. How does one face and thrive with this challenge? Say hello to the ‘T’ shaped manager - one who breaks out of role of an individual contributor and helps the organisation grow as a whole.

With a carefully crafted balance of flexibility and rigour, the S P Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain) Executive MBA (EMBA) is designed to equip professionals with the skills to discover your unique style of leadership, seize challenging opportunities and develop a decision-making track record. The SP Jain EMBA has been designed to help you gain the strategic and cross-functional appreciation of management while further building the core functional and technical competencies.

Designed to encourage students to sharpen critical thinking and communication skills, be innovative, open-minded and proactive, the SP Jain EMBA programme brings together like-minded individuals and a diverse faculty group in its curriculum.

Flexibility to work and study

The SP Jain EMBA helps you develop the skills needed to speed up your momentum at work.

The 18-month part-time programme offers flexibility to work and study with its blended learning model. You get to benefit from both on-campus and online modules (through the latest Engaged Learning Online technology) without compromising your actual job.

ALSO READ: SP Jain launches Engaged Learning Online initiative in Singapore

Student learning experience

A truly dynamic student body is the foundation of the SP Jain EMBA experience. While the SP Jain EMBA degree may be completed entirely at the Singapore campus, you may also participate in overseas study opportunities at the global campuses in Dubai and Mumbai.

When you join the programme, you become part of a community of exceptional students and professionals representing a range of industries, academic strengths, professional expertise and global experiences.

The examples of leadership and decision-making they bring to the classroom form a significant part of your learning experience. With such amazing professors offering a union of academic and industry qualifications, this increases the level of quality of student learning experience.

Add value to your organisation in real time

Another unique feature of the SP Jain EMBA programme is the Applied Business Research Project (ABRP), undertaken by students within the context of their own organisations. Divided into two stages, the ABRP includes the first stage of designing a research proposal, followed by undertaking research and making corporate recommendations. This project allows you to bring relevant and actual work-related issues to class, discuss with peers and develop innovative solutions with world-class faculty.

On completing the research, students present their findings to their organisations - resulting in greater recognition and success in their current role.

Additionally, SP Jain is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), Australia. Upon graduation, students will be conferred an Australian degree - enhancing the international acceptance of your degree, giving impetus to higher education and careers.

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