DIAC Academic Partner, S P Jain, the youngest Business School in The Economist Top 100 rankings
The Economist released its 2015 rankings of best business schools in the world. S P Jain School of Global Management, a young 11-year old school is the only Business school based in Dubai to feature on this list.
The Economist MBA rankings along with Financial Times (FT) and Forbes are the most prestigious MBA rankings in the world and S P Jain is proud to be featured on all three. The latest ranking places S P Jain in the company of Ivy League schools like Chicago Business School, Harvard, MIT, Sloan, Kellogg, Wharton and other great international schools. Yet, what makes S P Jain stand apart is that it is the youngest business school in the world to be in the company of giants.
Just 6 weeks earlier the School’s 1 Year Global MBA was ranked by Forbes as the 10th Best International 1 Year MBA program in the world.
For the last 5 of the 11 years, the School has been ranked among the best Business schools in the world. FT ranked it in 2011 and 2012 in its Top 100 Global MBA list, followed by Forbes in 2013 and 2014 as Top 20 Best International MBA, and thereafter, in 2015 both Forbes and Economist have ranked the School in the top 10 and top 100 respectively. These are regarded as the most prestigious MBA rankings in the world.
Speaking on the latest rankings, Mr Nitish Jain, President of S P Jain School of Global Management, said “when the School was first ranked internationally around five years ago, it came as a surprise to many, since the School was not well-known then. Now, five years of consistent rankings have placed the School among the best business school in the world and has enabled the School to attract high quality students from around the world. We have reimagined business education and this is what produces graduates that are much sought after by global companies. The rankings vindicate that the new model really works.”