Sydney campus has been a-buzz with welcoming BBA 13 and our equally well-loved exchange students in a three-day orientation.
As part of our ongoing efforts to keep the S P Jain Alumni spirit alive and bright, Friends for Life held its second event this year in Sydney, Mix & Mingle, on the 3rd of September 2015 at the SP Jain Sydney Campus Leadership Hall and Café.
I have over 24 years academic educational experience.I have has taught both locally and internationally in a diverse range of economics, finance and management subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. I have extensive experience, teaching numerous subjects in the undergraduate programs at University of Western Sydney, University of Technology Sydney and Macquarie University,as well as the Catholic University and ACPE. I have taught in the Master of Professional Accounting degree at the University of Western Sydney as well as the MBA program at University of Technology Sydney. Additionally I am an adjunct lecturer at Sydney Graduate School of Management.
In the last week of August, the Dubai campus was full of new postgraduate and undergraduate students. SP Jain staff excitedly welcomed both cohorts to the ‘City of Dreams’ with a morning of orientation sessions and an evening of cultural experiences.
Dr. Mahendra Mehta is the Managing Director and CEO of NeuralTechSoft, a company based in Mumbai(India). For over two and half decades, he has been involved in financial consultancy, training and analytics & application of machine learning techniques in solving problems related to forecasting of financial variables. He has taught courses on Treasury Business & Products, Risk Management, Basel Accord, Stress Testing and machine learning techniques in more than 25 countries around the world.
Diggin' It Down Under Sydney has it all -- beaches, nightlife, outdoor sports, and a big, big country to explore. That's why the Jags call it (unofficially, of course) the most "kick ass" city of all. And it's probably why Australia is one of the top destinations worldwide for foreign students. In fact, foreign students represent the second-largest sector of Australia's economy, second only to mining.
Hot Stuff! Dubai was S P Jain's very first campus, and it's very impressive. It's located in the heart of Dubai's International Academic City, along with a host of other prestigious international universities. It's about a 20-minute drive from the heart of downtown Dubai. The great thing about this location is that you mix with students from all over the world, especially at the shared food court. Wait till you try the hummus and falafel at the Lebanese booth!