"Christmas is the Spirit of Giving without a Thought of Getting."
One trait that’s common among all SP Jain students is their undying passion for travel. The BBA tri-city program allows us to understand business and cultural environments in bustling cities like Singapore, Dubai and Sydney and top it off with an exchange program.
It’s not just about ideas, it’s about making ideas happen. That’s the vision the BBA-15 Student Council shared with the students on the SP Jain Sydney campus when it assumed office in late 2017. The BBA-15 cohort had often felt like they could be doing more with their university experience over Year 1 and 2, and they were determined to make that happen in the last 2 years in Sydney. In Year 3, more than ever, students started becoming interested in casting their vote for people who represented their beliefs, interests and vision.
I am Global
My name is Eunhee Shin, but people call me Emily. That’s the thing about being a global-minded Korean living abroad — you feel connected to Korea as your home country, but no less connected to the rest of the world.
Dubai is a city that offers a rich culture and heritage along with a perfect blend of a multi-ethnic and diverse society. After having experienced the convenience of Singapore's public transport, it was definitely an experience adjusting to the long distances and extreme weather conditions of Dubai. But looking back, I have had an amazing time in Dubai, especially because it was much more challenging academically, and we had awesome professors who made learning interesting by their sense of humor, personality, worldly wisdom and friendliness.
Many Jaguars will choose to work for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) after graduation. So it's important that they understand the business side of charitable endeavors. To get first-hand exposure, BBA15 Jaguars visited the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) at Dubai International Humanitarian City in UAE.
Going on exchange has been one of the best decision I've ever made. Well, actually, one of the two best decisions I've ever made.