SP Jain School of Management is to have a new campus in London

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SP Jain School of Management will soon launch a new international campus in Canary Wharf, London. The campus will help students from the UK and other countries explore part-time jobs and internships in the UK.

Explain the reasons for choosing the location of the new campus which has not yet been inaugurated, Nitish JainFounder and President, SP Jain Global Group, says: “The number of students interested in studying in the UK has doubled in the last year itself. We are a student-centered school and we will do everything we can to improve their learning experience. »

“Our new campus in the heart of London’s business district is designed to be a place where students, alumni, industry leaders and entrepreneurs from across the UK can come together to brainstorm and collaborate on the thought leadership. It is also a great location for part-time jobs, internships and guest industry conferences,” adds Nitish.

SPJ London Campus will tentatively roll out a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs by mid-2023. These programs will be accredited by the Office for Students, the UK Department of Education.

The other campuses of SP Jain are located in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney and Mumbai. The new campus will be located in the mall which also houses the offices of global financial giants such as HSBC, Barclays, JP Morgan, Citibank, American Express and Credit Suisse.

“London is growing in popularity with students. The number of students interested in studying in the UK has doubled over the past year. We are a student-centered school and we will do everything we can to improve their learning experience. And why not London? With GMT 0, I call it the center of our planet Earth,” shares Nitish Jain, Founder and Chairman of SP Jain Global Group.

“Last year more than 108,000 visas were issued to Indian students – a 93% increase on the previous year – a sign of the magnetic pull of British education for people across the world. India,” said Alan Gemmell, South Asia trade commissioner and UK deputy. Commissioner for West India while appreciating Nitish’s decision

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