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Thursday, February 25, 2021

A global scholarship like no other

Reading Time: 2 minutesOne of the world’s leading providers of global business education, SP Jain is now offering full tuition scholarships to Australian students

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The new SP Jain scholarship will be available to talented students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program, and will cover the tuition fees for the duration of the four-year course.

The full-time BBA program, which takes students to three different cities across the world, aims to give students broad global exposure on top of a comprehensive academic experience.

The course begins in Singapore, the gateway to Asia, where students spend one year, before moving to the cosmopolitan city of Dubai in their second year.

The last two years of the degree are conducted in Sydney, but more adventurous students can opt for an exchange program with business schools across Europe, South America, Canada and different areas in Asia.

This tri-city BBA program provides students with an invaluable opportunity to experience different business environments before they complete their degree.

“Scholarships are part of SP Jain’s commitment to rewarding academic excellence and enabling students from any background to reach their full potential,” said Trent Pohlmann, Head of Campus.

As the Australian business environment is continually adapting according to demands of globalisation, international exposure is becoming a well-esteemed asset for job-seeking graduates.

A recent Indonesian BBA graduate and scholarship recipient, Wan Wisani, recalled how her life had changed after being awarded the scholarship.

“I had chances to unleash my potential,” she said. “It was a good balance between studies, fun and personal growth”.

According to Wan, the highlights of the BBA were the “quality of the education, the diverse student body and the practical side of the program”.

Eligible scholarship applicants are required to have successfully completed their HSC with an ATAR of 80 or greater. The admissions team also considers outstanding extracurricular achievements.

SP Jain is ranked by Forbes as the number one Best International Business School in Australia, and the nineteenth best in the world.

For more information visit: http://www.spjain.org/bba

 

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