SP Jain Dubai launches new Australia PSW eligible courses
SP Jain has launched new courses in its Dubai campus through which students will be eligible for Australia PSW post study work rights.
The school said these courses were launched responding to “the need of students and parents amid the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 crisis”.
SP Jain School of Global Management’s (SP Jain Global) new learning options for its Dubai campus include a 4-year Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), a 3-year Bachelor of Business Communication (BBC), and a 3-year Bachelor of Economics (BEC), all eligible for Australia PSW post-study work rights.
The institutions says these programme launches were made based on students’ and parents’ preference to be closer to home in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
These new programmes give students the option to graduate with an Australian degree while completing their studies entirely in Dubai.
Students also have the option to enrich their learning experience by studying for a year or two in the other SP Jain campuses in Singapore, Mumbai, and Sydney.
SP Jain Global Dubai graduates will receive Australia PSW rights
According to Nitish Jain, President of SP Jain Global, the students can study in any of the campuses, including SP Jain in Dubai, and, upon graduation, will receive the right to work in Australia with the PSW post study work visa.
Jain said: “Our students have found much success in Australia – both during the programme and after – so it is only natural that we will continue to offer our original model for students who don’t mind travelling to three countries.”
To give students extra flexibility and a sense of security in these unprecedented times, SP Jain has also launched a new online learning system so students who are not comfortable going to a physical campus can opt for the online system.
According to the institution’s statistics for 2019, over 50 % of SP Jain BBA graduates, within 4 months of graduation had gained employment in Australia, and most of the remaining students gained employment in Dubai, Singapore, India, and the rest of the world.
Zahra Hamdani is an Ireland-based reporter for Global Education Times who focuses on European and South Asian education news. When she is not writing for GET News, Zahra is a school-teacher and educationist with experience in both Primary and Secondary schools in the Republic of Ireland as well as in Pakistan.
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