The course is taught across 3 countries
There aren't heaps of students studying this course which makes it hard to network and make new friends.
My advice to future students is: Get a scholarship if you want to come here
Negative - Very expensive
Positive - Chance to travel the world
My advice to future students is: It's worth the travel so you can visit the countries
It's a good college
My advice to future students is: Enjoy it while you can
The purpose of studying in S P Jain School of Global Management was to fulfil my student exchange program from my university in Indonesia. Even though this program was compulsory, I'm personally interested to have an international experience before graduating and the experience studying there was unforgettable.
To be honest, the negative aspects of my experience there was the diversity of the students. Most of the students there are Indians. This becomes the negative aspects as I was expecting to meet different kind of people from different country. But it was not really a big deal.
The positive aspect was that the teachers there were amazing and really experience. They knew how to deliver the material effectively and efficiently. The interaction in the class was also really different with my home university. All the differences in characteristics, cultures and everything help me to adapt with different situation. I think in conclusion, I am glad that I can get the opportunity to join the student exchange program to that school and obtain a lot of experience and knowledge for my future purposes.
My advice to future students is: Research more about the university that you wanted to go to before registering.
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