DNA - Kingston College
Belmont, Western Australia, Australia
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S P Jain School of Global Management has exceptional facilities for sports and recreation besides being a newly developing business district. The campus itself is 75,000 sq. ft. with 12 auditorium style classrooms, breakout rooms, café with its own kitchen, lounges and other facilities expected at a premium business school campus. Housing is within a 35 minutes walk. And the programs run in Sydney campus are Global MBA, BBA, MGB and Executive MBA. Students are provided their own space and serenity to study, and at the same time have an opportunity to get involved in the exciting culture of Sydney to experience the true essence of global learning.
The library is modern, computerized and is the heart of the academic activities of S P Jain. Apart from the conventional books, periodicals, magazines, newspapers and journals the library has a range of materials that cater to various learning needs and preferences of the students. The library boasts of an e-library with e-resources that includes various e-databases, online journals and newswires. Well established management databases are an integral part of the S P Jain library.
The Information Technology Center
The IT Center provides comprehensive assistance to all members of staff and students to support teaching, learning, research and scholarship. The IT Center services the IT needs of the campus and is equipped with state-of-the-art servers, firewall, laptops and desktops, network printers, scanners, visualizers, projectors, videoconferencing facility and other networking peripherals, thereby enabling a robust, reliable and secure information technology structure.
The Sydney campus is located in central Sydney at the historic Sydney Olympic Park.
In Sydney, students will be housed in apartments located at Wentworth Point which is just a short distance from the campus. S P Jain will offer housing on a first-come first-serve basis and students are free to make their own arrangements.
The hostel for the undergraduate students will be in self-contained accommodation blocks. Residences are on a shared basis. Girls and boys will be housed separately. The accommodation will be air-conditioned and students will have access to common areas like a TV lounge and group work areas.