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Jag Jobs: Where Our Graduates Work

JevinMost young people study business because they want to get a job. So, does it work? The numbers are in, and for S P Jain graduates, they’re pretty impressive.

As of June 2016, S P Jain has had 150 students graduate from its Bachelor in Business Administration program. (We’re a young, small school, with only three graduating classes so far.) A stunning 87% were employed within six months of graduation. And 100% were working within 12 months of graduation. Of those, 20% found their jobs with employment assistance from S P Jain. That means that a whopping 80% landed jobs on their own initiative, a powerful testimony to the training they received during their undergraduate years.

Where did Jaguars find jobs? At some of the biggest names in global industry, including: Citi

FinanceKPMG, JP Morgan, Aon Insurance, Clean Power Finance, Bloomberg

Marketing / Communications: Pacific Magazines, OPTUS, Finder.com

BankingCitibank, Macquarie Group, Commonwealth Bank of AustraliaExxon

ConsultingPWC, Ernst & Young, Grant Thornton

Industry:  Exxon

Plus many of them have already started companies of their own!

pwcHere’s the data. Stay tuned as employment figures start coming in from our amazing Graduating Class of 2016.

  • Total S P Jain BBA graduates as of 6/6/16: 150
  • Graduates employed within 6 months of graduation: 83 (87%)
  • Graduates employed within 12 months: 95 (100%)
  • Employment placements assisted by S P Jain: 20%

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This entry was posted on July 21, 2016 by in Alumni News, Cool Articles.
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