SPJAT 2018

Exam Date : 8th February 2018
Result Date : 20th March 2018

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Application Form, Dates, Eligibility, Syllabus, Pattern for SPJAT 2018:

Overview of SPJAT:

SP Jain is a world-class business school with campuses in Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore, and Sydney. Their education ethos is strongly influenced by a mission in crafting global business leaders for the 21st-century workplace. SP Jain prides themselves on providing a learning experience that is modern, relevant, and truly global.

"Business may be universal, but there is no universal way of doing business." - SP Jain

At SP Jain, you will learn how business practices differ around the world. Their multi-country learning model provides a unique opportunity for global exposure and experience. This will give you the edge in the competitive global business environment.

SPJAT is an entrance exam conducted by SP Jain School of Global Management for admissions to its Master of Global Business (MGB) and Global Master of Business Administration (GMBA). The B-school was established in the year 2004 and has its campuses in Mumbai, Dubai, Sydney, and Singapore.

SPJAT Exam Summary

Exam Name

SP Jain Aptitude Test

Commonly Known as

SPJAT

Exam level

International Level

Conducted by

SP Jain University

Courses Offered

Master of Global Business (MGB) and Global Master of Business Administration (GMBA)

The important topics regarding SPJAT 2018:

  • The aptitude test conducted by SP Jain is intended to test a student's IQ, mathematical ability, logic and reasoning capacity, English reading and comprehension ability. There is also a section on general awareness. These questions are intended to test knowledge of current events and normal business awareness.
  • The paper would be divided into different sections based on these areas. The test is for a duration of 1 hour. The test paper consists of up to 46 questions. The format of the test may change from time to time but the testing would be on the mentioned parameters.
  • The aptitude test will be a paper based test. There is negative marking - different questions may have a different scale of negative marking, and this would be taken into account while calculating a student's score. We do not have sectional cut offs, we expect the overall score to meet our cut off.

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