SINGAPORE – S P Jain School of Global Management, Singapore Campus (S P Jain) announced last July 20 on the strategic partnership between S P Jain School of Global Management, Singapore Campus (S P Jain) and SAP Singapore. Both parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that aims to help S P Jain in their Innovation Journey where they can support their students on SAP Innovation technologies such as mobility, artificial intelligence, block chain, machine learning and Internet of Things (IoT).
The official launch of the strategic partnership was initiated with the signing of an MOU by Dr. John Fong, CEO & Head of Campus (Singapore) and by SAP Managing Director for Singapore, Khor Chern Chuen.
The MOU includes facilitation of possible internships and job placement opportunities for S P Jain Students at SAP. The MOUalso aims to establish a robust technology foundation for S P Jain to deliver secure and responsive digital services. The school would allow SAP to participate in S P Jain’s Industry Advisory Board and be its strategic technology partner. S P Jain is also a member of SAP University Alliances, which then allows the school to incorporate into its curriculum the latest innovation from SAP on related emerging technologies.
Commenting on the collaboration, CEO and Head of Campus (Singapore), Dr. John Fong said, “As one of the world’s top ranked business schools, we pride on developing our students into global leaders. This not only means having a forward-thinking mindset, but also be exposed and aware of new technologies.
Together with SAP, we hope this collaboration will better prepare our students for jobs of the future with the cutting-edge innovation it will bring.”
In reply, SAP Managing Director for Singapore Khor Chern Chuen commented, “S P Jain has the vision of being one of the best-run educational institutions in Singapore and together, we can make a meaningful impact in the future of students – a testament of our purpose to help the world run better and improve peoples’ lives. By leveraging from the best technologies from SAP, S P Jain’s students will truly get a competitive edge by experiencing the latest innovation for them to potentially succeed in the digital economy.”
The ceremony was attended by SAP staff together with our Faculty, Staff and Student Ambassadors.
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About S P Jain School of Global Management
S P Jain School of Global Management (S P Jain) is a leading Australian business school known for its disruptive innovation in business education. The School has campuses in the vibrant cities of Dubai, Singapore, Mumbai and Sydney, and is renowned for running its global business programs across these cities. For its flagship Global MBA program, the School has been ranked by reputed international publications such as Forbes, Nielsen, Global Brands, Financial Times and The Economist. Globally-intelligent and culturally agile, the S P Jain student is able to adapt to new situations with ease and finesse and is more than ready to take on the global challenges of the 21st century. For more information, visit https://www.spjain.sg
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