The PGDM International Business Program offers students a unique opportunity to broaden their global perspective through foreign educational tours to vibrant business hubs such as Singapore and Dubai.
From November 16 to November 21, 2022, JIMS Kalkaji hosted a Global Academic Development Program for 46 students from the PGDM (IB) 2022-24 batch in partnership with United Arab Emirates University, Abu Dhabi.
An industrial tour to Lootah Bio Fuels was organized on the first day which helped students to understand the sustainable innovations. Next two days sessions were organized in UAE University with college of Business and Economics School, Abu Dhabi. The morning session was taken by Dr. Cintia Kulzer Sacilotto, Assistant Professor at United Arab Emirates University on Sustainability and Innovation. Post Lunch session was taken by Dr. Johan Burger, Head of Executive Development, College of Business and Economics on International Business. The next day in the first half of the day, students visited Daman Insurance and appreciated the importance of Digital Insurance and Future of Insurance. Post lunch session was taken by Dr. Gurdal Ertek, Associate Professor, UAE University who addressed on scope and limitations of AI and Fintech.
From November 18 to November 23, 2019, JIMS Delhi hosted a Global Academic Development Program for 63 students from the PGDM (IB) 2019-21 batch in partnership with Nanyang Technological University Singapore. The NTU Singapore Centre for 3D Printing, the New Water Project, the Advanced Materials Technology and Structural Laboratory, and the Global AM Technology Center of Excellence hosted industry visitors. These NTU and Singapore Government project activities helped students understand how Industry 4.0 technology, specifically 3D printing, may benefit society and the country in a variety of ways.
From the 3rd to the 8th of December 2018, JIMS Kalkaji hosted a Global Academic Development Programme for 60 students from the PGDM (IB) 2018-20 class in conjunction with Nanyang Technological University Singapore. Students learned how artificial intelligence's journey via multidisciplinary research and development may benefit society and the country through trips to the NTU Robotics Lab, the New Water Project, and the Green Power Project projects of the Singapore government.
A group of 60 students from JIMS Kalkaji's PGDM International Business program travelled to Singapore to learn about global business practices. The educational excursion trip was organized to help Indian students better comprehend and strengthen their internationalisation skills.
All of the lectures were quite educational, and the practical training provided them with a better understanding of how businesses, town planning, and transportation authorities operate in a city. Along with other professional tools, the students learned group dynamics for problem-solving, teamwork, and becoming more imaginative and productive.