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SP Jain’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

SP Jain’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has hit us unexpectedly. While we could not prevent its rapid spread, we are prepared and are taking prompt actions to support our students.

  • All our programs will be offered online until the situation improves.
  • A majority of the online classes are being delivered using our Engaged Learning Online (ELO) technology. The technology has been developed in such a way that students get a 'classroom-like experience' virtually.
  • Our faculty members and Program Office are committed to ensuring minimal disruption in learning. Their efforts have helped over 2,000 students take virtual lectures daily from the safety of their homes.
  • We are closely monitoring our campuses in Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore and Sydney and reviewing which campus is the safest; our students could be shifted to that campus when the situation improves.
  • Our team of counsellors is on hand to help students in need.


After months of leading a purely virtual life, we believe that it is time for you to return to campus, aligned with the regulations put forth by the local governing bodies, and enjoy the on-campus experience that SP Jain is renowned for. Watch our video to learn about the new safety measures we have implemented at our Dubai campus:

How Dubai campus is preparing to welcome students safely

Similar measures have been implemented at each of our other campuses in Mumbai, Singapore and Sydney. We have developed this guide to help you navigate all the safety protocols we have put in place. Know more about the key guidelines and the precautionary measures to follow at each of our four campuses:


By implementing these safety measures, we aim to create an environment where students feel secure to focus on their learning goals. It is up to each of us to do our part and support each other to help create a safer environment for everyone.

Please note: As COVID-19 is an evolving situation, our guidelines will be updated to adhere to any new directives and advisories issued by the local governing bodies.



Last updated on August 31, 2020