Our London campus
In the heart of London's financial district
Our London campus’s prime location offers easy access to the leaders, entrepre neurs, opinion makers, and digital pioneers shaping the UK business and technology landscape.
A truly global
Global businesses need job-ready leaders with global experience, and we are here to give you that edge.
Although we are based in London, your learning opportunities extend to Singapore, Dubai and Sydney. From internships and projects to guest lectures and immersion trips, our diverse global community offers international work opportunities prior to graduation. So, wherever your future career takes you, you’ll be ready.
World-class global faculty
Expert, global faculty are the driving force behind SPJ London.
In addition to sourcing top faculty from the UK, students will benefit from the teaching and research expertise of the faculty of SP Jain Global, who are renowned for their qualifications and diversity as evidenced by the following statistics.
hold doctoral degrees
have professional (practical) experience
News & events
SP Jain Group, a World-Leading Business Education Pioneer, launches SP Jain London School of Management
Mayor Sadiq Khan engages with SPJ London leaders at City Hall reception
SPJ London leaders meet Secretary of State James Cleverly at Westminster event
SPJ London becomes first Indian-origin B-school that can award degrees in the UK – Forbes
How SPJ London will carry forward the legacy of SP Jain Global: Prof Mary Stuart (Chair – Board of Directors)
SPJ London – Your gateway to global opportunities: Nitish Jain (President, The SP Jain Group)
Preparing you for the jobs of tomorrow: Dr Kim Soin (Dean, SPJ London) shares our unique approach to education
Discover the advantages of studying at SPJ London: Insights from COO Marion Lowe
The SP Jain Group announces a new Business School in London
Why we chose London for our next campus – President Nitish Jain
Discover the Student Experience at SPJ London
Expanding our Global Footprint – President Nitish Jain speaks to ET Now