In the latest Financial Times London’s Global MBA Ranking 2018, Indian School of Business or ISB Hyderabad tops the Indian Business School Rankings in the world.
ISB beat top management institutions in India like IIM-Ahmedabad and scored 28th rank. However, it has lost one position from last year, when it scored 27th rank.
This year, IIM-Ahmedabad has dropped to the 31st position from last year’s 29th position. IIM-Bangalore and IIM-Calcutta have moved up to 35th and 78th spot from 49th and 95th spot from last year.
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The dean at ISB, Rajendra Srivastava said that they are going to continue on focusing to provide the best education to their students while simultaneously investing in research centers, institutes, and faculty.
According to the FT London survey, the ranking is done on the basis of 20 different criteria. KPMG reviews schools every year. 59 percent or 8 of the criteria come from the Alumni responses. School data accounts for 11 criteria making it about 31 percent of the ranking. The remaining 10 percent are the research ranks. Also, information regarding the current faculty, latest graduating class, and enrolled students are also collected by the FT. The report mentioned gender criteria, where the school with a male to female ratio is 50:50 scores the highest. It also included school criteria consisting of international reach, diversity of staff, students, and board members by gender as well as nationality.
Stanford Graduate School of Business topped this year rankings. Next on the ranking are INSEAD – France, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, London Business School, Harvard Business School, Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago, Columbia Business School, China Europe International Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management and Haas School of Business of University of California.
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