08 Feb 2021 20:09 IST

ISB secures 23rd position in Financial Times global MBA 2021 ranking

The institutes’s career progress ranks 21st globally indicating better employment opportunities

The post graduate programme in management of the Indian School of Business (ISB) has been ranked 23rd worldwide in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021, and topped in India. Expressing his delight, Dean Rajendra Srivastava said, “ISB has carved a niche of its own in offering finest and world-class education to its students. The FT ranking is a collective victory of the concerted and untiring efforts of entire ISB community including faculty, students, alumni, staff, with incredible support from the board. This ranking highlights ISB's efforts to produce world-class research and encourage more women to join the management workforce.”

Among B-schools in Asia, ISB ranks fifth. It is ranked first in India, and third in Asia and worldwide, for the salary percentage increase for alumni. The institutes’s career progress ranks 21st globally, which has improved, indicating a better employment opportunity for the alumni. It also featured in the 77th position globally in research. At 40 per cent, ISB has over twice the percentage of women students in the MBA programme compared to other top Indian institutions ranked by FT.

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