Indian School of Business (ISB) ranked # 5 in the Asia-Pacific region and #1 in India

New Delhi: Today, Bloomberg Businessweek, in their global ranking of best business schools has ranked the ISB’s Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) # 5 in the Asia-Pacific region and #1 in India. This is a growing testimony that ISB has carved a niche of its own in the global management sphere and is well poised to redefine the contours of management education.

 

For 2021-22 rankings Bloomberg Businessweek surveyed 119 business schools worldwide. They surveyed 6,640 students, 12,462 alumni, and 853 employers, globally. In addition to the overall ranking, schools are separately ranked on four component indexes of business school education- learning, networking, entrepreneurship and compensation – providing students more ways to evaluate.

 

In the ISB context, Bloomberg Businessweek surveyed students, alumni, and recruiters as part of the overall ranking process. In the Asia-Pacific region, ISB has ranked #2 in learning, #2 in networking, #3 in entrepreneurship and #6 in compensation.

 

Professor Madan Pillutla, Dean, ISB said ” The Bloomberg Businessweek rankings is a welcome recognition of the great work that we do at the ISB and testament to the success of our students and alumni. The ISB philosophy of marrying rigorous academic research with feedback from relevant stakeholders allows us to create a learning experience that produces leaders who bring about positive change in the world. I congratulate our students and thank the staff and faculty for the good ranking which is an outcome of their work”.

 

Representative students and alumni surveyed have mentioned top-class faculty, placement opportunities, diverse peer group and learning opportunities and practical skill development as some of the critical factors on what’s best about their ISB MBA program.

 

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