Mohali: In the Financial Times Global MBA 2018 Rankings, the Post Graduate Programme of the Indian School of Business (ISB) is ranked 28th among the top 100 global MBAs. It is the top ranked business school in India.
ISB is in the top five globally in terms of percentage salary increase and placement three months after graduation and continues to rank quite high in alumni recommendation. On other key parameters like weighted salary, percentage of aims achieved and placement success, the school continues to make progress year on year. Our research ranking clearly puts us at the top of the Indian b-schools in terms of our investment in faculty and research and corresponding research output. Because research rankings depend on total versus per capita research productivity, we will improve as we attract more resident faculty.
“We will continue to focus on providing world class education while steadfastly investing in our faculty, research centres and institutes. ISB will continue to proactively partner with government and industry to drive performance and to contribute to society at large.” said Dean Rajendra Srivastava.
When the School was conceived, it was to groom future leaders for India and the world. We have always scaled up keeping this vision in mind. Today, we have over 8600 alumni across 42 countries who are agents of transformation. ISB continues to create impact globally while focusing on quality.