The annual Global MBA Ranking of the Financial Times has been released, and three Indian universities have made it to the list of top 100. The annual ranking features the best full-time MBA programmes in the world. The Indian universities include:
1. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad: 24th rank
IIM-A ranked 26 in the 2015 list. It has also been ranked number one for the career progress of its alumni.
2. Indian School of Business, Hyderabad: 29th rank
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ISB was at the 33rd position in the list last year.
3. Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore: 62nd rank
IIM-B was at the 82nd position in 2015.
157 business schools were considered for the survey for this ranking, and about 9800 alumni members from the listed schools were interviewed three years after their graduation. The institutes were ranked on several categories including weighted salary, salary increase, value for money, career progress, aims achieved, placement success, employed at three months, alumni recommend, female faculty, female students, women on board, international faculty, international students, international board, international mobility, international course experience, languages, faculty with doctorates, PhD graduates, and FT research rank.
Globally, Fontainebleau-based INSEAD topped the 2016 ranking. It is followed by Harvard Business School, London Business School, the Wharton School and Stanford Graduate School of Business, which made it to the top five.