The sole Indian institution to appear in the top 50 Business school list is IIM Bangalore, which is followed this year by the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, which received a ranking in the QS Global Executive MBA Rankings between positions 111 and 120.
The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Global Executive MBA Rankings for this year alone list the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore as one of the top 50 institutions worldwide. With a total score of 61.6, the institute is ranked 46th globally.
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With nearly 190 programmes listed in the overall table and 26 joint programmes being ranked, this year’s Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) rating was the highest yet.
IIM Bangalore was followed by the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad which is slated in the 111-120 group with an overall score of 49.2. Additionally, IIM Kozhikode scored 28 points and was grouped in the 171+ category.
Since it was ranked 93rd the year before and 92nd this year, ISB Hyderabad has dropped roughly 10 rankings. In addition, compared to last year, IIM Kozhikode appears to have dropped approximately 20 places in the rankings.
Globally, IESE Business School ranked the highest with an overall score of 93.5. IESE has risen this year to be the world’s number one executive MBA programme provider and 59 per cent of their class are in C-suite positions, as per QS. IESE was followed by HEC Paris, Wharton Business School (University of Pennsylvania), MIT Sloan School of Management, and Saïd Business School (University of Oxford) in the same order.
The rankings have been decided depending on these indicators: Employer reputation, diversity, thought leadership, executive profile and career outcomes.
IIM Bangalore was first in India and rated 12th overall in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region with a score of 61.6.
In the APAC area, Chicago (Booth) came in first, followed in that order by INSEAD, National University of Singapore Business School, Nanyang Business School, and CUHK Business School. In the top 10 ranking, there are no universities from India.
The Indian School of Business Hyderabad came in at number 20 with a score of 49.2, whereas IIM Bangalore came in at position 12 with an aggregate score of 61.6. With a score of 28, IIM Kozhikode came in at thirty. This year, no other Indian institution was included in the APAC list.