IIM-A and ISB Among the Top 20 B-Schools Globally

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 31 January 2012, 11:53 Hrs   |    5 Comments
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Bangalore: IIM-A [Indian Institute of Management- Ahmadabad] has been successful in retaining its 11th position in the Global MBA Rankings conducted by the London based Financial Times newspaper for the year 2012. Even though the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad [ISB] is among the Top 20 B-Schools across the globe, it has landed up exactly at the 20th place, which means it has lost seven places [It was in the 13th place in the last years ranking] from that of last year’s ranking. And also it has remained impressive, though it has shared its position with two other schools namely the Yale School of management and University of Oxford.

For the first time from the past 2 years ranking, Stanford Graduate School of Business, U.S.A. has been successful in acquiring the top position in this year’s ranking by pushing back the London Business School which had conquered the top position from the past 2 years. London Business School this year has been dropped down for the fourth position.

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1: correct the spelling of Ahmedabad
Posted by:sfasf - 01 Feb, 2012
Posted by: - 31 Jan, 2012
3: In 2011, Financial Times ranked the business schools as
1st - London Business School U.K.
2nd - University of Pennsylvania: Wharton U.S.A.
3rd - Harvard Business School
4th - Insead France / Singapore
4th - Stanford University GSB U.S.A.
I don't see how Stanford is maintaining top position when it was in 4th position (jointly with Insead) last year. IIM-A maintained its 11th position. But, ISB degraded from 13th position in 2011 to 20th position in 2012.
Posted by:Rubi - 31 Jan, 2012
I wonder about ISB ranking..It is the one of the best B-School in the world.
Fayaz Replied to: Rubi - 01 Feb, 2012
5: Congrats IIM-A
Posted by:dick - 31 Jan, 2012