IIM B One Year MBA Dethrones ISB’s PGP in FT Global MBA Rankings 2020

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Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) has dethroned the Indian Business School to capture the highest ranking among the four Indian B-schools figuring in the FT Global MBA Ranking 2020.

While IIMB climbed six spots to rank 27 from its 33rd spot in 2019, ISB fell to 28 from the 24th rank it held in the previous year.

IIM Calcutta improved its position, climbing 7 places to rank 42. IIM Ahmedabad, however, registered a steep fall, plunging all the way to 61 from its 47th rank in 2019.

IIMB Tops Indian Schools in FT Global MBA Rankings 2019

IIMB’s Steady Rise in the Ranking

IIMB’s one-year full-time MBA program, also called the Executive Post Graduate Program in Management (EPGP) had registered a steady rise in the FT Global MBA rankings over the past three years. Ranked at 35 in 2018, it climbed to 33 in 2019 and to 27 in 2020. Its three-year average rank was 32.

In terms of alumni career progress, the graduates’ salary was $183,703 with a weighted salary of the same amount. They saw a salary percentage increase of 157%.

In value for money rank, IIMB was 40, career progress rank 13, aims achieved 83%, career service rank 88. In terms of employment, 100% found jobs within three months of graduation. The IIM stood at 19 in alumni recommended rank.

In terms of diversity, IIMB had female faculty (19%), female students (23%), women on board (36%), international faculty (6%), international students (zero), international board (18), international mobility rank (68), international course experience rank (39) and languages (zero).

In Idea generation, 100% of the faculty held doctorates. IIMB was 98 in FT research rank. Its CSR rank was 86.

ISB Stumbles After Good Show in 2019

Capturing the first place in the FT Global MBA rankings among the Indian B-schools in 2019 at 24, ISB saw its ranking dip to 28, the same place it held in 2018. The school’s three-year average rank stood at 27.

In terms of alumni career progress, salary today was $163,409 and weighted salary of $161,174. The salary percentage increase was 188%. ISB’s value for money rank was 50 and career progress rank 26. Aims achieved was 86% and career service rank 40. About 96% got a job within three months of graduation. The alumni recommended rank was 27.

In terms of diversity, female faculty was 16%, female students 39%, women on board 5%, international faculty 16%, international students 2%, international board 62%, international mobility rank 84, international course experience rank 92% and languages (zero).

In idea generation, 98% of the faculty had doctorates. The FT research rank was 82. The CSR rank was 95.

IIMC Continues its Climb

Over the past three years, IIM Calcutta has registered a steady rise in the FT Global MBA rankings. Ranked at 78 in 2018, it climbed to 49 in 2019 and to 42 in 2020. Its three-year average rank was 56.

In terms of alumni career progress, the graduates’ salary was $165,900 with a weighted salary of the same amount. They saw a salary percentage increase of 138%.

In value for money rank, IIMB was 34, career progress rank 5, aims achieved 86%, career service rank 51. In terms of employment, 100% found jobs within three months of graduation. The IIM stood at 28 in alumni recommended rank.

In terms of diversity, IIMC had female faculty (23%), female students (11%), women on board (29%), international faculty (3%), international students (zero), international board (14), international mobility rank (69), international course experience rank (81) and languages (zero).

In Idea generation, 100% of the faculty held doctorates. IIMC was 100 in FT research rank. Its CSR rank was 90.

IIMA’s Fortunes Dip Further

IIM Ahmedabad has seen its rankings fall from 31 in 2018 to 47 in 2019 and 61 in 2020. The school’s three-year average rank stood at 46.

In terms of alumni career progress, salary today was $ 186,866 and a weighted salary of the same amount. The salary percentage increase was 91%. IIMA’s value for money rank was 51 and career progress rank 7. Aims achieved was 76% and career service rank 99. About 96% got a job within three months of graduation. The alumni recommended rank was 27.

In terms of diversity, female faculty was 21%, female students 23%, women on board 36%, international faculty 1%, international students 1%, international board 0%, international mobility rank 59, international course experience rank 40% and languages (zero).

In idea generation, 100% of the faculty had doctorates. The FT research rank was 99. The CSR rank was 86.

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