Financial Times Global MBA Colleges Ranking 2015 for Executive Education has been declared. IIM Banglore is the only Indian college which made it to Top 50. IIM Ahmedabad has made it to Top 40 in regular MBA program rankings.
Professor Shyamal Roy, Chairperson, Executive Education, IIM Bangalore said “IIMB’s position in the Financial Times 2015 Rankings reflects our efforts towards achieving academic excellence and positions us as the forefront of imparting world class business education in India. It encourages us to continue our commitment to design and offer MBA programmes that will cater to the emerging global requirements”.
The Financial Times 2015 rankings are based on the participants’ and clients’ satisfaction, the diversity of participants and faculty and the schools international exposure. The participant schools are marked on different parameters from preparation to facilities, which accounts to 80% of the total overall ranking.
One of the top 3 business schools in India, IIM Bangalore is the only Indian B-school in GNAM list. IIM Bangalore has been accredited by EQUIS the international accreditation agency and is the first B-School in Asia to sign an agreement with Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) to distribute faculty teaching cases.