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Five Indian colleges Listed In Top 100, FT Global Ranking 2021 Reveals

The Indian Schools of Business (ISB) is ranked as the best institute in India by the Financial Times’s Global MBA Ranking 2021 index which reveals the name of the top 100 MBA courses offered by B-schools across the world. According to FT global ranking report, The ISB has secured the 23rd place across the globe. A total of five institutions from India have been ranked among the best 100 MBA colleges in the world. The other four colleges that took place from India in the global list are from the IIMs.

However, the FT’s ranking regarding MBA colleges shows that demand for MBA stayed strong around the world and the salaries of alumni remained high when they were surveyed from September to October 2020, several months after the initial spreads of coronavirus caused economic damage.


“Globally, Insead – based in France and Singapore- is ranked as the top B-school, and the University of Chicago: Booth. Even as European colleges have got the top place, it’s the US-based institutes that have continued over the ranking index. A total of 9 out of the top 20 MBA institutes are from the US.”

Top B-school in India: Financial time global rank

Rank 23: Indian school of business

Rank 35: IIM Bangalore

Rank 44: IIM Calcutta

Rank 48: IIM Ahmedabad

Rank 94: IIM Indore


Top 10 B-school across the world:

  1. Insead
  2. London Business School
  3. University of Chicago: booth
  4. Iese Business School
  5. Yale School of Management
  6. Northwestern University: Kellogg
  7. Ceibs
  8. HEC Paris
  9. Duke University: Fuqua
  10. Dartmouth College: Tuck


The ranking is given on the basis of various aspects such as salary drawn by the alumni three years after graduation, quality of research in recognized journals, value of money, diversity of students and faculty, etc among others. This year due to the pandemic, data-gathering process was disturbed so the FT global ranking suspended Harvard, Standford, and Wharton University from participation.


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