Best Global Business schools: In proud moment for India, this biz school grabs 4th spot in Bloomberg Businessweek Asia-Pac ranking
Best Global Business schools of 2019-20: The Indian School of Business (ISB) has found a place in the Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the best global business schools of 2019-20.
Best Global Business schools of 2019-20: The Indian School of Business (ISB) has found a place in the Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the best global business schools of 2019-20. The ISB has been ranked at the fourth spot behind China Europe International Business School, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and National University of Singapore. It is ISB`s post-graduate programme in management (PGP) that has been ranked at fourth place in the Asia-Pacific region. The list ranks 131 business schools around the world to find the best programmes to get an MBA.
"The Bloomberg rankings bring us a lot of joy. We are ranked at No 4 and are the only B-school listed from India. Moreover, we are ranked No 1 on the learning and networking parameter, and No 2 on entrepreneurship and No 5 in compensation in the Asia pacific region, which talks a lot about the school`s mettle and the strong alumni connect," said ISB Dean Professor Rajendra Srivastava.
The list is based on the data compiled from 9,000 plus students, 14,920 alumni and 2,860 corporate recruiters, and compensation and job-placement data from each school. The 2019-20 best B-schools results were broken down into four regions -- Europe, Asia-Pacific, Canada and the US.
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IMD topped the Europe ranking for the second consecutive year, scoring number 1 in compensation, networking, and learning. INSEAD was ranked second, switching places with London Business School, which dropped to third. In the US ranking, released November 4, Stanford was best, tallying top scores for compensation and entrepreneurship. Dartmouth’s Tuck school was one of the biggest movers, jumping 17 spots to second place on improved scores for networking and learning. Harvard remained no. 3.
In addition to the overall ranking, schools are separately ranked on four component indexes -- compensation, networking, learning, and entrepreneurship -- providing students more ways to evaluate what schools have to offer them.