ISB, India is ranked 7th under the Forbes Best Business School global list. The Indian Business School (ISB) has its two campuses in Mohali and Hyderabad, and has secured 7th position globally in Forbes’ Best Business School Global List 2019 rankings. This will certainly boost the confidence of Indian Management colleges to strive more and achieve international acclaims. Indian business school competing with global management colleges and appearing in the Forbes’ Best Business School 2019 list is a matter of pride. It will set a benchmark for other premier MBA colleges in India to focus on their curriculum, facilities and faculties in order to get the desired results.
Meanwhile, Rajendra Srivastava, Dean, ISB, said in a statement, "We are delighted to be a part of the Forbes Best Business School 2019 rankings, and it is a pleasure to see ISB's Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) gaining more and more recognition globally”.
We are happy to announce that we rank #7 globally and #1 in Asia in the @Forbes Best Business Schools 2019 Rankings in one-year programme category. With this, we will continue to proceed in our journey towards achieving even higher summits of excellence.https://t.co/g8938FGdPs pic.twitter.com/K7NQEAX0XH— ISB (@ISBedu) September 18, 2019
This is the first time in the year that ISB participated in Forbes Rankings. The Forbes’ rankings were based on the overall amount the respective alumni could have gained after the completion of their MBA Programme. The ranking also measured what students gained pre and post MBA time.
Talking about the selection process, Forbes analysed more than 100 B-Schools and surveyed 17,500 students in regard to their pre and post MBA career choice and compensation. It is also to note that the Post Graduate Programme in Management of the ISB is ranked 24 worldwide according to the Financial Times' "Global MBA Rankings 2019.