Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2022: ISB ranked 44th worldwide

The FT EMBA ranking is a comprehensive ranking of executive MBA courses around the world.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  17 Oct 2022 10:48 AM GMT
Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2022: ISB ranked 44th worldwide

Hyderabad: The Indian School of Business (ISB) has been ranked 1st in India and 44th globally in the Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2022 (FT EMBA 2022).

The FT EMBA ranking is a comprehensive ranking of executive MBA courses around the world. ISB's Post Graduate Programme in Management for Senior Executives (PGPMAX) is a 15-month global executive MBA-level programme for senior-level employees with a minimum of 10 years of work experience.

The PGPMAX alumni ISB's class of 2019 were surveyed for this year's ranking.

ISB has been significantly ranked higher in various parameters this year compared to the previous year. Some of the key parameters where the school has done exceptionally well globally are research (rank 52), career progress (rank 28), salary (20), international course experience (16), and Environmental, Social and Governance (9).

Professor Ramabhadran Thirumalai, deputy dean of academic programmes, ISB said, "It is gratifying to witness how ISB has excelled in the various ranking parameters of FT. ISB's PGPMAX is a much sought-after programme for senior executives, who are keen to reach new heights in their professional pursuits and in the process provide new ideas and thinking in their organisations. ISB will continue to provide greater value to its students and empower them to stay ahead of the curve."

Poornima Bushpala, an alumna of PGPMAX class of 2019, said, "The student journey was beyond classroom and academics. The opportunity to participate in global competitions, and networking with rich peer and alumni groups across the world significantly added to my success. The overall experience has helped me become a more confident and resilient person. Importantly, the experience prepared me to take on challenges."

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