Hyderabad: The Indian School of Business (ISB) has topped the chart among the Indian business schools in two prestigious global rankings. ISB's post-graduate programme in management (PGP) has been ranked 32 globally in the Financial Times (FT) Global MBA 2022 ranking and ISB has been ranked 11 globally in the Poets & Quants (P&Q) composite ranking of the top international MBA programmes 2021-2022.
In the Financial Times (FT) Global MBA 2022 ranking, ISB has been ranked number one in India and four in Asia. Alumni from the PGP class of 2018 were surveyed for this year's ranking. ISB ranked first globally in terms of salary percentage increase.
Meanwhile, ISB ranked number one among Indian B schools in P&Q rankings.
Professor Ramabhadran Thirumalai, the deputy dean (academic programmes), said, "ISB has carved a niche and stands tall as a much sought-after business school in India. The rankings awarded by Financial Times and Poets & Quants bear testimony to this fact. The career progression of ISB students has always been inspiring and has paved the way for new growth trajectories. FT ranks us as number one globally in salary percentage increase, reiterating that ISB offers a fulfilling and rewarding career path."