The Financial Times has released the Global MBA Ranking 2016. IIM Ahmedabad, ISB Hyderabad and IIM Bangalore are 3 B-schools from India featuring in the ranking continuously for the past 3 years. Compared to last year, the ranks of all 3 B-schools have scaled up.
The following table brings to you the Ranking of these 3 B-schools over past 3 years and the average rank.
Rank in 2014
Rank in 2015
Rank in 2016
3 year Average Rank
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Indian School of Business
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
All 3 B-schools have experienced a rise in the ranks in comparison to past 2 years. Out of the 3, IIM Bangalore has seen the most remarkable leap in the ranking position. The B-School has bounced back to its ranking in 60s compared to last year with a leap of 20 positions. Although the rank had slumped by 14 positions in 2015, the B-School has regained its ranking to 62nd position.
IIM Ahmedabad had been ranked 30 in 2014 from which there has been consistent improvement of 4 and 2 positions in 2015 and 2016 respectively. ISB has also experienced rise in rank of 3 and 4 positions respectively in the years 2015 and 2016.
IIM Ahmedabad has been ranked Number 1 worldwide for career progress of its 1 year full time PGPX programme alumni.
INSEAD, France has topped the chart with Rank 1. Last year, INSEAD’s rank was No. 4. Harvard Business School, London Business School, University of Pennsylvania: Wharton and Stanford Graduate School of Business are among the top 5 B-schools.
According to Financial Times, the proportion of women studying at the ranked B-schools is increasing. In 2015, 35% of management students were women, which was up from 30% in 2005. Last year the proportion of female students topped 40% in in 27 B-schools, a leap from just 4 B-schools 10 years ago.
FT Global MBA ranking methodology
The criteria used to select business schools for ranking are:
The institute must be accredited by AACSB or EQUIS
The institute must have been operating for at least four years
The institute must have graduated its first class at least three years before the ranking publishing date
Read the full FT Global MBA 2016 Ranking below:
Stay tuned to bschool.careers360.com for more news and updates on Global MBA Ranking.
First published on January 25, 2016.
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Yes. You have a chance of getting a call from IIM Bangalore.
The eligibility criteria for getting selected by IIM Bangalore is :
The candidates who clear the above eligibility criteria are shortlisted and they are further sent for further shortlisting.
The further shortlisting is done on the basis of Personal Interview, Written Ability Test. The candidate clearing all the stages are finally selected for admission in IIM Bangalore.
You can receive a call, but you will face problems during shortlisting, as the percentage of 10th, 12th and graduation play a very important role in shortlisting.
As you mentioned your academics score and it is good but at 99 percentile in CAT,you have a lot more chance to get calls from top IIMs like IIM Ahmedabad,IIM Bangalore,IIM Calcutta,IIM Lucknow and IIM Indore.But there is one drawback that you are fresher and you dont have any previous job background which can be a problem for you.So,yes you will surely get call from top IIMs at 99 percentile because it is very good marks.
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Your academics marks is very low,and that may affect on your chances of getting calls from some best colleges.Talking about the IIM Bangalore,sorry but you can't get call from IIM Bangalore because of your academics marks and also your CAT percentile does not meet the sufficient marks.The expected cut off of IIM Bangalore is 98+ percentile with good academics marks and also work experience also matters.
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