IIM Calcutta leads, Ahmedabad & Bangalore slips while IIM Indore & Udaipur enters top 100 in FT Masters in Management Rankings 2019.

IIM Calcutta leads, Ahmedabad & Bangalore slips while IIM Indore & Udaipur enters top 100  in FT Masters in Management Rankings 2019

Indian B Schools top in highest Average Alumni Salary

IIM Ahmedabad and IIM Bangalore slip in ranking compared to last year. IIM Ahmedabad slips by 2 position to 21st whereas IIM Bangalore slips by 18 position from 26th to 44th rank in the FT Masters in Management Rankings 2019.

IIM Calcutta leads the way among the five IIMs that have secured places in the FT Rankings this year by securing 17th rank globally, for its 2-Year Masters in Business Administration (earlier Post Graduate Programme in Management). In fact IIM Calcutta maintained steady gains from 28th in 2017 to 23rd in 2018 to 17th in 2019 globally while 1st in India (2nd in 2018 & 3rd in 2017) and 2nd in Asia.

IIM Udaipur is at 76th rank and IIM Indore has achieved rank 81 . As per the FT Report, this is the 15th edition of the FT ranking of MiM programmes.

The institute has ranked first among the five Indian B-Schools listed in the FT rankings.

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University of St Gallen in Switzerland (MA in Strategy and International Management) tops the ranking for the eighth consecutive year  with HEC Paris (Master in Management) in 2nd position which it has held since 2014 and London Business School in Uniked Kingdom ranked 3rd moves up one place to a new high. 

St Gallen has the smallest cohort among schools in the top five, with about 55 students each year. Its programme is also cheaper than any of its top five rivals, with a maximum fee of SFr 10,000 ($10,027) and is in the top 20 for value for money.

Indian Institutes top when it comes to highest average alumni salary. IIM Calcutta leads the table again along with IIM Ahmedabad & Bangalore followed by St Gallen, WHO - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany and HEC Paris.

No mention about the private Indian business schools participating in the ranking was made in the report. To be eligible to participate, a school should be accredited by AACSB or Equis; it must have a programme that has been running for at least four years; and it must have graduated its first class at least three years before the ranking publication date.




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