13 February, 2024, Bengaluru: IIM Bangalore’s one-year, full-time MBA for working professionals, the Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP), has made important progress by five places this yr to declare the forty seventh spot in Financial Times Global MBA 2024 rankings.
IIMB has achieved 100% in the parameter, ‘Employed at Three Months’, which reveals that EPGP graduates are nicely accepted in the market, and ‘Faculty with Doctorates’, which displays the top quality of college who’re engaged in educating, analysis and constructing leaders at the college. IIMB has additionally scored excessive on ‘Aims Achieved’ (87%) and ‘Overall Satisfaction’ (9.19). Carbon Footprint rank of 15 reaffirms IIMB’s dedication in direction of addressing points like local weather change and reaching internet zero goal.
Prof. Rishikesha T Krishnan, Director, IIM Bangalore, congratulated the scholars, college and workers of the programme for his or her onerous work, dedication and deal with excellence which, he mentioned, assist the college ace nationwide and worldwide rankings in addition to improve the repute of the college. “By providing the very best administration training to our college students, we fulfil an vital dimension of our mission, which is to nurture modern world enterprise leaders, entrepreneurs, coverage makers and social change brokers via holistic and transformative training. I’m comfortable that rankings, world and nationwide, present some testimony that each one our efforts are bearing fruit.”
The different Indian B-schools to have made into the highest 100 of the FT rankings this yr embrace Indian School of Business, IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow and XLRI – Xavier School of Management.
The FT MBA rating is broadly primarily based on three areas – Career Progress, Diversity and Research/ESG. This yr’s FT rankings replicate IIMB’s constant dedication in direction of excellence, with excessive scores in a number of key classes.