FT EMBA 2022 Ranking: FT EMBA ranking released, Hyderabad ranked 44th globally

Pankaj Prasad
FT EMBA 2022 Ranking
FT EMBA 2022 Ranking

In the FT EMBA rankings globally, Kellogg/HKUST Business School has topped the rankings, which has improved its ranking by 1 place.

FT EMBA 2022 Ranking: Indian School of Business (IBS) ranked number one in India and 44th globally in the top 100 Financial Times (FT) Executive MBA 2022 rankings. After ISB, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIA-B) is ranked 67th globally in the FT list.

Ranking has improved

According to ISB, the institute has improved its ranking in various parameters as compared to the previous year. β€œSome of the key parameters where the school has performed exceptionally well globally are 52 in Research Rank, 28 in Career Progression Rank, 20 in Today Salary, 16 in International Curriculum Experience and Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Rank I have 9."

Deputy Dean of Academic Program of ISB Prof. Ramabhadran Thirumalai said, β€œIt is heartening to see how ISB has excelled in various ranking parameters of FT. ISB's PGPMax is a much-awaited program for senior executives, who aspire to reach new heights in their professional pursuits and in the process impart new ideas and thinking to their organizations. Will continue to provide more incentives and empower them to be at the forefront.

This is the ranking at the global level

Globally, Kellogg/HKUST Business School has taken first place, which has improved its ranking by 1 place. The Hong Kong-based school is followed by Ceibs (from China/Switzerland/Ghana) and Tsinghua University/INSEAD (from China/Singapore/France/UAE) in third place. HEC Paris and ESCP Business School are ranked fourth and fifth in the global rankings.

This is the ranking at Indian level

In the NIRF Ranking 2022 (business school category), Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A) retained the first rank, followed by IIM-Bangalore and IIM-Calcutta. From 2020 onwards the first three ranks are the same. However, IIT Delhi and IIM Kozhikode finished fourth and fifth this year.