The Hyderabad based B-school is also become the top ranked B-school from Asia. The five-year gain of ISB stood at $90,500
The Indian School of Business (ISB) secured the seventh rank globally in ‘The Best International MBAs: One-Year Programs’ rankings by Forbes. The Hyderabad based management institute is also the top-ranked B-school from Asia.
This is the first time, ISB took part in the rankings. A release from the B-school said the Forbes Best Business Schools rankings are announced every two years and schools are ranked solely on their ‘5-year MBA gain’. It represents the net cumulative amount the typical alumni would have earned after five years by getting their MBA versus staying in their pre-MBA career. The five-year gain of ISB stood at $90,500.
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The survey of alumni indicates that a degree at a leading business school is still incredibly valuable and pays for itself in roughly four years. Graduates from the class of 2014 at the top 25 US programmes increased their earnings from $73,000 on average before school to $193,000 last year. Earnings have increased 10 per cent annually since graduation, as per Forbes.
International Institute for Management Development, Switzerland topped the Forbes rankings followed by INSEAD and Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
International MBAs, one-year programs: Top colleges
Rank 1: International Institute for Management Development, Switzerland
Rank 2: INSEAD
Rank 3: Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Rank 4: SDA Bocconi School of Management
Rank 5: Said Business School, University of Oxford
Rank 6: IE Business School
Rank 7: India School of Business, Hyderabad
Rank 8: Warwick Business School
Rank 9: Manheim Business School
Rank 10: European School of Management and Technology, Berlin.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
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