The Financial Times (FT) has released the Masters in Management Ranking 2019. This year, 100 institutes were featured in the FT Masters in Management Rankings 2019. As expected, the European institutions dominated the rankings.
A total of five IIMs secured the place in the Financial Times Master in Management Rankings 2019. IIM Calcutta stands tall at the first position from the country and secured 17th rank globally for its two-year Masters in Business Administration (earlier Post Graduate Programme in Management). It is followed by IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Udaipur and IIM Indore.
IIMs In Financial Times Masters in Management Rankings 2019
|FT Masters in Management Rankings 2019||School Name||Programme Name||Weighted Salary (US$)|
|17||Indian Institute of Management Calcutta||Post Graduate Programme in Management||134,348|
|21||Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad||Two-Year Post Graduate Programme in Management||131,627|
|44||Indian Institute of Management Bangalore||Post Graduate Programme in Management||123,618|
|76||Indian Institute of Management Udaipur||Post Graduate Programme in Management||88,281|
|81||Indian Institute of Management Indore||Post Graduate Programme in Management||96,832|
IIM Calcutta has improved its ranking compared to previous year when it was at the 23rd rank. It has also taken over IIM Ahmedabad for the top spot in the country. In 2018, IIM Ahmedabad was leading the list by securing 19th rank. IIM Ahmedabad is placed at 21st rank this year. IIM Bangalore pushed to 44th rank (2019) from 26th (2018). IIM Udaipur and IIM Indore are the new Indian institutions in the list.
Top 10 Institutes In FT Masters in Management Rankings 2019
|FT Masters in Management Rankings 2019||School Name||Country|
|1||University of St Gallen||Switzerland|
|3||Essec Business School||France/ Singapore/ Morocco|
|4||London Business School||UK|
|5||ESCP Europe||France/ UK/ Germany/ Spain/ Italy|
|6||Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University||Netherlands|
|7||University College Dublin: Smurfit||Ireland|
|8||Cems Global Alliance||France|
|9||WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)||Austria|
The Financial Times have prepared the rankings based on various parameters such as employment, faculty, salary, gender diversity ratio, etc.