IIM Bangalore is the top B-School in India and 31st globally, as per the 2022 Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking. IIM Bangalore has moved 16 places up from its last year's ranking of 47 in 2021. The Management Institute has performed better on parameters such as faculty with doctorates, graduates' weighted salary (US$), and graduates employed for three months.
Overall, 6 Indian Management Colleges feature in the list of top 100 global B-schools of the world. The other five are SPJIMR, IIM Lucknow, IIM Udaipur, IIM Indore, and International Management Institute, New Delhi.
Here is the list with their respective ranks:
- Rank 31: IIM Bangalore
- Rank 44: SPJIMR
- Rank 64: IIM Lucknow
- Rank 81: IIM Udaipur
- Rank 89: IIM Indore
- Rank 97: International Management Institute New Delhi
More about IIM Bangalore
IIM Bangalore has consistently been in the top 3 B-schools in India and the top 50 list globally in the QS and FT Global Rankings. Even the NIRF Rankings for Management Institute put IIM Bangalore consistently either at 1st or 2nd place with other holders being the IIM Ahmedabad.
Globally, the University of St Gallen from Switzerland has topped the ranking with HEC Paris coming in second place. Here is the list of the top 10 B-schools worldwide.
Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2022: Best 10 in the World
- Rank 1: University of St Gallen
- Rank 2: HEC Paris
- Rank 3: Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
- Rank 4: Stockholm School of Economics
- Rank 5: ESCP Business School
- Rank 6: Essec Business School
- Rank 7: London Business School
- Rank 8: University College Dublin: Smurfit
- Rank 9: EMLyon Business School
- Rank 10: ESMT Berlin
How FT Masters in Management Ranking Score is Calculated
Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking is based on 16 criteria. Alumni responses form seven criteria that together contribute 59% to the total weightage. The remaining nine criteria are calculated from school data and given 41% weightage.
The core metrics considered for the rankings include value for money, career progress, aims achieved, career services, employability, female students, the involvement of women on the Institute's board, female faculty, international mobility, and faculty with doctorates.