Indian Institute of Management Calcutta has secured 42nd rank globally, as part of the Financial Times (FT) Global MBA Ranking 2020 released recently for its MBAEx Programme. Advancing by 7 ranks this year, the institute has been ranked third in India among the four Indian B-Schools listed in the rankings. This elevation in the ranking is a reflection of the quality of the MBA Programme provided by the Institute, along with several other factors including salaries earned, employment opportunities post completion, research capabilities, alumni recommendation, and value for money to name a few.
Among the parameters that the ranking was focused on, IIM Calcutta did better than its nearest Indian competitors on categories like value for money, career progress, female student percentage, inclusion of international board members and number of female faculty as part of the Programme.
Commenting on the ranking, Professor Anju Seth, Director, IIM Calcutta said, “This ranking is a reiteration of the quality we stand for at IIM Calcutta. Our team of faculty always strive for the best results and the FT Ranking for the MBAEx Programme is a reflection of that. I would like to congratulate the team behind this MBA Programme for their continuous efforts and initiatives that have made it’s a world-class Programme. I would also like to extend my congratulations and best wishes to our MBA alumni as they continue to excel in all their endeavours.”
Professor Amit Dhiman, Chairperson-MBAEx Programme, IIM Calcutta said, “We are delighted to know that for the 3rd consecutive year we have improved our ranking in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking significantly. This is a testament to the continual improvement in MBAEx we have always aimed to achieve over the years.”