The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), has been ranked 39th globally in The Economist's full-time MBA programmes ranking for 2013.

Last Updated: 2013-10-15T11:51:31+05:30

IIM-A Ranked 39th in Economistís MBA Schools Ranking

The institute has moved up from the 56th position last year in the top 100 B-schools list and is in the top 40 list for the first time.

IIM-A is the only Indian B-school to be ranked in The Economist full-time MBA programmes ranking since the last four years. The Institute has made it to the 4th position in the Asia and Australasia 2013 regional rankings.

The premier Indian B-school was also ranked number one in several criteria like student quality, open new career opportunities, percentage increase on pre-MBA salary, percentage in work three months after graduation and percentage who found jobs through the careers service globally in the Economist-full time MBA programmes ranking. In 2011, the institute was ranked at 78th position globally among top 100 B-schools.

The Economist publishes MBA rankings of top business schools every year since 2001. It incorporates information gathered from both alumni and current student surveys. It also takes into account the data provided by the school.

Every year The Economist selects 130 prominent business schools of the world to partake in a survey and share important data. About 20 percent of the school’s rank is based on the surveys of its students and alumni, and the remaining 80 percent comes from data the school provides. Of any given school’s score, 50 percent comes from the surveys of the current year, 30 percent comes from the surveys of the previous year and 20 percent comes from the surveys of the year prior.

- By Archana Sharma
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