Bangalore, 21st May 2018: Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) ranks among the Top 70 B-schools for Executive Education, for the fourth year in succession, in the Financial Times Executive Education 2018 global rankings.
The Financial Times has published its annual list of top 90 schools for Custom Programmes and top 80 schools for Open programmes in Executive Education. IIMB is ranked 59 in the Custom and 64 in the Open programmes categories in this list.
The FT 2018 Executive Education global rankings are based on the participants’ and clients’ satisfaction, the diversity of participants and faculty, and the schools’ international exposure.
The participating schools are ranked, on various parameters, by corporations that commission the executive education courses (for custom programmes), by participants of these courses (for open programmes), and on the data reported by the schools.
Madan Mohan Raj, Chief Programme Officer, Executive Education Programmes, IIMB, said: “We focus on building leaders and work with organizations to nurture creative leadership by designing programmes that have a real impact on business. The FT Global Ranking will help us in the internationalization of the Executive Education Programmes. We are happy to be recognized for our sustained endeavours in this segment.”
IIMB’s Executive Education offers non-degree programmes to corporations and working professionals which are either ‘Customized’ according to the requirement of the organization, or ‘Open’ to professionals for enrolment.
For more details on IIMB’s Executive Education Programmes, http://www.iimb.ac.in/eep/?Ref=IIMBsite