The Indian Institutes of Management at Ahmedabad (IIM-A) and Bengaluru (IIM-B) have improved their positions on the Financial Times (FT) global rankings for Executive Education-Customised programmes for 2016.
IIM-B ranked top in the custom category among Indian business schools offering executive education. At 47th slot, it moved up 10 positions from 57 in 2015. IIM-A was ranked at 74, moving up by nine places from 83 last year in the custom executive education programmes. In the open category, IIM-B fell from 53 last year to 57 this year and IIM-A debuted at 67.
According to IIM-A, the premier B-school was one of seven ranked institutes in Asia in the open enrolment programmes and one of the five ranked institutes in Asia in customised programmes.
So let’s do:
1. IIM-A and ____ have improved their positions on the Financial Times global rankings for Executive Education-Customised programmes for 2016.
Source – Business-Standard