Sunday, September 28, 2008


The Indian School of Business (ISB) located in Hyderabad, India, is an international business school providing postgraduate programmes in Management (Master of Business Administration - MBA), post doctoral programmes, as well as executive education programmes for business executives. It was founded on December 2, 1999 by a group of Fortune 500 entrepreneurs in collaboration with Andhra Pradesh's state government. Rajat Gupta, former Managing Director of McKinsey & Company worldwide and Nara Chandrababu Naidu, the then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh played a key role in establishing the institution.

Indian School of Business's partners include Kellogg School of Management, Wharton Business School and London Business School . The accelerated one-year post graduate programme course is ISB's specialty.

The Indian School of Business is listed as #15 among the top 100 global B-schools by the Financial Times annual MBA 2009 rankings. It was ranked at #20 in 2008. ISB is the first Indian B-School to find place in FT-Global B-School rankings and made it to the top twenty in the very first year of its inclusion in list.

No comments: