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ISB MBA

2024 Deadlines for applying to ISB MBA programs:


1. ISB PGPpro: 24 September 2023 (R 2 - Mumbai & Bangalore)
2. ISB PGP: 3 December 2023
3. ISB YLP: 22 October 2023(Stage 1), 31 August 2024 (Stage 2)
4. ISB PGPMAX: 17 December 2023
5. ISB MFAB: 5 November 2023

ISB MBA For Applicants Who Are Still Pursuing Undergraduate/ Graduate Studies - ISB YLP

Pre final and final year students just completing their college can apply to the ISB Young Leaders Programme. ISB YLP Program is the deferred entry option for potential leaders who have proven their acumen. ISB YLP graduates can join the ISB MBA after 20 months of work experience. With a limited number of seats the ISB YLP is a competitive program that opens the doors to a global business career. How to apply to ISB YLP?

  1. Next ISB YLP Deadline: 31 August 2023 for Stage 2

  2. ISB Interview schedules start for the ISB YLP program from 15 September 2023.

  3. ISB YLP admission process is conducted in 3 stages.

  4. Stage 1 ISB YLP deadlines due in October and March.

  5. Stage 1 ISB YLP deadlines December and May.

More about ISB YLP

ISB MBA for Freshers with less than two years of work experience - ISB EEO

​Fresher graduates who have not yet completed 24 months of work experience but want to pursue an ISB MBA can apply to the ISB Early Entry Option i.e. the ISB EEO. 

  1. ISB EEO is the deferred admission to the ISB MBA course for graduates with 0 - 2 years of experience.

  2. ISB EEO helps you bridge the gap as a deferred entry program to set a career path to business leadership.

  3. Again with a limited number of seats in the ISB MBA pool, this program is highly competitive. We encourage applicants to start early.

  4. The ISB Early Entry Option applicants apply through the same application form as the ISB PGP applicants.

  5. ISB EEO start their ISB MBA after completing 24 months of work experience till the date the classes are scheduled to start. 

ISB MBA for 2 years work experience - ISB PGP

ISB MBA is a world ranked program achieving new heights every year. A cutting edge program with a huge applicant pool the ISB MBA has an application process designed to select the best. 

  1. The mean package offered in ISB MBA placements has shown growth over the years. In 2008, the mean package offered was INR 15,81,296, which has increased to INR 34.21 lakhs in 2023. This indicates that the ISB MBA program has gained recognition among employers, and students are getting better salary packages. Check ISB vs IIM.

  2. The number of companies registered for ISB Hyderabad placements has shown fluctuations over the years. However, the trend is upward. The number of companies registered for placements has increased from 230 in 2008 to 222 in 2023.

  3. The total number of offers made during ISB placements has increased from 657 in 2008 to 1578 in 2023. This indicates that more companies are interested in recruiting ISB students, and the quality of students is also increasing.

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ISB MBA for working professionals with more than 5 years of work experience - ISB PGPpro

ISB executive MBA is designed for working professionals at different levels of hierarchy in their organisations.  The best one year MBA in India with a flexible schedule is the ISB MBA.

  1. The executive MBA from ISB, ISB PGPpro is designed to catapult mid level professionals to senior management roles.

  2. The admission process doesn't require the submission of a GMAT score or a GRE score.

  3. ISB PGPpro is an ISB Executive MBA with classes on the weekend on four locations across India - NCR, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

  4. The upcoming deadline for ISB PGPpro is 30 July 2023. How good is ISB PGPpro?

  5. This is the ISB MBA without the GMAT requirement.

More about ISB PGPpro

ISB MBA for working professionals with more than 10 years of work experience - ISB PGPMAX

The ISB Executive MBA format designed for senior level executives with 10+ years of experience aspiring to become future business leaders is the ISB PGPMAX.  Read in detail about ISB MBA Eligibility.  ISB PGPMAX is the ideal program if you seek a leadership role in the top echelons of the industry. ISB PGPMAX caters to senior level professionals already leading business decision making.

  1. ISB PGPMAX duration: 15 months conducted at Hyderabad and Mohali

  2. ISB PGPMAX ranking in FT EMBA 2022 was 1st in India

  3. ISB PGPMAX ranking in FT EMBA 2022 was 44th worldwide

  4. 2 Internnational immersions - NUS, Wharton

  5. No GMAT or GRE test scores required to be submitted

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ISB MBA for Family Business - ISB MFAB

Focussed on bringing up your family business to global heights, ISB MFAB is the ISB MBA for family business professionals. The ISB MFAB helps you with the tools to execute your vision to grow your family business. 

  1. Though the ISB MFAB application does not require the submission of the GMAT or the GRE score the applicants have to write the ISB BAT test for applying to the ISB MFAB programme. 

  2. ISB MFAB Duration: 15 months conducted at ISB Hyderabad and ISB Mohali.

  3. Minimum work experience required is 0 to 5 years

  4. 2 International immersions are conducted during ISB MFAB.

  5. Program Starts August every year

More about ISB MFAB

How much does MBA cost in ISB?

1. ISB MBA Fees for ISB YLP, ISB EEO and ISB PGP​

In case of the ISB MBA fees for the YLP, PGP and EEO the fees are as below:

a) Admission fee: INR 3,54,000

b) Commitment fee: INR 2,36,000

c) Remaining fee: INR 32,77,980

2. ISB MBA fees for ISB PGPpro

For the ISB MBA - PGPpro the fees applicable are INR 30,46,000 excluding the taxes.

3. ISB MBA fees for ISB PGPMAX

For the ISB MBA - PGPMAX the total fee is INR 41,63,000

4. ISB MBA fees for ISB MFAB

For the ISB MFAB program, the Admission fee is INR 3 lacs

The total fee for ISB MBA for family business is INR 41,98,000 excluding taxes.

Get more updates about ISB Admissions 2024.

 

Is ISB MBA Worth it?

  1. ISB (Indian School of Business) is a world ranked institution offering a range of MBA programs for young to senior professionals.

  2. ISB MBA graduates achieve a close to 184% hike in the 3 year salary post MBA. ​

  3. According to the FT rankings 2023 ISB MBA ranks second in the world in salary growth with a salary increase of 205%.​

  4. The school provides a wide range of options for professionals with different backgrounds and goals to gain the coveted management education at ISB.

  5. It is an institution that has been around for two decades and has had distinguished professionals chairing as deans.

  6. ISB was the first Indian institution to be ranked globally, accredited by AACSB, and also the first to host a US President.

  7. It has also been ranked among the leading research institutions globally. Who gets selected to ISB?

  8. The growing size of the ISB batch indicates the strength of the ISB MBA program, and the salary packages offered, the number of offers made by the industries, and the number of companies coming to recruit from ISB are also quite impressive.

  9. ISB MBA alumni are now more than 14,500 in number across the world.

  10. Prominent industries represented by the ISB cohort are: Technology, consulting, finance, e-commerce and healthcare.

  11. The ISB alumni are spread globally across more than 60 countries with at least 500 in CXO roles.

  12. At ISB you can achieve continued learning and connect through 11 Special Interest Groups and 14 alumni chapters.

  13. ISB PARTNERSHIPS & PROGRAMS:​ Jumpstart India, Digital STRITNE, Healthcare MAX , Infrastructure PUNJ LLOYD, Innovation - entrepreneurship - CIE & DLABS, ELP,

  14. ISB has 600 visiting faculty.

  15. GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS - CEIBS, SMU, SKOLKOVO - HKUST, KELLOGG, MIT, WHARTON, TUFTS.

ISB MBA Class Profile

ISB ranking every year are largely dependent on the class profile and the success graduates receive after the ISB MBA.

ISB Class Profile 2008

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 15,81,296

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 42

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements- 230

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 657 ​

ISB Class Profile 2009

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 14,30,305

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 437

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements - 326

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 401 ​

ISB Class Profile 2010

  1. 80% Mean package offered - INR 16,12,112

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 568

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements -  346 

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 541 ​

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ISB Class Profile 2011

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 17,92,715

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 569

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements - 310

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 661 ​

ISB Class Profile 2012

  1. 80% Mean package offered - INR 18,83,403

  2. Class Size - 574

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements-  348 

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 631 ​

ISB  Class Profile 2014

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 18,15,964

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 766

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements - 350

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 884 ​

ISB Class Profile 2015

  1. 80% mean package offered -  INR 19,12,444 

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 760

  3. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 987 ​

ISB Class Profile 2016

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 22,58,273 

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 813

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements -  297 

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements -  1151 ​

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ISB MBA Class Profile

ISB Class of 2017

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 20,90,211

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 903

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements - 411 

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 1113 ​

ISB Class Profile  2018

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 22,13,592

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size -  873

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements -  375 

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 1136 ​

ISB Class Profile 2019

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 25,08,897

  2. Approximate ISB Class Size - 884

  3. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements - 373

  4. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 1309 ​

ISB Class Profile 2020

  1. 80% mean package offered - INR 25,71,521

  2. Number of Companies Registered for ISB placements - 434 

  3. Total number of offers made in ISB placements - 1504

ISB Class of 2021

  1. 80% Mean CTC 27,13,055

  2. 80% Median CTC 2700000

  3. Class Size 691

  4. Registered Companies 308

  5. Offers 1195

 

ISB Class of 2022

  1. 80% Mean CTC 32,76,366

  2. 80% Median CTC 31,00,000

  3. Class Size 929

  4. Registered Companies 393

  5. Offers 2072

 

ISB Class of 2023

 

  1. 80% Mean CTC 34.21

  2. Class Size 843

  3. Women in ISB Class Profile: 37%

  4. GMAT Mid Range in ISB Class of 2023: 690 - 760

  5. GMAT Mean score for mid 80% ISB Class of 2023: 720

  6. GMAT Median score mid 80%: 710

  7. GRE Mid 80% range: 322 - 334

  8. GRE Mean for the mid 80% range of ISB Class of 2023: 328

  9. GRE Median: 328

  10. Number of admits with more than 8 years in ISB Class profile: 50

  11. Number of admits with 5 to 8 years experience: 224

  12. Number of admits with 3 to 5 years work experience: 358

  13. Number of admits upto 3 years experience: 211 

  14. Registered Companies in ISB MBA Placements: 222

  15. Offers: 1578​

FAQ
Q. What are the updates at ISB?
  1. Renowned business journalist Tamal Bandyopadhyay conversed with Shekhar Tomar, Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy at ISB, discussing various aspects of India's banking sector in August 2023. They explored the evolution of the banking industry in India over the years, the challenges posed by non-performing assets, and the pivotal role played by the Reserve Bank of India in addressing these issues.

  2. The appointment of Professor Sumit Kunnumkal as the Area Leader of Operations Management at ISB has been announced in August 2023

  3. Dr. Shankhabrata Bagchi, an alumnus of PGP Co '09, was congratulated on receiving the President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service on Independence Day , 15 August 2023. Dr. Bagchi currently serves as the Additional Director General of Police for Law and Order, Personnel, Administration, and Home Guards of Andhra Pradesh, as well as the Director of Andhra Pradesh Forensic Science Laboratories.

  4. Piyush Shah, an esteemed alumnus of PGP Co '04 and Co-Founder of InMobi Group, visited the Mohali Campus over the weekend. As President and COO of Glance, both companies considered Indian unicorns, he shared insights and experiences with the PGP MFAB Class of 2024, shedding light on building successful ventures.

  5. Shri Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao, Hon’ble Minister for Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Industry & Commerce, ITE&C, Government of Telangana, addressed the incoming batch of the Advanced Management Programme in Public Policy (AMP) at the Mohali campus. He emphasized fostering innovation, infrastructure, and inclusive growth across states, asserting India's potential as a global leader when its strengths are harnessed effectively.

Q: What is the history and provenance of ISB MBA?

A: ISB (Indian School of Business) was founded in 2001 and has been a leading institution in management education for over two decades. It introduced the concept of a one-year MBA program in India, pioneering this format in the country. ISB has achieved several notable milestones and is known for its continuous achievements and firsts in the field of education.

Q: What are some of the achievements of ISB?

 

A: ISB has achieved significant milestones throughout its history. It was the first institution in South Asia to receive accreditation from AACSB, the oldest MBA accreditation body in the world. ISB also holds the distinction of being among the less than 1% of institutions worldwide with a triple crown accreditation from AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. These accreditations validate ISB's commitment to excellence in education and research. The institution has collaborated with renowned global institutions such as Kellogg School of Management, The Wharton School, London Business School, MIT Sloan, and the Fletcher School from Tufts University. These collaborations bring the best pedagogy, curriculum, faculty expertise, and opportunities for faculty and student exchanges.

 

Q: What are the rankings and endorsements received by ISB?

 

A: ISB has received top rankings from leading agencies and endorsements from prominent leaders. In the Financial Times rankings, ISB is ranked as the number one business school in India, sixth in Asia, and 39th globally for its MBA program. It also holds the second position globally in terms of salary growth. The AMA 2020 Research Productivity rankings ranked ISB as the number one institution in Asia and 44th globally. These rankings and endorsements recognize ISB's commitment to excellence in research and education, both nationally and internationally.

 

Q: What collaborations and partnerships does ISB have?

A: ISB has established collaborations and partnerships with several prestigious institutions worldwide. It has collaborated with institutions such as Kellogg School of Management, The Wharton School, London Business School, MIT Sloan, and the Fletcher School from Tufts University, among others. These partnerships bring the best pedagogy, curriculum, faculty expertise, and facilitate faculty and student exchanges. ISB is in partnership with over 50 top global institutions, ensuring a diverse and enriched learning environment.

 

Q: What is the faculty composition at ISB?

 

A: ISB boasts a strong faculty team comprising over 70 resident faculty members. These faculty members are research-oriented and bring rich industry experience to the classroom. They hold teaching credentials from top institutions worldwide. ISB also hosts over 200 visiting faculty members from partner institutions globally. The faculty composition includes renowned experts from various fields, providing students with diverse perspectives and insights. ISB follows a portfolio-based faculty model, allowing experts in specific fields to teach related subjects, ensuring practical knowledge and research expertise are imparted to students.

 

Q: What are the value propositions of the PGP program at ISB?

A: The PGP (Post Graduate Program) at ISB offers several value propositions to its students. It provides a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum designed to develop leadership and managerial skills. The program combines classroom learning, applied learning, and peer learning to provide a holistic educational experience. ISB's strong network of alumni and industry connections offers extensive networking opportunities and access to a wide range of career options. The program also emphasizes entrepreneurship and provides support for students interested in starting their own ventures.

Q: What qualities and attributes is ISB looking for in candidates?

A: ISB looks for candidates who possess strong academic credentials, leadership potential, a track record of professional accomplishments, and a commitment to making a positive impact. They value diversity and seek candidates with a range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. ISB also evaluates candidates based on their ability to contribute to the learning environment and engage in collaborative teamwork. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, adaptability, and a global outlook are also desirable qualities.

Q: How does ISB support research and knowledge creation?

A: ISB places a strong emphasis on research and knowledge creation. It collaborates with renowned research institutions globally and encourages faculty members to engage in cutting-edge research. ISB has several research centers and initiatives focused on different aspects of management and public policy. The institution supports faculty members in their research endeavors through funding, resources, and access to a vibrant intellectual community. Research output is a key criterion for evaluating faculty performance and contributes to the institution's reputation as a hub of knowledge creation.

Q: How does ISB contribute to the nation and society?

 

A: ISB actively contributes to the nation and society through its educational programs, research, and thought leadership. The institution aims to develop leaders who can drive positive change and contribute to the economic and social development of the country. ISB's research and policy initiatives address critical issues facing society, and its graduates go on to make an impact in various sectors. ISB collaborates with government bodies, industry organizations, and NGOs to address societal challenges and create sustainable solutions.

Q: What is the significance of the salary growth ranking for ISB?

A: ISB's ranking as the second globally in terms of salary growth indicates the positive impact of the PGP program on graduates' career trajectories. It reflects the value and recognition that ISB graduates receive in the job market and their ability to secure higher-paying positions. This ranking highlights the strong return on investment provided by the PGP program and the career opportunities it opens up for students.

Q: What is the faculty composition at ISB?

 

A: ISB has a strong faculty team comprising over 70 resident faculty members who are research-oriented and bring rich industry experience to the classroom. They hold teaching credentials from top institutions worldwide. Additionally, ISB hosts over 200 visiting faculty members from partner institutions globally. The faculty at ISB follows a portfolio-based faculty model, where experts in specific fields are given the opportunity to teach related subjects.

Q: How does ISB incorporate integrated learning into its programs?

 

A: Integrated learning is a key component of the programs at ISB. The learning experience at ISB combines classroom learning with various forms of learning, including applied learning and peer learning. The curriculum follows a case methodology-based learning approach, where students are exposed to real-world case studies from the faculty's own research experiences. Students have the opportunity to apply their classroom knowledge to real-life industry scenarios through experiential learning programs. ISB also offers planning and entrepreneurship ventures, providing support and funding for students interested in starting their own businesses.

 

Q: What specializations and electives are offered at ISB?

 

A: ISB offers a wide range of specializations and electives to cater to students' interests and career aspirations. There are ten specializations available, including industry specializations in healthcare, infrastructure, manufacturing, and public policy, as well as functional specializations in marketing, finance, operations, IT, entrepreneurship, and strategy and leadership. With over 80 electives to choose from, students have the flexibility to tailor their learning experience according to their goals and interests.

Q: How does ISB promote peer learning and international exposure?

A: ISB promotes peer learning and international exposure through various initiatives. Students have the opportunity to participate in inbound and outbound exchange programs with partner universities worldwide. This allows them to study at top institutions and interact with students from different countries and backgrounds, fostering a diverse and enriching learning environment. Additionally, ISB encourages participation in professional and social clubs, providing avenues for networking, collaboration, and leadership development.

 

Q: What support does ISB offer for entrepreneurship?

 

A: ISB provides comprehensive support for students interested in entrepreneurship. The institution has two incubation centers, the DLabs in Hyderabad and the ATL Incubation Center in Mohali, where students can submit their business ideas. If selected, these ideas are nurtured from the early stages of development to the establishment of a company. Funding opportunities are also available to sustain the business during the initial stages. ISB's I-Venture is a premier club that supports aspiring entrepreneurs and provides resources, mentorship, and networking opportunities.

 

Q: How does peer learning contribute to the learning experience at ISB?

 

A: Peer learning is an integral part of the learning experience at ISB. Through exchange programs and interactions with students from diverse backgrounds and countries, students gain valuable insights and perspectives. Collaborating with peers in group projects and discussions fosters a dynamic and interactive learning environment. Students are encouraged to take leadership positions in clubs and organizations, allowing them to develop their interpersonal and management skills while learning from their peers.

Q: How does ISB encourage leadership and participation in clubs and organizations?

A: ISB encourages students to take up leadership positions in various professional and social clubs on campus. Students are urged to overcome inhibitions and shyness and actively engage in the diverse range of clubs available. These clubs provide avenues for personal and professional growth, networking opportunities, and the chance to develop leadership skills. Active participation in clubs and organizations can enhance the overall learning experience at ISB and help students build a well-rounded skill set.

What is the ISB Hyderabad Cut Off? or 
What is the ISB Hyderabad cut off for GMAT score?

There is no cutoff GMAT score required for ISB, however a good benchmark would be the range of GMAT scores which have been accepted by the school previously. For the ISB MBA class of 2022 the GMAT score ranged from 600 - 780 and the average GMAT score at ISB MBA was 710.

Who gets selected at ISB MBA?​

ISB MBA Class of 2022 had a total class size  of 934 students where ISB Hyderabad had 609 and Mohali had 325 students, In terms of gender diversity ISB MBA class of 2022 had 62% Male students and 38% female students. Read more about ISB Placement trends.

What is the ISB Hyderabad cut off for GRE score?

For the ISB MBA class of 2022 the GRE Score ranged from 313 to 334 with the average GRE score being 328. For the ISB class of 2024 the GRE mid range of 80% of the class has been 322 - 334.

What is the ISB Hyderabad cut off  for age and work experience ?

There is no ISB Hyderabad cut off at the higher end but at the lower end the minimum work experience required is 24 months. For the ISB MBA class of 2022 the range of admits age was 22 to 44 years and the average age of the class was 27 years.

In terms of work experience range at the ISB MBA class of 2022, it ranged from  2 years work experience to  23 years and the average work experience range was 4.6 years of work experience. Read about how is ISB Hyderabad for MBA applicants?

Are only engineers accepted at ISB MBA?

Not quite. ISB MBA class of 2022 constituted 57% engineers and 43% non engineers.

How has the ISB Hyderabad cut off changed over the years?

In the ISB Class of 2020 the class size at ISB Hyderabad was 603 and the class size at ISB Mohali was 293 students. In terms of Gender Variation at ISB MBA Class of 2020 - at ISB Hyderabad out of the whole class 62% comprises males and 38% comprises females and at ISB Mohali out of the whole class 61% comprises males and 39% comprises females.

In terms of age profile at ISB Hyderabad Class of 2020 the age profile of students ranges from 22 years to 43 years of age with an average age of 26.63 years. 

The age profile for the ISB Mohali Class of 2020 ranged from 22 years to 46 years with an average age of 26.7 years at ISB Mohali. The average work experience at both the campuses is roughly 4.3 years for the class of 2020.

In terms of class composition i.e. number of engineers vs non engineers in the ISB MBA class of 2020, the distribution is 67% engineers and 33% non engineers at ISB Hyderabad, while at ISB Mohali the class comprises 68% engineers and 32% non engineers.

What was the GMAT Score range and GMAT score average of applicants admitted to ISB MBA Class of 2020?​

The average GMAT score at ISB Hyderabad was 710 with a range of GMAT scores from 600 to 770. The average GMAT score at ISB Mohali was 710 with a range of GMAT scores from 600 to 770 again. Read more about the GMAT score for ISB.

What was the ISB Hyderabad cut off GRE Score range and GRE score average at ISB MBA Class of 2020?

For the GRE scores, the range of GRE scores for the ISB Hyderabad Class of 2020 was 311- 334 and an average GRE score at 325. Whereas for the ISB Mohali Class of 2020 the range of GRE scores was 322 - 331 with an average GRE score of 327.

Does ISB provide MBA?

ISB provides a one year MBA equivalent program. This is a certificate program as independent institutions can not award a degree in India yet. According to industry acceptance the ISB MBA is considered a coveted program in India. The ISB MBA is  also accepted and ranked worldwide in the FT , the QS and other bodies. The ISB MBA is triple accredited by AASCB, EQUIS and AMBA. Read about how to write ISB essays.

How good is the ISB MBA?

The world rankings, the placement records and the industry recognition that ISB MBA graduates have achieved speaks volumes about how good it is. The decision is however always relative. 

Does ISB have one year MBA?

Yes, the ISB MBA is a one year MBA program. The ISB MBA is conducted in 8 terms over 12 months. 

Why is ISB fees high?

ISB MBA offers a world ranked program with excellent infrastructure, International faculty and tie ups with leading institutions across the world like  Tufts University, MIT Sloan School of Business and London School of Business. 

Is ISB prestigious?

The leadership profile at ISB definitely makes it prestigious. Distinguished professionals from the education industry have chaired as Deans at the institution. Further,

 

  1. ISB Hyderabad has set the benchmark for institutions like the Ashoka University, Plaksha University and  KREA University  (Krea is a liberal arts university base out of Chennai) to transform the education space in India. 

  2. ISB was the first Indian institution that was ranked globally, 

  3. ISB Hyderabad was the first to be accredited by the  AACSB

  4. ISB Hyderabad was also the first institution in India to host a US President, and

  5. ISB Hyderabad is the first education institution ranked among leading research institutions globally. ISB has surely been a leader in education.

 

Is CAT score valid for ISB?

ISB admission process does not accept the CAT score. Only the GMAT score or the GRE scores can be submitted for the ISB admission process.

Is ISB and IBS same?

ISB refers to Indian School of Business with its campus located at Gachibowli, Hyderabad and Mohali. While IBS refers to ICFAI Business School which has campuses across India. These are not the same.

Is ISB better or IIM?

ISB and IIM are leading institutions of world repute. To argue whether ISB is better than IIM would be like comparing equals. However, there might be a very specific discussion with respect to individual profiles applying to the schools with respect to their backgrounds and goals to compare if they are suited to one cohort or the other. ​

Is ISB Hyderabad better than IIM is a question that is quite frequently asked and the answer is that both the institutes are stalwarts in delivering World class MBA education in India. Beyond that what you make of the education is upto you. In terms of the course curriculum both the IIM and ISB deliver an internationally enriched curriculum, alumni network, and provide the MBA graduates a sea of opportunities. 

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