Only 4 Indian colleges in the top 100 business schools rankings by Financial Times

Feb 15, 2022

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

The top 100 business school rankings by the Financial Times (FT) out...

...and only four Indian colleges have made it to the list. Indian School of Business (ISB), Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore, IIM Ahmedabad, and IIM Calcutta

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These are the top business schools in the world, according to FT report —

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University of Pennsylvania: Wharton

Wharton, which is located in Philadelphia, also has a 9 percent acceptance rate with multiple rounds for the selection process. The institute also offers financial aid and scholarships to its students based on their unique personal qualities and background.

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Columbia Business School

Columbia is another renowned business school in the United States, which is very selective and has a 16 percent acceptance rate. The tuition fees is comparatively high for international students, but the institute does offer various scholarships to eligible international students.

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INSEAD

INSEAD offers a 10-month MBA programme, which has been highly successful among students. The university offers three types of scholarships — Need-based, non-need-based, spot scholarships. The scholarships are granted to students based on their nationality and professional background.

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哈佛商学院(Harayapp3雷竞技官网APPrvard Business School)

Harvard is one of the most popular and oldest universities in the world, known for its MBA programme. The university also offers a wide array of scholarships and financial aid to its students.

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Kellogg School of Management

With 9 percent as the acceptance rate, Northwestern University is one of the most selective schools in the US. Kellogg School of Management is the first business school in the world to come up with a one-year-long MBA programme.

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Stanford Graduate School of Business

Located in California, Stanford is one of the most prestigious research universities in the world. With a 7.1 percent acceptance rate, it is one of the toughest universities to get into. The university also offers financial aid for needed students regardless of their citizenship.

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University of Chicago: Booth

The Second-oldest business school in the United States, the University of Chicago has some notable alumni such as James O. McKinsey, founder of McKinsey & Company; Susan Wagner, co-founder of Blackrock; Eric Kriss, co-founder of Bain Capital, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft.

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London Business School

London Business School is one of the top 10 schools for MBA in the UK. There are several scholarships available for students, which can assist them with 50-100 percent tuition waivers.

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Yale School of Management

Also known as Yale SOM, it is ranked among one of the top business schools in the United States. The Yale School of Management offers various kinds of scholarships for international students to study in the USA including General Merit Scholarships, MBA for Executives Scholarships, International Scholarships and many more.

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