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  • SPJIMR is India’s top-ranked B-School in the FT Masters in Management Ranking 2023; Ranks 40th Globally

    Published on September 11, 2023

     Chennai: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s S. P. Jain Institute of Management & Research   has been recognised as the top Indian business school in the Financial Times Masters in Management (MiM) global rankings for 2023.

    SPJIMR is one of only two Indian institutions in the top 50 globally. SPJIMR secured India’s top position and the 40th position globally for its two-year full-time Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) with IIM Ahmedabad following at the 43rd spot.

    This marks the fourth consecutive year in which SPJIMR has been ranked among the world’s top 50 business schools.

    Eleven Indian institutions including SPJIMR and IIM Ahmedabad have earned a spot in the FT Masters in Management rankings for 2023, highlighting the recognition of Indian B-schools on the global stage.

    The FT MiM rankings consider programmes offered by schools with AACSB or EQUIS accreditation, catering to participants with limited or no work experience. The ranking criteria are categorised into specific areas, including “Alumni Career Progress” (55%), focusing on post-program alumni success, “School Diversity” (22%), assessing inclusivity and diversity within the institution, and “International Experience & Research” (23%), highlighting global exposure and research contributions. SPJIMR also secured a notable eighth-place global ranking in the “Careers Service” criterion, emphasising its effectiveness in supporting student placements and facilitating exceptional career opportunities for graduates.

    Speaking on this achievement, SPJIMR Dean Prof. Varun Nagaraj stated, “It’s gratifying to be recognised for our work towards making a positive impact on business and society. This recognition by FT is a testament to the collective efforts of our faculty, participants, alumni, and our many corporate and NGO partners.”

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