Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore is the best Indian university according to the QS MBA in Entrepreneurship ranking 2023. IIM Bangalore is the only Indian institute to be included in the top 100 universities for entrepreneurship in the world.
Worldwide, the Stanford Graduate School of Business has been recognized as the best university in the world for entrepreneurship. Harvard Business School and Imperial College Business School are in 2nd and 3rd place. Cambridge (Judge) and National University of Singapore (NUS) are two more universities that made it into the top 5 rankings.
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QS MBA (Entrepreneurship) University Rankings 2023: Best Universities in India
Rank 81-90: Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
QS MBA (Entrepreneurship) University Rankings 2023: World’s Best Universities
Rank 1: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Rank 2: Harvard Business School
Rank 3: Imperial College Business School
Rank 4: Cambridge (Judge)
5th place: National University of Singapore (NUS)
Rank 6: IESE Business School
Rank 7: Oxford (Said)
Rank 8: Esade Business School
Rank 9: MIT (Sloan)
Rank 10: Penn (Wharton)
Ranking 11: UC Berkeley (Haas)
Rank 12: SDA Bocconi
Rank 13: IE Business School
14th place: INSEAD
Rank 15: Politechnico di Milano
Rating 16: Copenhagen Business School
Rank 17: Nanyang NTU Singapore
Rank 18: London Business School
Ranking 19: HEC Paris
Rank 20: Columbia Business School
Institutes are judged on five parameters, including employer reputation, graduate outcomes, faculty-employer partnerships, links with employers or students and graduate employability. This year’s full-time MBA ranking contains a comprehensive list of the best business schools for an MBA degree in seven different specializations, according to the official website.
Meanwhile, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was previously named the best Indian university by the QS University Ranking. More than 13 Indian universities improved their research impact compared to global competitors, seeing a rise in citations per faculty (CpF). However, Indian universities continue to struggle with the QS Index of Institutional Teaching Capacity. A total of 10 out of 41 universities represented in the ranking showed a decrease in their positions.
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