Indian School of Business - ISB

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DEFINITION of 'Indian School of Business - ISB'

An international school of business located in Hyderabad, India. It offers postgraduate and post-doctoral programs in management and executive education. The Financial Times ranked the Indian School of Business (ISB) 12 in its list of top 100 global business schools in 2010.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Indian School of Business - ISB'

The ISB's first Post Graduate Programme was launched in 2001 by a group of Fortune 500 entrepreneurs who collaborated with the Indian government. The school partners with several other prestigious schools, including the Wharton and London Business Schools.

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