1. Institute of Business Administration (IBA)
On Number 1 is Institute of Business Administration - IBA. The institute is the oldest business school outside North America established in 1955 by the world famous Wharton School of Finance, University of Pennsylvania; later, the University of Southern California set up various facilities at the Institute and several prominent American professors were assigned to teach at the IBA. It is the first institution in Pakistan to become partner of CFA Institute, SAP University alliance and other such ventures.
2. Institute of Business Management (IoBM)
Formerly called CBM, IoBM is the second best business school in Karachi. Though some ratings put Szabist on number 2 but i will IoBM due to its environment and research facilities. It is the only Pakistani business school with a full fledged research program and has been granted a charter by a legislative Act of the Sindh Provincial Assembly. IoBM is a fully HEC accredited degree awarding institution and publishes the country's only business research journal Pakistan Business Review.
3. Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science & Technology (SZABIST) SZABIST is one of the top 20 business schools from Asia recognized by Business Week. The institute is also rated among the best Science and Technology and MBA schools in Asia by the CNN-Time publication Asia week. In addition, Asia Inc (a leading Asian Magazine) has ranked SZABIST among the top MBA Schools of South Asia in its Asia's Best MBA Schools Survey in 2003 and 2004.
4. Iqra University
Our Jury has placed Iqra University on Number 4. Initially known as "Asian Management Institute", the institution was renamed later to "Iqra university" on the request of the then governor of Sindh at the time of recognition from Sindh government. Iqra is the sole university that has most number of PhD faculty in Pakistan and claim to have published research papers more than the other business school in the country. Karachi: Institute of Business Administration tops the list of best business school of Pakistan, says a survey of The News Tribe. The survey was held among 18-24 years old post graduate youths and the sample was taken all over the country. Contrary to Higher Education Council’s ranking which is already being criticized of its vague criteria of assessing universities, the survey by The News Tribe, the largest independent bilingual news website, sees the matter from peoples perspective. The people see these business schools as top 10 in the country.
Institute of Business Administration (IBA) About 33 % people say that IBA ranked first among business schools in Pakistan. The IBA was set up in 1955 in collaboration with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and is the first business school in South Asia set up on the U.S. MBA model. It started as a business school within the University of Karachi. Its status was elevated to become an independent, degree-granting institution in Pakistan in 1994. In the same year IBA received a charter from the Sindh government. In 2011, the Institute of Business Administration joined a group of seven other top business schools in South Asia.
Suleman Dawood School of Business, Lahore University of Management Science (LUMS): About 30 % people say that business school of LUMS ranked second in Pakistan. One of the largest universities in Pakistan, the Lahore University of Management Science (LUMS) is world class academic institution with a proud history of achievements and ambitious plans of future. The idea of establishing the university took root in the mind of Syed Babar Ali, Pro Chancellor, with support of ten leading public and private sector Corporation of Pakistan, National Management Pakistan (NMP) the sponsoring body of the University, was incorporated on November 7, 1984. In addition to this the government also granted authorization to set up other...
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