ICFAI Business School (IBS), Hyderabad, was established in the year 1995. It is a self-financed College. It is a constituent of the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), which was recognized as a Deemed University by the Ministry of Human Resource Development under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956. IBS campuses are located in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune. They offer two-years, full-time Management Programs to prepare the students and equip them for successful corporate careers.
Facts and Figures of ICFAI Business School (IBS), Hyderabad
Type of the College
How to Reach
11km away from Nampally Railway Station
ICFAI Business School Courses:
IBS offers Bachelor and Masters programs in Management fields along with the full time and part time courses. It offers also PhD. Program in Management field. Minimum Duration of PhD (Full time & part time) is 3 year and 4 year respectively. The student has the options to choose the elective streams in Finance, Human Resources Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship and IT & Systems.
IBS Hyderabad Fee Structure:
Fee (In Lakhs)
ICFAI Business School Placements:
IBS Campuses have a strong brand image of turning out well-rounded students who have been transformed into leaders. More than 150 leading recruiters have participated in the campus placements. More than 200 leading recruiters have participated in the campus placements.
INR 6.90 lakhs
Highest Package- National
INR 16.50 lakhs
INR 47.50 lakhs
Average Salary (Top 10%)
INR 12.40 lakhs
Average Salary (Top 25%)
INR 9.95 lakhs
“Mens Sana is corpore sana” is a Latin proverb that means “A healthy mind lives in a healthy body”.
IBS observes the following festivals:
IBS Hyderabad Ranking:
The candidates selected for MBA Programs avail educational loans from Public / Private Sector Banks. The maximum loan amount provided by the bank is Rs.10 to 15 Lakhs for programs. The list of banks where the students have availed educational loans in the past are:
Private Sector Banks & Financial Institutions
Public Sector Banks