Rating Agency Begins Grading Business Schools

With the Dec. 1, 2009 sale of Businessweek to Bloomberg LP, the magazine’s former owner, the McGraw-Hill Companies, officially exited the b-school ranking business. It now appears that the company wants back in. Credit Rating and Information Services of India (CRISIL), a rating agency that’s majority owned by McGraw-Hill’s Standard & Poor’s unit, yesterday announced the launch of a new rating service for business schools.

CRISIL has already graded management education programs at 20 schools, all of them in India, and it appears that the ratings will be limited to Indian business schools.

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