The Financial Times has just released its 2010 business school rankings, with London Business School holding on to the #1 spot. LBS and Wharton actually shared the #1 position in last year’s rankings, but :BS has pulled ahead of its American rival.
The Financial Times’ top ten MBA programs in 2010 are:
- London Business School
- Harvard Business School
- Stanford GSB
- Columbia Business School
- IE Business School
- MIT Sloan
- Chicago Booth
- Hong Kong UST
Big gainers vs. last year include Booth (which cracked the top ten), HKUST, Indian School of Business, and HEC Paris. Meanwhile, CEIBS, NYU Stern (which dropped out of the top ten), and Cambridge saw the biggest declines among the top MBA programs.
For a deeper comparison of how the programs performed in thie year’s rankings vs. the previous year’s, FT.com offers this handy downloadable document.
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