Financial Times MBA Ranking 2010

According to the latest Financial Times Global MBA rankings (2010), LBS (UK) took the top spot in the league table, followed by University of Pennsylvania: Wharton in second position globally. Other schools placed within the global top 10 include Harvard Business School (3rd), Stanford University GSB (4th), Insead (5th), Columbia Business School (6th), IE Business School (=6th), MIT Sloan School of Management (8th), University of Chicago: Booth (9th) and HKUST Business School (=9th).

Top 10 MBA Schools (US):
1. Wharton
2. HBS
3. Stanford
4. CBS
5. Sloan
6. Booth
7. Stern
8. Tuck
9. YSOM
10. Fuqua

Top schools by subject:

Top for Finance:
1 University of Chicago: Booth
2 New York University: Stern
3 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton
4 Rice University: Jones
5 University of Rochester: Simon
6 London Business School
7 Columbia Business School
8 Macquarie Graduate School of Management
9 University of Iowa: Tippie
10 University of Toronto: Rotman

Top for Economics:
1 University of Chicago: Booth
2 Cranfield School of Management
3 MIT Sloan School of Management
4 Yale School of Management
5 University of Rochester: Simon
6 Imperial College Business School
7 Melbourne Business School
8 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton
9 IE Business School
10 New York University: Stern

Top for Entrepreneurship:
1 Babson College: Olin
2 Stanford University GSB
3 Imperial College Business School
4 UCLA: Anderson
5 University of California at Berkeley: Haas
6 MIT Sloan School of Management
7 University of Cambridge: Judge
8 IMD
9 Wisconsin School of Business
10 Insead

Top for Marketing:
1 Northwestern University: Kellogg
2 Duke University: Fuqua
3 Indiana University: Kelley
4 Ipade
5 Esade Business School
6 Wisconsin School of Business
7 Imperial College Business School
8 University of Michigan: Ross
9 HEC Paris
10 Cornell University: Johnson

Source: Financial Times

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