Economist MBA Ranking 2011

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College is ranked 1st in the world for its MBA program, according to The Economist's ranking of full-time MBA programs 2011. University of Chicago Booth School of Business is ranked 2nd globally for its MBA, followed by IMD - International Institute for Management Development (Switzerland) in 3rd place.

In Australia, two business schools are placed within the world's top 50 for their MBA. University of Melbourne Business School is ranked 1st in Australia and 32nd globally, followed by the University of Queensland (UQ) Business School at 46th. UQ Business School has risen from 81st in last year's rankings.

The Schulich School of Business at York University is the top ranked Canadian institution for MBA programs, rated No. 9 in The Economist's 2011 ranking, putting it ahead of five other Canadian schools that offer university-level business degrees. McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal is the second highest ranked Canadian school on the list (at No. 64).

Top 10 full-time MBA programs in the world:
1 Dartmouth College
2 Chicago
4 University of Virginia
5 Harvard Business School
6 University of California, Berkeley
7 Columbia Business School
8 Stanford Graduate School of Business
9 York University Schulich School of Business
10 IESE Business School
Source: The Economist

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