Chicago, Stanford, and IESE top UK newspaper's annual ranking

The Economist Intelligence Unit (UK) has published its 2007 ranking of full-time MBA programs. According to this year's ranking, an increasingly decisive factor determining ranking is the quality of careers services at business schools.

For full coverage, please visit the Economist feature.

The top ten programs in this year's ranking are listed below.

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