The Economist Ranks Distance Learning MBAs

University of Florida (Warrington) presides over the Top-10 list

The Economist, the weekly British newspaper, has published a Top-10 ranking of the world's top distance learning MBA programs. The Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida has took first place in this year's survey, which weighed program content, quality of fellow students, and distance-learning elements.

The ten schools mentioned in the Top-10 rankings are listed below.

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