Two European business schools at the top of this year's ranking

The Economist Intelligence Unit has published its 2008 ranking of the world's top-100, full-time MBA programs. The top 10 includes three European business schools, two in Britain, and five from the United States.

For full coverage, please visit the Economist MBA website.

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