All of the Top-10 US MBA programs from 2007 remain there in 2008

BusinessWeek has published its 2008 ranking of US and international business schools. Last year's top-ten full-time MBA programs - Chicago, Harvard, Wharton, Kellogg, and Michigan Ross, Stanford, Columbia, Duke, MIT, and Berkeley Haas - have all remained in the top ten in 2008, but have changed positions. 

The top-five international programs include Queen's, IE Business School, INSEAD, Western Ontario (Ivey), and London Business School.

For more information, please visit the full BusinessWeek coverage here.

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