Survey suggests growing competition from non-US programs

The UK daily newspaper The Financial Times has published its 2009 ranking of full-time MBA programs. Its international scope makes the FT's rankings one of the most anticipated of the year. The rankings are compiled from surveys of business school alumni.

This year's ranking features a Chinese program (CEIBS) in the top ten-ranked programs for the first time, and London Business School now shares the number-one ranking with The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

For more information, visit the FT's coverage.

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