York Schulich, Michigan Ross, and Yale top the biennial survey

The Aspen Institute has released its biennial survey and ranking of full-time MBA programs globally ("Beyond Grey Pinstripes") that are "integrating issues of social and environmental stewardship into curricula and research."

The 2009-10 survey ranks York Schulich, Michigan Ross, Yale, Stanford, and Notre Dame Mendoza in the top-5 programs. The schools in the Top 10 are listed below.

For full coverage, please visit the Beyond Grey Pinstripes website.

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