Highly anticipated rankings show little change from last year

The Financial Times has published its 2010 ranking of full-time MBA programs. This year's rankings, overall, show little change since last year. However, there are a few surprises.

In the top ten, London Business School (LBS) retains the top spot, although it is no longer sharing it with Wharton (which is now number two.) NYU's Stern has edged out of the top ten to unlucky number 13. And the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) found its way into a top spot (number nine) from its 16th place last year.

Perhaps most surprising is CEIBS' drop. Last year, the program made headlines by being the first Chinese program to ever land in the top ten. This year, the program has fallen to number 22.

For more information, visit the FT's coverage.

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