Wharton and LBS Top Financial Times  Global Full-Time MBA Ranking

Columbia, Stanford, and Harvard round out the Top 5

The Financial Times  has published its global ranking of full-time MBA programs. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) tops the international list, but London Business School - now in second place internationally - got the highest score ever by a European school on the FT rankings.

The FT rankings rank business schools based on "the success of their alumni; the global focus of the school; and its record in generating ideas."

For full coverage, please visit the FT.

The programs that made the Top 10 are listed below.

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