Chicago Booth and Harvard retain top US spots; INSEAD presides in int'l ranking

Bloomberg BusinessWeek has published its annual rankings of business schools.

In the US ranking, the top 10 schools from the previous 2008 ranking remained in the Top 10 again in 2010, though in different order. Chicago Booth and Harvard maintained their 1 and 2 positions, respectively, with Wharton, Kellogg, and Stanford rounding out the top five.

The best international business school category is topped this year by INSEAD, Queen's, IE, ESADE, and London Business School.

For more information, please see the BusinessWeek coverage here.

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