Little movement in the top five; some major jumps among other business schools

UK newspaper The Financial Times has published its 2011 international ranking of MBA programs. Like with the Bloomberg Businessweek rankings last fall, there was little movement on the top-five ranked programs, which remained London Business School, Wharton, Harvard, INSEAD, and Stanford.

Among the biggest year-on-year jumps in the annual rankings were UC Irvine Merage, Durham, Vlerick Leuven Gent, McGill Desautels, University of Cape Town, Hult, and IPADE.

For more information, please see the FT coverage here.

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