Dartmouth Tuck, Chicago Booth, and IMD lead this year's ranking
The ranking's top 15 was essentially a reordering of the schools listed atop of last year's ranking. Only one school in this year's Top 15 - London Business School - was not in last year's top 15.
The Economistrankings are based on student surveys about various categories, foremost the new career opportunities opened by the program and the quality of personal development and educational experience.
For full coverage, please visit the Economist 2011 MBA rankings.
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