Stanford, Harvard, and Wharton lead the pack

The Financial Times has published its annual Global MBA rankings for 2012. There has only been a reshuffling of the top 10 programs from 2011, with Stanford jumping three places to the top spot this year. Harvard, Wharton, and LBS also made the top 5, as did Columbia. Rounding out the Top-10 are INSEAD, MIT, IE, IESE, and HKUST.

Among the biggest jumps in the top-30 programs have been UC Berkeley Haas' climb to #14 (from #25 in 2011) and Warwick's leap to #27 (from #58).

For more information, please visit the Financial Times 2012 Global MBA Rankings coverage.


Editor's note: article corrected on Jan. 30 to provide correct 2011 reference ranking positions

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