University of St Gallen, ESCP, and Cems take the top three spots

The Financial Times has today published the 2012 edition of its ranking of Masters in Management programs, which are primarily one- to two-year programs aimed at young professionals with little work experience.

In this year's ranking, Switzerland's University of St. Gallen again holds onto the top spot, while ESCP and CEMS take spots two and three, respectively.

The rest of the list is similarly dominated by European programs: Other schools featured in the top ten include France's HEC Paris, ESSEC Business School, and EMLyon; IE Business School and Esade Business School, both from Spain; and Rotterdam School of Management at the Netherlands' Erasmus University. The only non-European school in the top slots is the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, coming in at number 10.

The FT bases its rankings on a variety of factors, including graduate salaries and international mobility.

For more information, please see The Financial Times' 2012 Masters in Management Rankings

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