Harvard again tops list; little change at the top of the list

The Financial Times has published the 2014 edition of its annual Global MBA Rankings. Harvard Business School tops the list for the 5th time since 1999.
 
The only newcomer to the this year's Top-15 is Switzerland's IMD, which jumped to place 12 from last year's 19th position. The other Top-15 schools include Stanford, London Business School, Wharton, Columbia, INSEAD, IESE, MIT - Sloan, Chicago - Booth, Yale, Berkeley - Haas, IE, HKUST, and Kellogg.
 
Eight business schools broke into the Top-100 this year: UC Davis, Durham, Wake Forest, BYU - Marriott, ESMT, Pitt - Katz, Shanghai Jiao Tong, and IIM - Bangalore. 
 
Full coverage can be found on the FT's 2014 Global MBA Ranking
 

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