The Financial Times has updated its Global MBA Ranking for 2015.
This year, Harvard Business School holds onto the top spot, which the school has held since 2013. "Harvard," according to the FT, "is among the top schools for career progression and its MBA was the most highly recommended by graduates of other schools."
London Business School has risen one spot from last year to claim the second position, while the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business takes the third spot.
Stanford Graduate School of Business and INSEAD are tied for the fourth position. Number six belongs to Columbia Business School, and number seven is taken by Spain's IESE Business School.
MIT Sloan, Chicago - Booth, and Berkeley - Haas round out the top ten, in that order.
Although the top ten was mostly dominated by schools that only moved a spot or two, there was some larger movement in the rest of the ranking. China's CEIBS, for instance, jumped six positions to take spot number 11, making it the highest-ranked Asian business school in the ranking. HEC Paris moved up five spots to claim position number 16. And Switzerland's IMD Business School lost eight positions, to barely squeak into the top 20.
Other big movers include Lancaster University Management School, which rose 27 spots to land at position number 50, and China's Shanghai Jiao Tong - Antai, which rose 22 spots to take position number 55.
Debuting at position number 66 is the University of San Diego School of Business Administration, which makes it the highest-ranked new entrant.
This year marks the return of several business schools which had previously dropped off the ranking. Hong Kong's CUHK Business School, for instance, which dropped off the ranking in 2013, re-appeared strongly this year at position number 30. Likewise, Notre Dame - Mendoza, which also dropped out of the ranking in 2013, re-appeared this year at position number 89.
Canada's Alberta School of Business left the ranking in 2011, but came back this year at number 86. Another Canadian business school, Queen's School of Business, left the ranking in 2007 but has re-appeared this year at position number 86.
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