Financial Times 2009 MBA Rankings

The 2009 Financial Times rankings are out, complete with interactive tools to help you analyze the data and compare schools. The Financial Times publishes global rankings, rankings by region and rankings by specialty. Below are the US top 20:

Financial Times Top 20 MBA programs in the USA

  1. University of Pennsylvania: Wharton
  2. Columbia Business School
  3. Stanford University GSB
  4. Harvard Business School
  5. MIT: Sloan
  6. University of Chicago GSB
  7. New York University: Stern
  8. Dartmouth College: Tuck
  9. Yale School of Management
  10. Northwestern University: Kellogg
  11. UCLA: Anderson
  12. Emory University: Goizueta
  13. University of Michigan: Ross
  14. Duke University: Fuqua
  15. UC Berkeley: Haas
  16. University of Virginia: Darden
  17. Cornell University: Johnson
  18. University of Maryland: Smith
  19. Georgetown University: McDonough
  20. University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler

Click here for the full global rankings.

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