Just wanted to draw your attention to this year's MBA rankings by the FT. It came out this morning. The top ten schools according to this rankings are:
1 - London Business School
2 - University of Pennsylvania: Wharton
3 - Harvard Business School
4 - Stanford University GSB
6- Columbia Business School
6 - IE Business School
8 - MIT Sloan School of Management
9 - University of Chicago: Booth
9 - Hong Kong UST Business School
Among key points from their report:
- "The gradual rise of LBS in the FT MBA table over 12 years – it was ranked eighth in the inaugural MBA ranking in 1999 and had attained second position by 2008 – indicates a broader trend: the diminishing dominance of US-based schools over the past decade."
- "Since  , the number of US schools in the top 25 has decreased, reaching 11 in 2008, and this year. The remaining 14 schools in 2010 are made up of 11 from Europe and three from Asia."
- "The average salary of the class of 2006 is more or less in line with that earned by the class of 1999, a decrease in real terms."
SOURCE: Financial Times, http://www.ft.com/businesseducation/mba2010