Financial Times released its 2009 MBA global rankings with six US, four Euro and one China b-schools in top 10. 2009 rankings showed a trend shift with more and more non-US schools getting into top ten lists.
Notable changes are London Business School ranking #1 spot sharing with Wharton – Pennsylvania. For the first time ever “China European International Business School (Ceibs)” was ranked number eight, becoming the first Chinese business school to make the top 10.
Asian MBA schools fared very good in 2009 rankings – Three Asian schools, two in China (Ceibs & Hong Kong UST Business School) and one in India (Indian School of Business), feature in the top 20. No wonder the news that more and more Indian US techies are resigning jobs in US and joining ISB in India to advance their careers.
Here is the 2009 FT MBA Rankings list.