Following are some of the top business schools that are regularly placed among the world's top 100 by The Financial Times or Economist Intelligence Unit:

Carroll School of Management - The School is ranked 34th in US News and World Report's 2009 Graduate Business School Rankings. It offers a variety of MBA program formats.

Cornell University Johnson School - Ranked 17th among US business schools and 34th internationally in the Financial Times MBA Rankings 2009.

Eller College of Management - The MBA program has been ranked 33rd overall for having the best Return on Investment (ROI) by Forbes Magazine.

Kenan-Flagler Business School - It has been placed 8th in The Wall Street Journal ranking of MBA programs based on surveys of corporate recruiters.

Tepper School of Business - Rated 7th in economics and business by impact, according to The Times Higher Education in 2009.

Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business - Placed among the top 10 in greatest opportunity for women in the Princeton Review's guidebook, The Best 143 Business Schools.

Owen Graduate School of Management - Listed in The Princeton Review 2010 edition of its book "The Best 301 Business Schools".

Boston University School of Management - Placed among the top 50 MBA programs in the U.S., 2nd worldwide for Best in IT Programs and 8th for Best in e-Business Programs by the Financial Times.

Mays Business School - The supply chain program has been ranked 7th nationally for industry value, 4th for program scope and 9th for depth of programs offered (AMR Research).

Hult International Business School - 29th best business school in Europe, 55th best business school in the U.S. and rated 6th in international mobility in the Financial Times Ranking.

Tec de Monterrey Egade (Mexico) - Rated the No.1 business school in Latin America, and No.16 in the world, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Judge Business School (UK) - The Cambridge MBA offers a number of concentrations including the Arts & Cultural Management, Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, etc.

China Europe International Business School - It is the first Asia-based business school that has received top-tier global rankings for its MBA, EMBA and Executive Education programmes.

International University of Monaco (Monaco) - It has been awarded with 4 Palmes considering its international influence by Eduniversal.

Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School (Ireland) - It is the only Irish business school to gain a place in The Economist's Full Time MBA Ranking 2009, ranked in the top 40 globally.

Grenoble Graduate School of Business (France) - 81st in the world and 31st in Europe among the best MBA programmes according to The Economist.

* Suggested Reading: Best Full-Time MBA Programs
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World University Ranking Tables

America - US News & World Report, The Princeton Review, BusinessWeek
Canada - Maclean's, Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
UK - Sunday Times, Guardian, Times Good University Guide, Daily Telegraph
World - Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU Rankings, Webometrics, Newsweek