Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business is ranked No. 1 globally in The Economist's 2011 ranking of full-time Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programs, followed by University of Chicago - Booth School of Business in 2nd place and IMD (International Institute for Management Development) in 3rd place.

Two Australian business schools are rated in the global top 50 for their MBA programs: Melbourne Business School is rated 32nd internationally and University of Queensland Business School in 46th internationally.

Nanyang Business School (Nanyang Technological University) is the top ranked MBA provider in Singapore, rated 69th internationaly and ahead of National University of Singapore Business School (86th). The Nanyang MBA programme is also ranked highly in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2011 (rated 33rd) and has been ranked in the FT's global top 100 every year since 2007.

The Top 10 MBA programs in the world for 2011 are:
1 Dartmouth College - Tuck School of Business
2 Chicago - Booth School of Business
4 Virginia - Darden Graduate School of Business Administration
5 Harvard Business School
6 University of California, Berkeley - Haas School of Business
7 Columbia Business School
8 Stanford Graduate School of Business
9 York University Schulich School of Business
10 IESE Business School - University of Navarra
Source:  The Economist

* Next: Financial Times MBA Ranking 2011

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