FT’s 2012 Specialization Rankings

The Financial Times’ recently published 2012 MBA ranking also included specific rankings of the different programs according to areas of specialty. Below are some of the more remarkable rankings:
-For entrepreneurship, the top program is Stanford, followed by Babson and Berkeley.
-For economics, the top program is Chicago, followed by MIT and Cranfield.
-For strategy, the top program is Harvard, followed by Cass and Michigan.
-For finance, the top program is Stern, followed by Columbia and Simon, while Wharton is only fourth.
-For general management, the top program is Harvard, followed by Tuck and Darden.
-For marketing, the top program is Kellogg, followed by Duke and Indiana.
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By Aringo WP User|February 13th, 2012|MBA Rankings, The FInancial Times|Comments Off on FT’s 2012 Specialization Rankings