On September 20, 2010 the Financial Times has published its Master in Management Ranking 2010. This time 65 programs were included in the ranking - fifteen more than last year.
Again the Financial Times has accepted many programs who are not directly called "Master in Management" but still fulfill the requirements of Master in Management programs. The Stockholm School of Economics, for instance, offers a Master in Business and Economics and the Mannheim Business School offers a Master of Science in Business Administration. All programs, however, have qualified as Masters in Management and are therefore included in the ranking.
Interestingly, the CEMS program has lost its pole position this year taking now position 2. The new number one is the ESCP Europe. Read the full Master in Management ranking 2010 of the Financial Times.