Education, Skills and Learning

These are the world’s best MBAs programmes in 2019

Graduates celebrate receiving a Masters in Business Administration from Columbia University during the year's commencement ceremony in New York in this May 18, 2005 file photo. For some academics, the financial crisis is the ultimate "teachable moment" for anyone destined to work in financial markets, big business and start-ups, and is forcing the schools to rethink the way they teach the art of making money. To match feature EDUCATION-MBA/    REUTERS/Chip East/Files - GM1E52G1U9901

Five of the top 10 top business schools are American. Image: REUTERS/Chip East

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