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By Francesca Di Meglio
In an increasingly global market, business leaders must live, work, and think beyond their home country. That global mentality is becoming infused with the MBA culture from early on—and many applicants to business school are now considering programs all over the world. Here are the top non-U.S. full-time MBA programs in this year's BusinessWeek rankings:
Note: Tuition and fees reflect cost of total program, excluding living expenses. Program description based on graduate comments.
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