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By Francesca Di Meglio and Geoff Gloeckler
As we do every two years, BusinessWeek this year surveyed executive MBA graduates and program directors to uncover the best EMBA programs in the world. This year's ranking has a few surprises: IE Business School, which catapulted to No. 2 in BusinessWeek's 2008 ranking of top international full-time MBA programs, emerges as a Top 10 EMBA program as well. Wharton slips to No. 3, relinquishing the No. 2 spot to Chicago's Booth School of Business. And one new school entered the ranking at No. 22: the University of Texas at Dallas.
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