Congratulations, Shanghai! CEIBS (the China-Europe International Business School), located in Pudong, just became the first MBA program in Asia ever to make the Financial Times’ Top 10 list of business schools. It climbed to 8th place, from 11th place last year, and beat out both MIT Sloan and NYU Stern. According to the FT’s statistics, 92% of CEIBS graduates get employed three months after graduation, and their salaries increased the fastest – by 179% three years after graduation. Topping the top ten was The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the London Business School.