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Five reasons to attend the 2020 UF MBA Fall Virtual Open House

If you’ve been thinking about pursuing an MBA, you know there’s a lot for you to consider and even more questions you want answered before you decide which program is right for you. UF MBA’s Fall Virtual Open House on Saturday, October 24 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. is the perfect event for you to get your questions answered, learn about UF MBA’s resources and how pursuing an MBA at the University of Florida can transform your career. Check

MBAs share their missed opportunities and what you should be sure to take advantage of as a student

Many doors of opportunity open up when you make the decision to pursue an MBA. With so many opportunities available, like classes, professional development programs, and recruiting and networking events, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the choices. To streamline the opportunities available to you at UF MBA, we asked four alumni to share what they wish they would have taken advantage of during their time in the program as well as their recommendations for what you should be sure

2019-2020 UF MBA Rankings Roundup

Over the 2019-2020 academic year, the UF MBA program received a number of top rankings from leading publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times and The Economist. The exceptional rankings affirm UF MBA’s quality students, alumni success, strong return on investment, faculty excellence, and first-class student and career services. UF MBA is a top-tier program, and these rankings prove it. Check out our most recent rankings below. U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools Full-Time MBA

Your 2020 guide to understanding and comparing MBA rankings

If you’re currently slogging through the maze of comparing different MBA programs, you’ve likely seen information from each of your prospective schools about how they rank from some of the top publications like U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times and The Economist. But with so many rankings out there, it can be difficult to determine how programs stack up against one another. To help make your decision a little easier, we’ve broken down the methodologies for some of the

Member of first Online MIB class shares her insights and experiences in the program

Last fall, the Master of International Business (MIB) program launched its online degree option. The first group of students from the Online MIB program graduated this summer. Leia Wojciechowski is one such student. Wojciechowski now works at EY in Assurance. She shared her online experiences with us in this story. Q: Please tell is about your background and what led you to do the Online MIB program. Wojciechowski: “I completed my undergrad in accounting at the Fisher School of Accounting

Student Spotlight: Emily Bombardi

Last fall, the Master of International Business (MIB) program launched its online program. The first group of students from the Online MIB program are graduating this summer. Emily Bombardi is one such student. Read on as she shares about her experience in the Online MIB program. Q: Please tell is about your background and what led you to do the Online MIB program. Bombardi: “I help international companies expand into international markets. Being fluently trilingual (English, Portuguese and Spanish), and

UF MBA students develop plan for South Florida healthcare district to better support employees and patients during COVID-19

The ongoing complexities that COVID-19 has brought to firms across all industries has been even more noticeably pervasive amongst healthcare organizations. The Healthcare District of Palm Beach County, which provides extensive healthcare services spanning across 12 locations in South Florida, became a pioneer for leading testing sites and drastically adapting to a spike in higher demand of services for its patients, as well as providing optimal support to its 1,300-person workforce. My fellow UF MBA students Adriana Diaz, Paras Malhotra,

Warrington Fall 2020 Plans

We appreciate the patience shown by our students, faculty and staff while we created our plan for the fall semester. Our decisions were made in collaboration with the university and UF Health, and they were made with the utmost priority of safety and continuing to deliver you with a world-class business education.    The Warrington College of Business will be open this fall. Class delivery will be as follows: Undergraduate classes will be online.* Specialized master’s classes will be online,

This is what a virtual internship is like, according to a real estate student who completed one

As I began the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) program this past fall as a combined degree student to begin advancing my education, background and network in the commercial real estate industry, I was excited about getting a hands-on learning experience at an internship this summer. I went through the internship recruiting process with several companies before accepting an offer with the Real Estate Advisory Group at Duff & Phelps in their Atlanta office. Shortly

UF MBA students get a ‘JumpStart’ on their career and internship search, overcoming COVID-19 obstacles

The undeniable impact of COVID-19 has forced many changes throughout the world. While these changes have required people to adapt to a new, virtual norm, it hasn’t dampened their drive to be successful as they take on new challenges.   Take UF MBA students Jazz Naglee and Eduard Tora Bueno, for example. Both are joining the UF MBA Full-Time Two-Year program this August, and even though they haven’t yet started their classes, they are already well on their way to