Financial Times ranks UF MBA in America’s top 10 for career progress

Gainesville, Fla. – The UF MBA Program at the Hough Graduate School of Business placed well in the 2009 Financial Times Global MBA Program rankings, released January 26, including garnering the #6 spot in the US for “Career Progress” and #4 “Value.” UF’s first appearance in the FT rankings was in 2006, placing at #96 overall, for a jump of 33 spots in the last three years. UF’s overall ranking among the world’s Top 100 MBA programs is #63, and #15 among public schools. In addition, Florida made a strong showing in significant categories such as Research and Ph.D. rankings, which reflect faculty excellence.

UF’s overall ranking:
o Worldwide: #63
In the US: #34
Among Publics: #15
Career Progress ranking:
o Worldwide: #32
In the US: #6
Among Publics: #2
Research ranking:
o Worldwide: #20 (tie)
In the US: #19 (tie)
Among Publics: #7
Ph.D ranking:
o Worldwide: #46
In the US: #25
Among Publics: #16
Value ranking:
o Worldwide: #41
In the US: #4
Among Publics: #2