Northeast corner of Hough Hall, home of the UF MBA program

The 15 Best Value MBA Programs | Financial Times

“Whether a prospective MBA student can secure a scholarship, land a job with a good wage, and pay off their student debt quickly, are now essential to their decision to apply for business school,” writes Seb Murray of Business Because. “High tuition fees, and pressure to stay in work, mean MBA candidates are more discerning about the flagship management qualification. Calculating return on investment is vital. Each year, the Financial Times releases an MBA ranking of the world’s 100 best business schools. The FT also tots up schools’ ‘value for money’ rank. That is compiled by using the salary of alumni today, course length, fees and other costs, including the opportunity cost of not working for the duration of the MBA.”

This year, UF MBA topped the Financial Times’ list for value for money. Read more about why UF MBA is No. 1 among the 15 best value MBA programs from Business Because