UF MBA fares well in Financial Times Executive MBA rankings

The Florida MBA Program placed very well in the prestigious Financial Times Executive MBA Program rankings that were released on October 24, including garnering a Top Ten position in the “Salary Increase” category.

In this, just the second year our program has appeared in the FT survey, UF made a strong move up in significant categories, such as faculty research. And, as in 2004, the University of Florida MBA is the only program in the state to appear in the Financial Times EMBA Rankings.

The rank of a school is based on its performance in three areas: 1) Career progress of the alumni (both in terms of salary and rank); 2) School’s diversity and international experience it offers; 3) School’s intellectual output and research. Here are some of the highlights:

• UF’s overall ranking
o Worldwide: #50 (#69 in 2004)
o In the U.S.
• Overall: #29
• Among Publics: #9

• Research ranking:
o Worldwide: #21
o In the U.S.
• Overall: #16
• Among Publics: #6

• PHD ranking:
o Worldwide: #21
o In the U.S.
• Overall: #10
• Among Publics: #4

• Salary Increase ranking:
o Worldwide: #29
o In the U.S.
• Overall: #10
• Among Publics: #2