UF MBA named “Best Administered Program” in the nation

GAINESVILLE, FLA. – UF MBA at the Hough Graduate School of Business at the Warrington College of Business Administration ranked No. 1 among “Best Administered Programs” in the country in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 296 Business Schools” issue.

The Princeton Review surveyed more than 19,000 MBA students at 296 business schools to produce one of the most comprehensive business school guides available.

“We are delighted to be recognized as The Princeton Review’s Best Administered MBA Program, particularly because this ranking is determined through student and alumni feedback,” said Alex Sevilla, Assistant Dean and Director of UF MBA Programs. “Our talented students, internationally-renowned faculty and passionate administrators are mission-critical ingredients of UF MBA’s and the Hough Graduate School’s successful formula. We are proud to manage these assets in a way that creates a best-in-class learning experience for our MBA students.”

The Princeton Review has recognized UF MBA in recent years ranking the program No. 3 in value among public universities and No. 2 in Best Overall Academic Experience among publics. UF MBA was No. 6 in “Best Administered Programs” last year.

UF MBA has been ranked in the top 25 among public business schools for eight consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report. Offering a progressive curriculum and delivering cutting-edge concepts in areas of greatest demand from employers, UF MBA provides an unmatched educational experience offering three full-time options—including a Two-Year Traditional program—and six part-time options within its Executive, Internet and Professional programs. U.S. News & World Report ranked UF MBA’s part-time program 20th among U.S. public business schools, and its Internet MBA was named one of the world’s two best by The Economist.

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