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UF MBA offers full-tuition scholarships and merit awards

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Full-Time MBA program at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business is proud to offer 100% tuition scholarships and merit awards to competitive students.

“The full-tuition scholarships and merit awards are integral to making an MBA more accessible,” said John Gresley, Assistant Dean and Director at UF MBA. “There are significant costs to receiving your MBA, from quitting your job, forgoing your income and taking the time to complete your degree, and our goal is to relieve that stress as much as possible. Understanding the benefits and transformational power of a UF MBA, we are excited these scholarships and awards make it easier for students to make the choice to pursue their MBA.”

Scholarships will be awarded to select competitive in-state or out-of-state students who are admitted to the full-time program to cover tuition and fees. The full-tuition scholarship will cover only the number of Warrington credits required to complete the degree. Partial tuition scholarships are also available, and our most competitive candidates will be considered for additional merit-based awards.

For current Full-Time student Ryan Gilbert, the full-tuition scholarship is what made his MBA experience possible.

“Before pursuing my MBA, my wife just completed her doctorate in nursing. Not having to pay for my program’s tuition gave us the flexibility to pay back her tuition and relieve any additional financial burdens that many of my peers in other programs are experiencing,” said Gilbert (MBA ’22). “Receiving this scholarship instills confidence in myself. A full investment from the MBA office solidifies their confidence in not only me, but that their program will prepare me for a very successful career.”

At this time, sponsored students and combination and concurrent degree students are not eligible for the full-tuition scholarship. However, competitive candidates with these statuses will be considered for merit-based awards.

The UF MBA Full-Time program is ranked among the top 10 U.S. publics by a number of publications including U.S. News & World Report,Financial Times, EduniversalQS and The Economist.

To learn more about available scholarship opportunities, request information about UF MBA today.