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UF MBA ranked among “Best Administered Programs” in the nation

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – UF MBA ranked No. 6 among “Best Administered Programs” in the country in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 294 Business Schools” issue.

The Princeton Review surveyed more than 19,000 students at 294 business schools to produce one of the most comprehensive business school guides available.

“We’re thrilled to be recognized by The Princeton Review,” said Alex Sevilla, Assistant Dean and Director of UF’s MBA Programs. “To be ranked in the Top 10 in the Best Administered Program category is especially gratifying. Our staff prides itself in providing the best possible experience for our MBA students throughout their time with us, and beyond. The Princeton Review survey shows our students recognize the positive impact these efforts have in helping meet their program goals.”

UF MBA has been by showcased by The Princeton Review on a number of occasions. In the past few years, UF MBA has been named the No. 3 value among public universities and No. 2 in Best Overall Academic Experience among publics.

UF MBA has been ranked in the top 25 among public business schools for seven 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. The part-time program placed 20th among U.S. public business schools and its Internet MBA was named one of the world’s two best by The Economist.

The Princeton Review has been a pioneer and leader in helping students achieve their higher education goals for more than 28 years through college and graduate school test preparation and private tutoring. With more than 165 print and digital publications and a free website, www.PrincetonReview.com, the company provides students and their parents with the resources to research, apply to, prepare for, and learn how to pay for higher education. The Princeton Review partners with schools and guidance counselors throughout the U.S. to assist in college readiness, test preparation and career planning services, helping more students pursue postsecondary education.