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University of Florida Full-Time MBA graduates set record salary highs

Students in the University of Florida’s Full-Time MBA Class of 2023 offer a distinctive value to today’s top employers, as demonstrated by their record-high program salaries, signing bonuses as well as excellent job placement.

In 2023, UF MBA Full-Time graduates earned a median base salary of $128,000, jumping $10,450 from last year’s median base. In addition, median signing bonuses rose by $5,000, up to $30,000.

U.S. News & World Report has consistently named the UF MBA Full-Time program among the best in the nation for return on investment. With a salary-to-debt ratio of 4.9-to-1, the University of Florida’s program is the fourth best in the nation for ROI. Financial Times has also noted UF MBA’s stellar career outcomes, naming it the No. 1 program for career services and No. 2 program for value for money.

Placement excellence is also among the outcomes for UF MBA Full-Time graduates. Among the Class of 2023, 97% of graduates accepted an offer within 90 days of graduation. Ninety-four percent of graduates had job offers by graduation and 100% had offers within 90 days of graduation.

In addition to record salaries and excellent placement rates, some of the world’s top companies returned to the University of Florida to hire leading talent. In 2023, the UF MBA Full-Time program’s top hiring employers included major consumer goods company Procter & Gamble, multinational, pharmaceutical and medical technologies firm Johnson & Johnson, and energy company NextEra Energy. 

UF MBA Full-Time graduates are entering a number of significant industries like consumer products (17%), consulting (13%) and tech (13%). The full breakdown of industries represented by the Class of 2023 includes:

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