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Networking and learning top aspects of UF MBA’s top 10 ranking from Bloomberg Businessweek

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – While the popular adage, “it’s who you know, not what you know,” might be true of success at other institutions, at UF MBA, who you know and what you know make for a top-tier, full-time MBA experience with proven outcomes in networking, learning, compensation and beyond.

In the latest ranking of MBA programs across the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek, UF MBA at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business was named the No. 3 program in the nation for networking as well as among the top 15 public institutions for learning, compensation and Bloomberg’s newest ranking index, diversity.

UF MBA’s index scores from Bloomberg Businessweek include:

  • Networking – No. 1 among U.S. publics; No. 3 nationally
  • Diversity – No. 9 among U.S. publics; No. 26 nationally
  • Learning – No. 11 among U.S. publics; No. 27 nationally
  • Compensation – No. 12 among U.S. publics; No. 32 nationally

“In the midst of changes in program modality and adjustments to learning, this ranking from Bloomberg highlights just how phenomenal UF MBA students and alumni are,” said John Gresley, Assistant Dean and Director of UF MBA. “At the end of the day, they, along with our premier faculty and staff, are what make UF MBA a world-class program.”

Overall, UF MBA earned the No. 7 spot among U.S. public full-time MBA programs and the No. 27 spot among full-time MBA programs across the nation on Bloomberg Businessweek’s “2021-22 Best Business Schools and MBA Programs” list.

The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking is based on data compiled from almost 20,000 student, alumni and employer responses, plus employment data provided by each institution. Survey results from UF MBA students and alumni highlight the strong preparation they received, both academically and professionally.

One UF MBA participant said the best thing about the program was the, “opportunity to meet and learn from experienced professionals and professors from a wide spectrum of backgrounds.”

Another participant noted their ability to advance thanks to UF MBA, saying the best thing about the program was, “the door it opened to career opportunities and the ability to advance exponentially. The one-year program ensured I went back to being employed comparatively quickly.”

A different participant highlighted UF MBA’s exemplar career services as a top attribute saying, “Career Services is absolutely excellent and provides stellar training and support to students, enabling us to be competitive with Top 5 MBA programs in the country.”

The ranking from Bloomberg Businessweek gives UF MBA another top 10 U.S. publics ranking for its full-time program. U.S. News & World Report named UF MBA the No. 9 program among publics. UF MBA is the No. 6 and No. 4 public MBA program according to Financial Times and Eduniversal, respectively. On QS list, its No. 8 and the No. 5 program at The Economist.

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