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UF MBA Full-Time program among Poets & Quants’ top 100

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The UF MBA Full-Time program has added another top ranking to its achievements, this time from business education publication, Poets & Quants. Out of the 100 schools Poets & Quants ranked on its 2022-2023 ranking of the best MBAs, UF MBA is the No. 42 program overall (No. 19 among publics). 

To build its list of the best 100 MBA programs in the U.S., Poets & Quants combines the latest five most influential business school rankings in the world, which includes U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, Bloomberg Businessweek, Financial Times, and The Economist.

Each publication is weighted separately based on Poets & Quants’ view of the credibility of each. U.S. News & World Report is at 35%, Forbes at 25%, Financial Times at 20%, and Bloomberg Businessweek and The Economist at 10%.

Overall, the UF MBA Full-Time program’s index came to 56.1 based on the following UF MBA rankings:

  • The Economist – No. 17 overall
  • Financial Times – No. 25 overall
  • U.S. News & World Report – No. 29 overall
  • Bloomberg Businessweek – No. 38 overall

For alumna and member of Poets & Quants’ MBAs to Watch Class of 2022 Jazz Naglee (MBA ’22), the UF MBA Full-Time program’s small class sizes drew her to the program, which also helped as she worked with the career services team to find the right job opportunity for her interests and expertise.

“The full-time program is filled with so many bright individuals with interesting backgrounds, and the small size enabled me to build meaningful relationships with almost everyone,” she said. “Additionally, it allowed for more individualized attention and support from Business Career Services during the post-MBA job search process, which I found to be a unique benefit compared to other MBA programs I considered.”

Naglee’s individualized experience enabled her to achieve personal growth she can take into her career at Cigna.

“I expected to grow professionally and build business acumen, but I didn’t expect such a transformation in personal growth,” she said. “For example, I have improved the way I articulate my thoughts, approach problems, and balance my time. The personal growth was of the many great, unexpected surprises I’ve enjoyed in pursuit of my MBA.”

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