UF MBA Full-Time remains among top 10 publicsReading Time: 2 minutes
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – UF MBA at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business held its strong position among the top programs in The Economist’s 2019 Which MBA Full-Time Rankings, coming in at No. 8 among U.S. public universities.
The UF MBA Full-Time program was ranked the No. 30 program in the world and No. 23 program in the nation.
In addition to being ranked among the nation’s top 10 publics, the UF MBA Full-Time program remained in the No. 1 position for the third year in a row in the “Alumnus Rating of Career Service” category. It was also ranked No. 3 in the “Open New Career Opportunities” category for the second year in a row, which evaluates career services, job placement success and student assessment of career services.
“We know how important it is for our students to achieve the goals they set for themselves when they come to UF MBA, with placement in a fulfilling career being one of the most notable,” said John Gresley, Assistant Dean and Director of UF MBA. “We’re proud they chose this program, and we’re pleased that we continue to deliver a winning combination of personalized career coaching, world-class academics and professional development, as evidenced by the high marks from alumni that participated in this ranking. That we’re able to hold our own on the global stage among so many great programs is especially rewarding and indication of what we already know – it’s great to be a Business Gator.”
With this ranking from The Economist, UF MBA continues its top ten streak, having also been ranked the No. 9 program along publics by U.S. News & World Report and TFE Times, as well as the No. 6 program among publics on the Financial Times’ Global MBA Ranking. UF MBA also shares the top 10 ranking with the University of Florida as a whole, which was ranked the No. 7 public university in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
In addition to its strong rankings, the UF MBA Full-Time program is also proud to offer 100 percent tuition scholarships. Scholarships will be awarded to cover tuition and fees for qualified in-state and out-of-state students admitted to the full-time program.
The Economist’s full-time rankings are based on surveys sent to eligible programs and thousands of MBA students and graduates around the world. The programs are judged on four major categories: Open New Career Opportunities (35 percent), Personal Development/Education Experience (35 percent), Increase in Salary (20 percent), and Potential to Network (10 percent).