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UF MBA Full-Time rises to No. 25 in the nation, according to Poets & Quants

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – With a momentous 17-place rise, the University of Florida’s Full-Time MBA program earned its highest ranking on Poets & Quants’ list of the Top 100 U.S. MBA programs of 2023-2024, coming in at No. 25 nationally (No. 8 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, Financial Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, LinkedIn and Princeton Review. (The aggregate list was updated by Poets & Quants in 2023 to include LinkedIn and Princeton Review rankings after Forbes and The Economist ended their rankings.)

Each publication is weighted separately based on Poets & Quants’ view of the credibility of each. U.S. News & World Report is at 35%, Financial Times at 30%, Bloomberg Businessweek at 15%, and LinkedIn and Princeton Review at 10%.

Overall, the UF MBA Full-Time program’s index came to 69.5 based on the following rankings:

  • Princeton Review – No. 20 overall
  • Financial Times – No. 23 overall
  • Bloomberg Businessweek – No. 38 overall
  • U.S. News & World Report – No. 40 overall
  • LinkedInNo. 49 overall

Full-Time MBA alumna and Poets & Quants 2023 MBA to Watch Alexandrea Perkins (MBA ’23) found her place at the University of Florida thanks to the program’s small class sizes and personalized involvement opportunities and career services.

“When researching UF’s MBA program, as a prospective student and even as an attending student, I was impressed with the small cohort sizes that enables a personalized experience with professors and career services,” she said. “It also enabled me to build a strong, meaningful relationships with my peers and staff. The strong sense of community led to a strong sense of belonging.”

For Full-Time MBA alumna and Poets & Quants 2023 Best & Brightest MBA Charline Pommeret (MBA ’23), the University of Florida MBA program helped her reach the goals she initially set for herself when she started the program.

“When I received my acceptance letter from the UF MBA program, I immediately noted down some goals I wanted to achieve: academic-wise, extracurricular-wise, and professional-wise,” she recalled. “I have been able to achieve almost everything I wanted to achieve, and I have no regrets. I am extremely happy about my MBA experience and would not trade it for the world!”

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