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UF MBA Online program earns another top recognition from Financial Times

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida’s MBA program was named among the best programs on the Financial Times’ most recent list of leading online MBA programs. On its 2023 Top Online MBA Programs list, Financial Times named the UF MBA Online program No. 7 among the list of international schools. 

Among United States-based programs, the UF MBA Online program is No. 4, and it earned top marks for career services, student goal achievement and overall student satisfaction.

The UF MBA Online program’s foundation of academic excellence extends into its career services. The UF MBA Online program’s No. 2 ranking for career services highlights its focus on assisting students in achieving their career goals. In fact, graduates of UF MBA’s Professional formats, which includes the Online MBA, increase their salaries by an average of 39% within 3 months of graduation.

Overall, graduates of the online program at the University of Florida indicated that the program helped them fulfill their goals for doing an online MBA. Of alumni surveyed, 80% reported their aims were achieved, the second highest level of achievement satisfaction among all ranked international programs on Financial Times’ list. In addition, based on feedback from alumni, the UF MBA Online program earned an overall satisfaction rating of 9.13 out of a possible 10.

For alumna Lynn Isaak (MBA ’22), the UF MBA Online program’s flexibility, reputation and affordability made it an excellent choice as she looked to expand her business and managerial education after three decades of working in various civil engineering roles.

“The two-year online program allowed me to fulfill my dreams of being a Gator while living in Texas,” she said. “It was the perfect mix of being flexible to meet my full-time work schedule and being a highly respected, accredited business school, coupled with being affordable even for an out-of-state student.”

Financial Times has consistently ranked the UF MBA Online program as one of the best on its annual list. Publications like U.S. News & World Report, QS, and Fortune have also given similar high marks to the program, with UF MBA being named the No. 4, No. 8 and No. 3, respectively. In addition, for the eleventh consecutive year, UF MBA Online was among U.S. News’ top 5 programs in the nation.

The UF MBA Online program offers one year and two-year formats where all the coursework is delivered online without required campus visits. Students will still have the chance to experience all the University of Florida has to offer during one required campus visit for orientation and a variety of optional campus based experiential learning opportunities and co-curricular residencies.

To learn more about earning your MBA online, request information about UF MBA Online today