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UF MBA ranked among the top 10 US public programs

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The UF MBA Full-Time program at the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business was ranked among the top 10 public universities in the United States on the 2020 QS Global MBA Rankings.

Among public programs in the U.S., UF MBA was named the No. 9 program. Out of 105 ranked MBA programs in the United States, the UF MBA Full-Time format jumped up seven places to the No. 26 program, just following universities like the University of Virginia, University of Texas and University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.

The UF MBA Full-Time program was also ranked among the top full-time MBA public programs worldwide. Out of 240 programs on QS’ list, UF MBA was ranked No. 58 overall, a significant jump up nine places from the 2019 rankings.

QS determines its Global MBA Rankings from five key data points: employability (40 percent), return on investment (20 percent), entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes (15 percent), thought leadership (15 percent) and diversity (10 percent). UF MBA ranked in the top 15 in the following categories among U.S. programs:

  • Return on Investment – No. 3 among publics with 86.5 points
  • Thought Leadership – No. 7 among publics with 52.7 points
  • Employability – No. 14 among publics with 53.9 points

The ranking from QS is the latest in a series of top rankings for the UF MBA Full Time program. U.S. News & World Report ranked UF MBA the No. 9 program among publics and No. 25 program overall in the nation, its highest ranking ever from U.S. News & World Report. The Economist named UF MBA the No. 5 program among publics, No. 21 program in the world, and UF MBA ascended 19 spots on Financial Times’ Global MBA rankings to the No. 6 spot among publics.  

In addition to its strong rankings, the UF MBA program is also offering 100% tuition scholarships to enable its Full-Time students to pursue an MBA without breaking the bank. Scholarships are awarded to cover tuition and fees for in-state and out-of-state qualified students admitted to the full-time program.