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UF MBA ranks in Poets & Quants’ top 10 best online MBA programs

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida’s MBA program has been named among the top 10 online MBA programs in the nation by Poets & Quants, a publication focused on business education reporting and insights.

With a No. 10 ranking among the best online MBA programs in the nation on Poets & Quants’ 2023 list, UF MBA’s pioneering program has added another accolade to its reputation as one of the best options for an online graduate business degree. In addition to Poets & Quants, UF MBA’s online program is among U.S. News & World Report, Fortune and Financial Times’ top 5 best programs in the nation and world.

UF MBA rose to be among the best programs on Poets & Quants’ list primarily thanks to positive feedback from alumni related to their academic experience and career outcomes. Based on survey data collected by Poets & Quants, alumni of UF MBA rate their experience among the best in both areas. Specifically, the UF MBA Online program is the No. 6 program in career outcomes and the No. 12 program in academic experience.

Thanks to his experience in the UF MBA program, alumnus Joseph Arrunategui (MBA ’22) transitioned to a new role with Amazon as a Senior Product Manager. He credits his experience with helping him deliver on several functions within his role. 

“As a Senior Product Manager, my goal is to deliver the best product keeping our customers in mind at all times,” he said. “My online MBA education has helped me consider all lines of businesses when working on a feature or workstream. I am able to significantly leverage knowledge in supply chain management, intellectual property rights, and corporate finance.

“I am also able to handle difficult conversations over Zoom and e-mail better than before. Lastly, a course known as ‘Professional Communication’, has allowed me effectively communicate in the workplace across all channels, including emails, virtual meetings, and instant messages.”

Many UF MBA alumni also indicated that they either received a salary increase or a promotion thanks to their experience in the program. Sixty-four percent of UF alumni reported a promotion, with the average among all ranked programs being 41%, and 76% of UF alumni reported a salary increase, with the average among ranked programs being 59%.

Overall, UF MBA alumni overwhelming indicated that they would recommend the program to a colleague, friend or family member based on their academic experience. On a 10-point scale, the UF MBA Online program received 9.59 points.

“Your MBA will pay it dividends for years to come,” Arrunategui said. “You will experience an immediate impact from a professional level, but you will also experience a lasting gift, which includes friends, memories, and opportunities.”

To earn your MBA online from one of the nation’s best programs, request information about the UF MBA Online program today.