UF MBA receives highest increase in average pay

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –  The University of Florida MBA program has once again proven itself to be one of the top MBA programs for value and return on investment. According to the latest U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate Schools 2019” ranking, UF MBA has the highest increase in average pay for its graduates between 2013 and 2017 with 38 percent growth in average pay.

Poets & Quants reported that out of the 127 ranked schools, the UF MBA program was the No. 1 school for highest increase in average salary, averaging $116,281 in 2017.

UF MBA graduates’ starting salary and bonus has been steadily rising for the past eight years, resulting in a 72 percent increase from 2011 through the most recent 2019 U.S. News & World Report rankings. Among the public schools ranked, UF MBA placed in the No. 14 position for starting salary and bonus. UF MBA also placed in the No. 11 position among publics in the percentage of graduates employed at graduation category, with about 80 percent of graduates having received a job offer at the time of graduation.

UF MBA has been prominently ranked as a top program for return on investment across a number of publications, including the No. 1 school in Value for Money and having the highest salary percentage increase among U.S. schools on the Financial Times’ “Global MBA Ranking 2018” in addition to the No. 2 ranked program for ROI among graduates earning $100,000+ by U.S. News & World Report in 2017.

Read the full Poets & Quants article, titled “MBAs Who Get the Highest Pay”.

About UF MBA

Offering a progressive curriculum and delivering cutting-edge concepts in areas of greatest demand from employers, UF MBA provides an unmatched educational experience. UF MBA offers three Full-Time options, and six part-time options within its ExecutiveOnline and Professional programs.

UF MBA also offers 100% tuition scholarships for qualified applicants starting in the 2018 application cycle. Scholarships will be awarded to cover tuition and fees for in-state and out-of-state qualified students admitted to the full-time program. Learn more about the 100% tuition scholarship.