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Warrington among top 15 undergraduate programs

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –The undergraduate programs in the Warrington College of Business Administration ranked 15th among U.S. public universities in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2013 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” edition. The Warrington College’s place at No. 15 among publics and 37th overall marks its highest finish since this publication began ranking undergraduate programs in 2006. The Warrington College is the only institution in the state of Florida ranked in the top 40. “Being ranked among the top 15 public undergraduate programs in the

UF MBA, Hough Graduate School of Business ranks in top 20

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Hough Graduate School of Business ranked 20th among U.S. public business schools in Bloomberg Businessweek’s “2012 Best U.S. Business Schools” rankings. “The rankings clearly reflect the high quality of our students and significant intellectual contributions of our faculty in their respective fields,” said Dr. S. Selcuk Erenguc, Susan Ivey Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Programs. Bloomberg Businessweek’s rankings are based on surveys of full-time MBA graduates from 2008, 2010 and 2012 (45 percent), surveys

Warrington’s undergraduate programs rank in top 20 in leading magazine

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The undergraduate programs at the Warrington College of Business Administration was ranked in the top 20 among U.S. public universities in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2012 edition. Warrington’s undergraduate programs ranked 19th among U.S. publics and 46th overall. Warrington’s undergraduate programs ranked the highest among all undergraduate business programs in the state of Florida. “The solid rankings of Warrington’s undergraduate programs are a testament to the outstanding quality of our faculty and students,” said Dr.

Warrington undergraduate programs ranked 16th in premier magazine

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Warrington College of Business Administration’s undergraduate programs 16th among U.S. public business schools in its Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2011 rankings. Warrington’s undergraduate programs ranked 42nd overall— its highest rating in the six-year history of Bloomberg Businessweek’s undergraduate ranking— improving 13 places from 2010. The high ranking is even more impressive considering the total number of schools ranked has grown significantly placing Warrington’s undergraduate programs among the top one-third of all universities both

BusinessWeek names Florida among top 20 public programs in U.S.

Gainesville, Fla. – Graduates of the Warrington College earned the #16 spot overall from recruiters surveyed for the 2009 BusinessWeek Top Undergraduate Programs rankings. Released March 1, 2009 the rankings placed Florida at #20 overall among the country’s public programs. UF also scored well for value, as #2 among all undergraduate programs in the nation. Warrington continues to improve in many areas, including Median Starting Salary (an upward trend over the last four years), MBA Feeder Rank, Recruiter Survey Rank,

Warrington No. 1 in undergraduate value in Businessweek rankings

Gainesville, Fla. – The Warrington College of Business Administration earned a Top 50 spot in the Businessweek Top Undergraduate Programs rankings released March 9, 2007, including a #1 ranking for Return on Investment (ROI), based on starting salaries versus tuition cost. Florida’s overall ranking was #43 in the U.S., up four spots from last year, and #17 among public programs. UF also scored well with recruiters and for high SAT scores (1300 avg.) Here are some additional highlights: UF’s rankings:

Warrington on Businessweek top 50 undergraduate program list

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Warrington College of Business earned a Top 50 spot in the inaugural Businessweek Top Undergraduate Programs rankings, released April 27, 2006. Here are some of the highlights: UF’s rankings: Overall among all schools: #47 Overall among publics: #20 Recruiter ranking: #18 SAT score ranking: #20 Student satisfaction ranking: #38 The rankings were based on five factors: student surveys (30%); recruiter surveys (20%); graduates’ median starting salaries (10%); number of graduates admitted to 35 top MBA programs