Master of International Business Articles

Mageda Lechtner

Mageda Lechtner (BA ’14, BS ’14, MSM ’15, MIB ’16) | April 2019

Lechtner (BA 2014, BA 2014, MSM 2015, MIB 2016) is Operations Program Manager at e-commerce solutions company Jagged Peak. She offered this advice to Gator graduates: “In every graduation address, you will hear plenty of eloquent speakers share their philosophy on a fulfilled and successful life. I will leave the

Sandy Liu

Master of International Business student receives UF Graduate Student Mentoring Award

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Sandy Liu (BSBA Information Systems and Operations Management ’18, MIB ’19) was one of six recipients of the University of Florida Graduate Student Mentoring Award presented at UF’s Graduate Student Research Day this week. The Graduate Student Mentoring Award, given by the UF Graduate School, is intended

5 reasons to get a specialized master’s online

Specializing your business education can help you stand out. Through specialized master’s programs, you can strengthen your knowledge in a specific field, and they also serve as a necessary resume builder as you look to climb the corporate ladder. The Warrington College of Business has long offered these specialized master’s

Master of International Business set Castano’s sights on the world

Javier Castano (BSBC ’06, MIB ’07) didn’t want to pigeonhole himself into one industry. With familiarity in building construction and a passion for international travel, the Master of International Business program offered the perfect step to further his business knowledge and prepare him for the future. Today, Castano serves as

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Natalie Martinez (BSBA ’15, MIB ’16) | February 2019

Martinez (BSBA 2015, MIB 2016), a legislative assistant at the U.S. House of Representatives, was selected to travel to Cuba with the CubaOne Foundation for a week of exploring the growing entrepreneurial class of women on the island. The nonprofit is extremely selective of its participants for the all-expenses-paid trip.

Henry Ngo

Henry Ngo (BSBA ’05, MIB ’06) | December 2018

Ngo (BSBA 2005, MIB 2006)  was promoted to manager in CBIZ Tampa Bay’s audit department. Henry is a CPA and has been with CBIZ for over seven years. He is also a member of the AICPA and FICPA.

From left to right: Xinyi Pan (BSAc), nominated by Georganne Watson; Yue Li (BSBA), nominated by Jason Ward (not pictured); Hankun Jin (MIB, MS-ISOM), nominated by Ana Portocarrero (not pictured); Sang Kyu Park (Ph.D. -Marketing), nominated by Dr. Aner Sela; Bruno Pintchovski Rodriguez (MS-ISOM), nominated by Jessica Samsom; Joe Rojo, Director of International Programs Heavener School of Business.

Five Warrington students honored by UF International Center

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Five students from the Warrington College of Business received Outstanding International Student Awards from the University of Florida International Center on November 14. The Outstanding International Student Award recognizes international students who not only meet exemplary academic achievement, but also a wide range of accomplishments and contributions.

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UF Warrington announces three online specialized master’s degree programs

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida is expanding three of its specialized master’s degree programs to include fully online versions. Starting in the fall of 2019, students can pursue a Master of Science in Management, Master of International Business or Master of Science

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Practice makes perfect at Professional Development Day

By Haley Aouate As any young professional will tell you, the idea behind an elevator pitch is that if you’re ever caught in an elevator with the CEO of your dream company or a hiring manager, you have 30-60 seconds of their valuable time to sell yourself through this short,

Nicolette Duong

MIB student uses business knowledge to help build stronger communities in Peru

The summer before Nicolette Duong (BS ’17, MIB ’18) began her freshman year at the University of Florida, she took a trip to Peru that she thought would just be a visit to see family. Instead, it would inspire her passion for helping others in need. While shadowing her medical