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Meet our MBA Director of Admissions: Naz Erenguc

Reading Time: 3 minutes Considering an MBA from the University of Florida? Meet the fearless leader who will guide you along your journey, from choosing which program is right for you to the application process and beyond, UF MBA Director of Admissions Naz Erenguc.   Naz has been with the University of Florida since 2007, most recently serving as Associate Director of Admissions at UF MBA for more than six years. She works to recruit and admit students to UF MBA, including the Full-Time,

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UF MBA Transformation Weekend shakes up professional development with interactive learning experiences

Reading Time: 3 minutes At UF MBA, we focus on transforming you into your best professional and personal self. Aside from high academic settings and standards, UF MBA also provides professional development opportunities that teach you the communication, problem-solving, teamwork and other soft skills that employers are looking for in new hires.    This year, UF MBA debuted a new, exciting avenue to build those skills – Transformation Weekend, an immersive experiential learning program for all UF MBA students. Transformation Weekend hosted a dynamic

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How UF MBA fit into my busy schedule

Reading Time: 4 minutes Enrolling in an MBA program can challenge your schedule. Whether you have a family, a job or other pressing commitments that have you nervous about enrolling in an MBA program, UF MBA offers a program format that will fit your busy schedule. Learn more about how these UF MBA students benefitted from the flexibility offered by our program formats. Saffiyah “Saffy” Johnson, LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) Clinical Network Manager, New Directions Behavioral Health  UF MBA’s Professional program allowed Saffy

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Giving online students a home

Reading Time: 2 minutes As Warrington offers more flexibility through the UF MBA program, the College wanted to help online students feel like members of The Gator Nation. UF MBA recently introduced an online program that requires zero campus visits, which created a challenge for Warrington’s Teaching and Learning Center – how do you make students feel at home in a location they’ve never visited? The answer came through a shift in orientation. Before the fully online program was introduced, all UF MBA students

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Rankings Roundup: How Warrington performed in 2018-2019

Reading Time: 3 minutes Over the 2018-2019 academic year, the Warrington College of Business received a number of top rankings from leading publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, The Economist, Eduniversal and Ivy Exec. The exceptional rankings we received from these publications affirm our strong student quality, alumni success, value of programs, faculty excellence, first-class student services, and global recognition and influence. The Warrington College of Business is a top-tier institution, and these rankings prove it. Check out our most recent

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UF MBA Online program ranked among top 5 US programs

Reading Time: 2 minutes GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The UF MBA Online program at the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business was ranked among the top five programs in the United States on the 2019 QS Online MBA Rankings. Out of 19 online MBA programs in the United States on the list, the UF MBA Online program was ranked No. 3, following the University of Southern California and Indiana University. Among public programs in the United States, UF MBA was the No. 2 program

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UF MBA students named among Poets & Quants’ Best & Brightest Online MBAs

Reading Time: 1 minute Two UF MBA students, Juan P. Lopez and Angeline Gross, were recognized by Poets & Quants on its Best & Brightest Online MBAs: Class of 2019. Check out what Juan and Angeline had to say about why they chose UF MBA Online, how they’ve grown throughout their time in the UF MBA Online program, the most surprising thing about the online learning environment and more.  

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Two Views, One Business School: UF’s Warrington College of Business

Reading Time: 1 minute “Making the decision to get an MBA is easy: graduates generally double their salary, a statistic that holds even in a severe economic recession,” writes Matt Zbrog for BSchools.org. “But where to get the MBA is a much more complicated decision. And, with the advent of better online MBA programs, the number of choices has effectively doubled. You not only have to decide where to get your MBA but also in which format.” Zbrog spoke with two UF MBA alumni,

UF MBA’s Online Flexibility Offers Big Campus Benefits

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Will Critz, Navy Lieutenant, Surface Warfare Officer So, you’ve decided to get your MBA online – after all, an MBA is the number one way to open career opportunities, enhance your skills at work, and increase earning potential. You’ve signed up for the GMAT/GRE, dusted off those math skills, and learned the word “quant.” You probably have a few hesitations though – will the workload lay flat on your existing career and personal life? Will the online format provide

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Student experience in UF MBA Online program among world’s best according to Financial Times

Reading Time: 2 minutes GAINESVILLE, Fla. –  UF MBA continues to be a top-ranked program in the world according to the Financial Times’ “Top Online MBA Programs” ranking released on Monday. “This ranking from the Financial Times sums the points of pride within our program,” said John Gresley, Assistant Dean and Director of UF MBA. “The UF MBA Online program is a rich educational experience offered at the students’ own convenience, where they can easily engage and connect with faculty and their peers, all