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Highlights of the “Which MBA?” (The Economist) 2005 MBA Rankings

The Economist (UK) is the premier source for the analysis of world business and current affairs, providing authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology, as well as overviews of cultural trends and industry, business and country surveys. The Economist Intelligence Unit provides continuously updated, comprehensive analysis for senior global executives, including ʺWhich MBA?ʺ, an extensive directory of the best MBA courses worldwide. The University of Florida MBA program was named #80 in the world

Highlights of Forbes 2005 Best Business Schools Rankings

The University of Florida was named among the Top 50 in the Forbes 2005 Best Business Schools rankings. Rankings are based on the return on investment received by graduates of the Class of 2000. Surveys were sent to 25,000 alumni of 111 MBA programs worldwide and results are based on comparisons of post‐MBA (three of the first five years) compensation with opportunity cost salaries in previous jobs for the 24% who responded. Salary figures were adjusted to account for cost‐of‐living

UF MBA ranked in top 25 of business schools by Business 2.0

The University of Florida was named in the top 25 of the best graduate programs in business in the September 2005 issue of Business 2.0 magazine. The Florida MBA was ranked among the Top 25 based on schools whose students scored highest on the GMAT. Florida is one of only 10 public universities recognized by Business 2.0. Programs showcased by Business 2.0 proved they offer a substantial return on investment and the ability to attract recruiters and help graduates find

Highlights of 2005 Financial Times Executive MBA Program Rankings

In this, just the second year our program has appeared in the FT survey, UF made a strong move up in significant categories, such as faculty research. And, as in 2004, the University of Florida MBA is the only program in the state to appear in the Financial Times EMBA Rankings. The rank of a school is based on its performance in three areas: 1) Career progress of the alumni (both in terms of salary and rank); 2) Schoolʹs diversity

U.S. News & World Report: Best Business Schools 2006

The University of Florida was named #42 among the best graduate programs in business in the April 4 issue of U.S.News & World Report magazine. The Florida MBA appears in the top tier of the list – the Top 50 – of recognized MBA programs around the world. Among public schools, Florida is ranked #22. The Florida MBA is also one of only a few select programs that were ranked among the Top 30 in four or more of the