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UF ranks in top 10 in The Wall Street Journal recruiter rankings

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida was ranked in the top 10 among all national universities in a survey of national recruiters compiled by The Wall Street Journal. Thanks in large part to the impact of the Warrington College of Business Administration’s graduates and programs, UF placed ninth overall and was the only school from Florida to appear in the rankings. The Wall Street Journal also ranked the schools’ performance by individual majors. UF ranked 12th in Finance and

UF Executive MBA No. 2 on The Wall Street Journal top returns list

Gainesville, Fla. – The Wall Street Journal ranked UF’s EMBA Program second in the nation in its survey Ranking the Returns On Executive M.B.A.s, released December 10, 2008. This ranking focuses specifically on Return on Investment, and UF fared exceptionally well, as a result of low tuition cost and strong five-year salary projection for program graduates. Based on calculations from salary data supplied by UF graduates, the UF EMBA Program posted a whopping 212% ROI for its graduates. Alex Sevilla,

UF MBA ranked in The Wall Street Journal top 10 for 2007

Gainesville, Fla. – The UF MBA Program broke into the Top 10 (among Regional schools) for the first time in the 2007 The Wall Street Journal survey of corporate recruiters’ picks for Top Business Schools. Among Regional schools, the University of Florida rose from #13 to #6—a move of 7 spots—continuing the momentum for a second year of phenomenal gains. Last year, UF vaulted from #27 to #13 on the list. UF also received high marks for the education given

UF MBA makes big jump in The Wall Street Journal 2006 MBA rankings

Gainesville, Fla. – The Florida MBA Program made a huge leap in this year’s survey of corporate recruiters’ picks for Top Business Schools conducted by The Wall Street Journal. The University of Florida’s MBA Program rose from #27 to #13, a move of 14 spots, for the third biggest gain by any Regional program. Recruiters were especially impressed by UF’s willingness to go the extra mile in making their jobs easier. The Florida MBA Program received particularly positive reviews for

UF MBA makes The Wall Street Journal 2005 MBA Recruiters’ Top MBA Picks List

The Florida MBA was named in 2005 The Wall Street Journal Recruiters’ Top Business Schools survey. The rankings, which grouped schools into three categories (National, Regional and International) according to the recruiters they share, placed UF at #27 among Regional schools, a mix of private and public universities from across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The ranking is based on recruiters’ rating of each school on 20 different attributes, such as the recruiter’s perception of student leadership skills, interpersonal and