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UF MBA’s ROI is second highest in the nation, according to US News

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – For the fourth year, UF MBA has been named among the top 5 MBA programs in the nation with the highest return for graduates earning $100,000-plus in a new ranking from U.S. News and World Report.

UF MBA’s salary-to-debt ratio is 5.7-to-1, making it the No. 2 MBA program in the nation for return on investment. In 2020, UF MBA reported graduates of the Full-Time MBA program earning an average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduation of $129,227, while their average debt was $22,705. With an overall ranking of No. 26 in the nation and No. 9 among public schools, UF MBA is among the highest rated full-time MBA programs by U.S. News & World Report among MBA programs with strong ROIs.

U.S. News & World Report isn’t the only publication to take note of UF MBA’s exceptional ROI. For the fourth consecutive year, UF MBA has been named the No. 1 program in the world for Value for Money, based on alumni salary, course length, tuition, other costs and lost income during the MBA, by Financial Times.

UF MBA students agree that the program offers a strong return. For Erin Brender (MBA ’22), it was an immediate return, as she was able to put the skills she learned in the UF MBA program into practice immediately in her job.

“When I started [the UF MBA program in] June [2020], I had no idea how helpful and relevant my classes would be to my career, and I did not expect to see a return on my investment so quickly,” Brender said. “The best part? I am only three months in. If I could apply my learnings so quickly just starting out, imagine what I will be able to do after completing the program.”

To learn more about how you can earn an MBA with one of the highest ROIs in the nation, request information about UF MBA today.