If you’re wondering how to start the application process with UF MBA, this video provides a step-by-step breakdown.
If you have any other questions, check the application page of our website: https://warrington.ufl.edu/mba/apply/.
If you're looking to apply, I first and foremost encourage you to just reach out to me, because either myself or a member of the team can walk you through that customized timeline for when you need to get us your materials.
The application process is really very easy. It starts online at our web page, floridamba.ufl.edu.
The first step in the application process is the University of Florida graduate school. Everyone who takes a masters or PhD is required to fill out that application, including an MBA. We then have what we call the UF MBA application, which is additional information specific to the MBA and talks about questions that we use for various assessment purposes, in addition to what everyone who comes into the University of Florida graduate school answers.
So if you're applying to our full-time MBA program, the GMAT is the preferred exam. Keep in mind that our class average is a 685, but anything above a 620 will get you into the competitive range. If, on the other hand, you're applying to one of our professional MBA programs, you have the option to also have taken the GMAT or the GRE. And if you have another graduate or advanced degree, you're likely eligible for a test waiver altogether.
Several times throughout the year, we do offer prospective students the opportunity to come in for a two-day workshop on taking the GMAT. We have a expert in the GMAT come in. He talks about how the test works.
Also, keep in mind that if English isn't your first language, you may very well have to take an English proficiency exam for admissions.
The full-time MBA program offers full tuition scholarships to all candidates that are admitted, regardless of program format.
Most of our professional and executive and online students-- they typically will seek out student loans through the federal aid process. And we do have our own financial aid advisors here on campus to assist you. If we have any veterans, or anybody using their veterans' benefits, we also have our own VA counselors here on campus to assist with that process.