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All applicants must use the recommendation forms provided by UF MBA. Recommenders can provide additional information in a letter that is accompanied by the UF MBA Letter of Recommendation form. Current and former supervisors provide the best recommendations, and the admissions committees have a strong preference for at least one such recommendation.
Successful applicants demonstrate high performance in the following areas: Academic Ability. Applicants must possess a four-year bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. College or university, or its four-year international equivalent. In reviewing the academic record, the Admissions Committee considers the caliber of the institution attended, rigor of the curriculum, performance in quantitative courses and record of scholastic achievement. Size of undergraduate student body: 33,628, percent out-of-state: 3, percent international: 1.14, female to Male ratio: 55:45, academic Life, student to Professor ratio: 20:1, most popular majors: Business/Marketing, social Sciences, engineering. Admission is highly competitive and limited to the most qualified applicants. Prior to completing an application, all prospective candidates should make certain they meet the minimum academic requirements and have the necessary two years of professional work experience to be a competitive applicant. The UF MBA Program operates on a rolling admissions basis, and completed applications are considered as soon as they are received. Candidates are encouraged to apply online as early as possible. UF MBA only accepts a maximum of three recommendations for each applicant. Personal Character, the applicant's written essays and personal interview provide opportunities to convey ones unique background, personality, and ability to add to the diversity of the UF MBA community.