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If you’re on the hunt for an MBA program with both great value and a great reputation, you might want to consider University of Central Florida. To begin with, the curriculum offered is geared to ensure that UCF MBAs are “competitive in today’s work environment.” UCF MBAs also have access to some “tremendous” professors. Indeed, instructors here frequently prove themselves to be “both informative and engaging.” And though their “lectures are based on textbook topics” they typically “reach much further than a textbook could go.”

Perhaps the greatest praise is reserved for the “outstanding” administration for the PMBA and EMBA. An appreciative and astonished first-year shares, “They send email[s] on a regular basis making us aware of events near business school that might affect parking. They provide snacks and drinks during breaks outside the classroom. They order in lunch when we have meetings during lunch. . . . They really make an effort to relieve as much of the stress as possible.”

Students here are also quick to note that the EMBA really “cater[s] to working adults with a schedule of [three] Saturdays per month and one Friday.” As a grateful second-year student explains, “This [makes] the program manageable [to] attend without [worrying about] having to miss an excessive amount of work.” In addition, the “concierge service for registration and materials . . . [allows] working professional[s] to concentrate on the course work and . . . [avoid the headache of administrative tasks].” More importantly, since “the program is cohort based,” students are really able to interact with their peers and hear “perspectives from other executives in various industries and fields.”

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Kelley Dietrich
Director Admissions

College of Business Administration 1
12744 Pegasus Dr.
Orlando, FL 32816
United States





Applicants: 107
Acceptance Rate: 41%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.50
Years Work Experience: 3
Average Age: 25



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