Enhance your UF Experience
Let's face it. There are a lot of business majors out there. Have you thought about how you're going to set yourself apart from the crowd? To be competitive in today's job market, and to make the most of your educational experience, you need to concentrate on four key areas of development: Academics, Career Development, Involvement and Leadership, and International Studies.
Get out of the classroom and into the Real World! To be competitive in today's job market, you need real world experience to back up your degree. Developing marketable skills, a professional network, and a solid understanding of your career options will also serve you well.
Show your initiative! You can gain a competitive edge by taking part in extracurricular and leadership activities. Through on campus involvement, you can build your resume and demonstrate to prospective employers your ability to lead and to be a willing and effective team member.
Go global! Develop confidence and competence in the global marketplace by studying abroad; learning a foreign language; pursuing international-related degrees, minors, certificates, and courses; and participating in international student organizations.
Connecting Business Undergrads with Business Alumni
Please join us for Alumni Café—a casual lunch-and-learn speaker series that connects undergraduate business students with a local Warrington alum. Lunches are limited to 10-12 students.
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- Speaking in Public Anxiety Program
- Math Confidence Group
- GRE Preparation
- SAT II Placement Testing
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Undergraduate Teaching / Advisor of the Year Nominations
The Warrington College of Business Administration solicits nominations for the College Teacher of the Year, Professional Advisor of the Year and Faculty Advisor/Mentor of the Year awards. The office of Senior Associate Dean Erenguc is collecting nominations by email (priscilla.kenney at warrington.ufl.edu) or campus mail, 101 Hough Hall, P.O. Box 117150 by Friday, November 14, 2014. Please help us acknowledge and honor our outstanding instructors and advisors.
Faculty and advisors who have received this award in the last two years are ineligible. These include: Robert Emerson (Management), Lesley Harris (Heavener School of Business), John Banko (Finance), Marcus Kirk (Fisher School), and Kent Malone (Finance and Real Estate).