Begin the application process by filling out the pre-application form. Email MS-Marketing if you have any questions.
2. Graduate School Application
After you have completed the pre-application, you will submit the Graduate School Application and pay the application fee.
When selecting your program, please complete the information as follows:
- Program of Study: Warrington College of Business > Business Administration (Degree Name – Master of Science)
- Concentration: Marketing
- Term: Spring (January) or Fall (August) only
3. Upload supporting documents
Statement of Purpose Essay
Ideal length one page (400-600 words). Explain your motivations for applying to the program, why you believe you are good candidate, and how the program will help you achieve your career goals. If there is additional information you would like to share with the admissions committee, you may include it in the essay.
Résumé or Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)
Ideal length 1-2 pages. The résumé provides the admissions committee with a holistic view of each applicant. Use the résumé to highlight your experience, accomplishments and involvement. Elaborate on your duties and responsibilities, as well as leadership activities and time commitments outside of the classroom.
Two Letters of Recommendation
Enter recommenders’ contact information in the Graduate School Application. After you submit the application, the recommenders will receive an email with instructions.
Recommendations must be from someone who has supervised you in some capacity (e.g. professor, employer, adviser, volunteer coordinators, etc.). Letters from students, peer leaders, or relatives will not be accepted.
Upload a copy of transcripts (in English and native language) from all post-secondary institutions attended. Unofficial transcripts are accepted for admissions processing. If admitted, official transcripts must be submitted during first term of study.
UF students: Do not submit a copy of the UF transcript. If your UF transcript includes coursework from the other post-secondary institutions attended, do not re-submit those transcripts.
Diploma and Degree Certification (INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS ONLY)
Upload a copy of the diploma and degree certification in English and native language. Applicants who have not received their diploma must submit a letter from their institution stating the program of study and expected graduation date. If admitted, the official diploma and degree certification must be submitted during first term of study.
4. Submit Official Test Scores
As of June 2021 a GMAT/GRE test score is not required.
ENGLISH PROFICIENCY (TOEFL/IELTS/MELAB) SCORES (International Applicants Only)
Request for the testing agency to send official scores to the University of Florida (code 5812).
For exam minimum scores and exemptions, refer to the English Proficiency Requirements section of the Graduate Application Details. International applicants who take the GRE must score a minimum of 140 in the verbal section.
International applicants from non-U.S. institutions are interviewed as part of the admissions process.