With more than 2,000 undergraduate students and more than 700 graduate students from across the globe, the University of Miami School of Business brings together the best and brightest from richly diverse cultural and academic backgrounds. From Ankara to Atlanta, we have earned a reputation for offering a dynamic business management education that prepares managers to succeed in the global economy. Are you ready to join our family?
The School’s Full-Time MBA program is ranked No. 57 in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools” rankings released March 14.
The School’s first “Showcasing Women in Finance” conference held March 4 explored ways to boost female presence in the field, including greater consideration for maternity leave. More than 40 women and men attended, and six women academics presented research papers on varied topics.
Whether you’re negotiating in the boardroom with a fellow business leader or on the other side of a barricade from a terrorist, there are certain strategies you can employ to steer the outcome.
Major changes to U.S. health care policies will have a profound impact on patients, providers, investors and businesses in South Florida, the nation and around the world, according to experts at the School of Business’ conference, “The Business of Health Care Post-Election."
Security, safety and efficient seaport operations are complementary goals, according to leading maritime government and business professionals at the “Hemispheric Conference on Port Competitiveness and Security: Finding the Right Balance,” a workshop hosted by the School of Business’ Center for International Business Education and Research.
This is The Johnson A. Edosomwan Leadership Institute's fourth leadership lecture series.
Mar 29 - Mar 30
If you have questions email UMBIZPLAN@miami.edu or call 305-284-2510.
Join us for our first Entrepreneurship Symposium, and stay to see live pitches from the 15th annual Business Plan Competition!
The event will feature an insightful panel discussion in which accomplished women will come together to share their stories on driving change in life, business and community.
The University of Miami School of Business Administration will be hosting an on-campus information session.
Facts and Stats
Admitted student mid-range SAT scores:
- 25th percentile: 1240
- 75th percentile: 1380