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Path2MBA Spotlight:
The Value of an MBA

Greetings From JumpStart!

Considering getting your MBA? The JumpStart Path2MBA prepares undergraduate students and working professionals to engage directly with admissions officers at our MBA program partners.

One of the most important things to consider is what pursuing an MBA means financially and the potential return on your investment after graduation.

During the Path2MBA session, our Univ. of Florida MBA program admissions officers will walk you through the financial aid process, including presenting resources to help answer questions about scholarships and even the GI Bill.

Join the Virtual Call as they are offering 100% tuition scholarships for full-time MBAs. Scholarships will be awarded to cover tuition and fees for in-state and out-of-state qualified students admitted to the program.

Also ask about UF’s Full-Time MBA Diversity Weekend, an event to meet current students, staff, and faculty and learn more about what UF has to offer.

The University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business is one of the 2022 Best Graduate Schools according to U.S. News & World Report. The MBA program attracts talented and diverse students from all around the world. The college also offers various ways to pursue your MBA: full-time, online, weekend, and executive. However, all paths come with a price tag – and it’s not always easy to understand all the available options.

The Value of an MBA

Friday June 15, 2023 at 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM ET

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About Path2MBA

JumpStart’s Path2MBA is for undergraduate students and working professionals who are interested in pursuing their MBA. Through the network, you can learn about different MBA programs to find the one that fits your career aspirations as well as gain insight into financial implications and the MBA application process directly from admissions representatives.

Spots to attend our virtual forum are limited so register now for Path2MBA the sessions hosted with specific MBA programs. Click here to apply JumpStart Path2MBA Interest Survey.

Click HERE for Path2MBA Forum Schedule and Register for other MBA program sessions.

Speaker at The Event

Naz Erenguc, Ph.D.

Whether your panel is on the ways businesses or business schools are responding to the latest health realities across the globe, or the health of business schools in the ever-evolving realities of a post-pandemic world, Naz Erenguc’s knowledge and expertise is sought after.

If it’s worth talking about, Naz knows about it. More importantly, she wants your voice to be heard about it too.

Combining her passion for equity with business, academic and global health expertise, Dr. Naz Erenguc is one of the most versatile voices in graduate education today. Whether in her role as a professor of global health or as director of admissions for UF’s top-ranked MBA program, “Dr. Naz” helps makes sure everyone has a seat at the table. Her work with the Association for Academic Women as an Executive Board member and as the Institutional Representative for the American Council of Education Women’s Florida Network are all centered around helping change the face of higher education.

During Naz’s tenure at UF, she has worked as an undergraduate academic advisor for both the College of

Health and Human Performance and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Over the last decade she has worked in graduate management education. And since 2019 she has served as the Director of Admissions for UF MBA at the Warrington College of Business.

During her time in the admissions and recruiting space her focus has been dedicated to rethinking outreach and creating innovative ways to connect with prospective students. “Include, Diversity, Equity, and Access” (IDEA) is core to her admissions strategy.

But Naz is not only focused on the health of not only her MBA program, but the entire globe as well.

In addition to her role as an administrator, she has also taught several undergraduate and graduate courses: Personal & Family Health, Trends and Issues in International Health, and Health Disparities in the U.S. and Abroad. Although much of her early research focused on disease prevention with the use of holistic medicine though complementary and alternative medicine, her current teaching focus is on global health and health equity. Lastly, when she’s not recruiting for the MBA program or teaching a course, Naz serves on the Executive Board for the Association for Academic Women, is involved in the Inspiring Women’s Leaders professional development conference and is the Institutional Representative for the American Council of Education Women’s Florida Network.