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University of South Florida

College of Business Administration


The USF MBA program is market-driven, combining the participants’ collective working experience and the expertise of our cutting-edge research professors.

Our program provides flexible and interactive courses employing technology, team work, discussion groups and real life cases. The coursework is designed to foster creativity and develop insights and skills necessary in managing diverse workplaces and overcoming complex business challenges. The global business world is dynamic and highly competitive. Organizations need leaders who can anticipate, facilitate and manage constant changes.


We are pleased to partner with NSHMBA in bringing high-potential graduate students into our graduate programs, including MBA, Masters of Science in Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Real Estate, Finance, MIS, and Leading Sustainable Enterprises.


USF’s NSHMBA Graduate Assistantship is provided on a competitive basis at least every other year. The Assistantship is available up to six semesters, based on performance, and covers 6 - 9 credit hours of in-state tuition (not including fees) depending on the semester. The Assistantship includes 20 hours per week employment with ($11.54) hourly compensation for the 2009-2010 academic year.   



Available Funding:      USF NSHMBA Graduate Assistantship

Funding Type:               Tuition waver and hourly stipend (maximum 20 hours per week)

Application Deadline: June 1st for Fall semester and  October 15th for Spring semester

Special Instructions:     An eligible applicant should show excellent academic achievements, meet the program’s admission requirements with GMAT of at least 550 and be a US resident. 


NSHMBA Chapter:       South Florida


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