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Two Florida business schools now ranked among top 70 nationwide, U.S. News says

Florida’s two top business schools now rank among the 70 best in the United States, according to a by U.S. News and World Report.

Joining UF in the top 70 was the University of Miami, which surged 13 points to a four-way tie for 62nd.

One other Florida business school made it into the top 100: the University of South Florida (in a tie for 87th with the University of Denver).

U.S. News based its rankings on the employment rates and starting salaries of recent graduates, student test scores and assessments of the schools by recruiters and academic administrators.

The University of Florida's business school is rated 36th in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.

The top business school overall? A tie between Stanford University and the University of Pennsylvania. Find the full rankings .

Here are the three Florida business schools ranked in the top 100

36. University of Florida (up 4)

62. tie, University of Miami (up 13)

87. tie, University of South Florida (down 14)

Andrew Marra is a reporter at The Palm Beach Post. Reach him at .