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If you are considering an MBA, you can sense a gap in your life now--a gap between your potential and your reality; between your work and fulfillment. A program like UCLA Anderson's has the supportive environment you need to bring it all together. Here you figure out exactly what you want in the world and how to reach it. Learning from intellectual leaders on the faculty is just the beginning. The diverse backgrounds of the 360 inspiring classmates ensure comprehension across functional and geographic boundaries, and being in a dynamic global city like Los Angeles creates practical opportunities to apply fresh knowledge and leadership prowess.
Application and Admission Requirements
A four-year bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or an international equivalent.
Admissions Committee evaluates applicants' prospects as leaders in management and their projected ability succeed in, benefit from and contribute to the UCLA Anderson MBA Program. Committee members carefully consider personal and academic background information, GMAT scores, TOEFL scores (for most international applicants), achievements, awards and honors, employment history, letters of recommendation, and college and community involvement, especially where candidates have served in leadership capacities.
Degree and diploma etc.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) from UCLA
International Exchange Programs
International Exchange Programs allow MBA students to participate in academic exchange partnerships with premier universities abroad. Currently, 50 to 60 second-year MBA students enroll in these programs each year. UCLA Anderson is a member of the Program in International Management (PIM), a consortium of management schools that facilitates student and faculty international exchange. The program typically allows students to experience management courses through a partner school for a single quarter. English is the language of instruction for most of the foreign exchange programs. Management students can receive up to 16 free elective credits toward graduation for courses taken overseas.
Expenses / Tuition Fees
MBA Tuition and Fees (estimated for 2010-11):
- $40,821 per year for California Residents
- $49,040 per year for Non-Residents
UCLA Anderson School of Management is perennially ranked among the top-tier business schools in the world. UCLA combine a award-winning faculty renowned for their research and teaching, highly selective admissions, successful alumni and world-class facilities to create an extraordinary learning...
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