Business & Economics in Emerging Markets
Professor Sebastian Edwards, Henry Ford II Chair in International Management
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UCLA Anderson students exhibit a distinct passion to broaden their knowledge and understanding of global cultures and markets, and possess an increasing desire to develop an educated world view. The Center for Global Management provides expanded opportunities for students to gain this world view and develop a global perspective and mindset. Greater opportunities now exist for students to study abroad, engage in global field studies, take a foreign language, expand connections with global organizations, participate in global conferences, connect with our global alumni community and emerge from our educational programs with "global brains."
A specialization in Global Management is available in the full-time, fully employed and executve MBA programs. Over the last couple of years there also has been a growing increase in global immersion programs that focus on doing business in other countries, and global management elective offerings that are available across the MBA programs.
The UCLA - NUS Global Executive MBA for Asia Pacific program ranked third in The Economist's 2013 inaugural ranking of executive MBA programs globally. The 15 month program, in partnership with the National University of Singapore has 90 students over two cohorts.