International Programs

The Executive MBA program requires all students to complete Management 470D, International Residential in China. In addition to the China residential, the program offers EMBA International Studies & Exchange Programs to provide EMBA students with additional opportunities to acquire direct international exposure. We have developed a series of international electives to prepare students to think more globally, develop an educated world view and become more sensitive to the business cultures of other nations. Students learn about global issues through direct experiences abroad.

UCLA Anderson has partnered with international business schools to develop new electives abroad. Two elective programs are offered: the International Studies & Exchange Programs. All Management courses are taught in English. Please note that International Studies Programs carry additional participation fees.

Exchange Electives

Executive MBA students will be able to select electives from ESSEC School of Managmenet in France, SDA Bocconi, Recanati School of Management at Tel-Aviv University, Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto, Canada, Seoul National University in Korea, EADA School of Management in Spain and have the opportunity to expand their network by studying with students from these other schools. The scheduling of coursework abroad depends on the partner schools and typically are offered during the summer or early fall before the second year of the EMBA program.

International Exchange Partner Schools:

EADA Barcelona


Recanati School of Management, Tel-Aviv University, Israel 

recanti school of business

Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada

rotman school of management

SDA Bocconi Executive MBA Program in Milan, Italy

sda bocconi

Seoul National University in Korea

Note: Program schedule and electives are subject to change. 


Eligibility: EMBA 2012 students are eligible to apply. Students must be in good academic standing in the EMBA program and must submit a complete application to be considered.

International Exchange Contacts for current students:
Prof. Gonzalo Freixes, Associate Dean
Francesca Baugh, EMBA Senior Director
Jamie Saure, EMBA Program Manager