Admissions

 

You’re Looking For Real Change.
Here’s What We’re Looking For:

Academic Performance
Bachelor's Degree:
All Majors Accepted
Exam: GMAT or GRE
Professional Experience
Demonstrated leadership
Proven track record
Potential for advancement
Personal
Character

Contributions to career and community
Meet us Personally

Meet Us Personally

Attend a UCLA FEMBA recruiting event for important information and valuable tips from the admissions committee, current students and alumni. Select from on-campus open house events, off-campus information sessions, online webinars, chats, coffee meetings and more.

Strength in Difference

 

Live Student Stories

 
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What is FEMBA Really Like?

Here are the stories of current students and alumni, live and online.

The Application Process

 
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Welcome

The fact that you’re here indicates you’re ready to make a significant investment in your future. Although there are no shortcuts to the application process, every effort has been made to ensure a smooth, streamlined experience.

1

Create Your
Online Application

The online application will walk you through the following steps. The application fee is $200.

2

Order Your
Transcripts

We need your official undergraduate and graduate transcripts (if applicable).

3

Take the
GMAT or GRE

Either is fine.
GMAT school code: 2NZ2F44
GRE school code: 0727

4

Update
Your Résumé

5

Letters of Recommendation

Choose two recommenders who can attest to your work performance.

6

Essay Questions

Please give the essay questions in your online application your full, undivided attention. The clarity with which you communicate your accomplishments and goals factors heavily in the FEMBA selection process.

7

On-Campus Interview

After submitting your application, you will be prompted to register for an optional on-campus interview. This face-to-face interview affords you the opportunity to personalize your candidacy even further.

Reapplicants

 
Reapplicants are those who submitted a completed FEMBA application within the previous two years (i.e., for the classes which began in fall 2014 or fall 2015) and received a final decision. The process to reapply is as follows:
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    Create a new application.
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    Indicate on the Additional Info page of the application that you are a reapplicant.
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    Submit one new recommendations.
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    Please highlight any progress made since the prior application.
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    Standardized test scores (GMAT, TOEFL and IELTS) previously reported will remain on file, though scores are subject to expiration dates. You may submit new test scores if desired.
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    Required Reapplicant Essay
    Please describe your career progress since you last applied and ways in which you have enhanced your candidacy. Include updates on short-term and long-term career goals, as well as your continued interest in UCLA Anderson.
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    Admission Committee members see the entire previous application to provide context.

Deadlines

 

2016 - 2017 Admissions Deadlines

Round Application
Submission
On-Campus
Interview
Decision
Notification
October 26, 2016 November 5, 2016 December 21, 2016
January 25, 2017 February 4, 2017 April 7, 2017
April 26, 2017 May 6, 2017 June 23, 2017

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