Whether online or on-campus, one-on-one or in large groups, our Admissions Events provides prospects the opportunity to speak with Admissions Staff, Current Students, Alumni, and/or Faculty to learn more about the program.
For questions regarding any of the events below, please do not hesitate to contact us at 310-825-2632 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|February 22, 2014||1:00 PM PT||FEMBA Chat||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|February 24, 2014||6:00 PM PT||FEMBA Admissions 101||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|February 25, 2014||5:45 PM PT||FEMBA Flex Info Session Webinar||Online||Register|
|March 4, 2014||12:00 PM PT||FEMBA Regional Lunch||Irvine, CA||Register|
|March 7, 2014||8:30 AM PT||FEMBA Coffee||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|March 8, 2014||9:30 AM PT||FEMBA Women's Breakfast||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|March 8, 2014||1:00 PM PT||Decoding the GMAT/GRE||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|March 10, 2014||12:00 PM PT||FEMBA Regional Lunch||Santa Clara, CA||Register|
|March 10, 2014||6:00 PM PT||FEMBA Info Session||Cupertino, CA||Register|
|March 10-11, 2014||Multiple Times||FEMBA Coffee||Bay Area locations, CA||Register|
|March 11, 2014||12:00 PM PT||FEMBA Regional Lunch||San Francisco, CA||Register|
|March 18, 2014||12:00 PM PT||FEMBA Regional Lunch||Redondo Beach, CA||Register|
|March 19, 2014||6:00 PM PT||FEMBA Admissions 101||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|March 21, 2014||8:30 AM PT||FEMBA Coffee||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|March 26, 2014||12:00 PM PT||FEMBA Regional Lunch||San Diego, CA||Register|
|April 3, 2014||6:00 PM PT||FEMBA Regional Chat||Pasadena, CA||Register|
|April 4, 2014||8:30 AM PT||FEMBA Coffee||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|April 8, 2014||6:00 PM PT||FEMBA Open House||UCLA Anderson||Register|
|April 18, 2014||8:30 AM PT||FEMBA Coffee||UCLA Anderson||Register|
From various on-campus events to the multiple fairs and tours we attend throughout the country, each event is different from the other. Below are decriptions listing what each event has to offer.
- ADMISSIONS RECRUITING EVENTS read descriptions >>
Online Webinar - Info Session
Learn about the FEMBA Program from the comfort of your own home or office. A 30 minute online webinar hosted by an Admissions Officer about the basic details of the program, followed by a Q&A.
An hour-long, casual, small group format in-person Q&A session for prospects interested in the program. Hosted by the Admissions Coordinator or another admissions officer, the Coffee is a personal opportunity to get any questions about the program answered.
Want to know what it's like to attend the program, work, and still able to maintain a personal life? In this 1-hour Q&A format with several other prospective students, you will meet with a current FEMBA and discuss the program both inside and outside of the classroom from a student's perspective.
Come experience a morning in the life of a FEMBA student as you will have the oppurtunity to network with current students during breakfast, followed by a presentation from Faculty, Admissions Director Dylan Stafford, Financial Aid and Career Services.
FEMBA Admissions 101
Spend an evening with FEMBA Admissions Staff as we go over helpful tips for the admissions process and even look forward "post-admission". Bring your resume for an interactive workshop led by Assistant Dean Dylan Stafford tailored to help you best present your candidacy for UCLA FEMBA. Space is limited.
- VARIOUS FAIRS & TOURS read descriptions >>
An opportunity to network with peers and women business leaders and connect you with the representatives from top business schools who can help you get started on the admissions process.
QS World MBA Tour
A fair for candidates to meet representatives of the world's leading business schools face to face and attend seminars. Helps candidates make informed education and career choices, while giving participating business schools the chance to meet a highly targeted audience of the world's brightest young professionals.
The MBA Tour
Event consists of panel sessions and presentations within an educational conference format. This helps students select a university to suit their specific career and lifestyle goals.
There's no better way to experience the program than sitting in and observing a class. Come see the professors in action during a regularly scheduled lecture, and have the opportunity to interact and network with current students before and after class.
Prior to attending a Class Visit, we highly encourage prospective students to attend at least one Admissions Event or have met with an Admissions Staff member. Whether a Webinar, FEMBA Coffee, Info Session, Open House, or a sit down with an Admissions Staff Member, gaining a core understanding of the program will allow for a better Class Visit experience.
Upon attending an event or meeting with an Admissions Staff Member, a link to register to one of the following Class Visits will be provided via email. Prospective Students are allowed to attend one iteration of each class offered each quarter.
|Winter Quarter Class Visits|
(Follow links below for Faculty bios and videos)
|Customer Assessment and Analytics: Decision-oriented course concerned with marketing research and data-driven marketing analytics. Detailed hands-on understanding of market research methodologies used in strategic assessment of customer perceptions and preferences. Extensive use of case studies.||Robert Zeithammer||Tuesday||7:10pm-10:00pm|
|Financial Reporting & Equity Valuation: Focus principally on equity valuation from financial accounting data, with emphasis on construction of pro-forma financial statements and application of discounted cash flow and residual income valuation approaches. Consideration of complications posed by capital structure, recapitalizations, derivative securities, intercorporate investments, abandonment options, accounting restatements, and equity trading. Use of multiples in valuation and pricing anomalies.||Eric Sussman||Tuesday||7:10pm-10:00pm|
|Entrepreneurship & Venture Initiation: Exploration in entrepreneurship particularly concerned with formation and operation of new business ventures. Significant and crucial aspects of exploring new business opportunities and starting a business.||George Abe||Wednesday||7:10pm-10:00pm|
|Negotiations Analysis: Series of negotiation exercises to foster development of students' negotiation skills and experience. Use of economic and game-theoretic concepts in debrief to gain insight and develop framework for finding broad negotiation principles applicable.||Steven Lippman||Wednesday||7:10pm-10:00pm|
|Cases in Real Estate Investments: Development of understanding of principal issues involved with real estate investment and finance. Topics include real estate financial analysis and valuation in variety of contexts (single and multifamily residential, commercial/industrial, shopping center, and hotel properties), real estate taxation, real estate law, development process, securitization, REITs, and leasing and workout of troubled properties.||Eric Sussman||Thursday||7:10pm-10:00pm|
Leadership, Motivation & Power: Theoretical and practical approaches to influencing and motivating people. Relative effectiveness of various leadership styles, different motivation theories, and power tactics from managerial point of view. Use of experience-based learning methods to aid diagnosis and understanding of one's own influence styles.
Managerial Economics: Analysis of consumer, producer, and market behavior. Market structure, pricing, and resource allocation. Applications to managerial strategy and public policy, with emphasis on competition, market power, and externalities.
Behavioral Finance : Introduction to and explanation of evidence of anomalous return behavior found in U.S. equities markets. Presentation of some paradigms of stock price movements that are rooted in studies from psychology and explanation of trading activity in equity risk-return paradigm. Introduction to some psychological biases that researchers suspect are inherent to investors. Employment of some results from psychology literature to explain irrationalities encountered in finance literature. Presentation of latest evidence on why individual investors trade and how individual and institutional investors form their portfolios.
Saturday (Flex, on- campus)
|2:00pm-5:30pm & 6:30pm-8pm|
Business Law for Managers and Entrepreneurs: Introductory course that uses practical approach to teach students to recognize, understand, and manage legal issues. Topics include contract law, litigation process and alternatives, intellectual property law, business formation, corporate law, employment law, collateralized lending, and bankruptcy reorganizations. How to deal with potential legal issues before they become serious problems.
Saturday (Flex, on-campus
|2:00pm-5:30pm & 6:30pm-8pm|
Financial Accounting: Introduction to fundamental financial accounting methods and procedures, with emphasis on financial statements. Provides basis for firm understanding of "language of business" -- accounting.
|N. Bugra Ozel||
Saturday (Flex, on-campus)
|2:00pm-5:30pm & 6:30pm-8pm|