Admissions Events

 

Events

 

Get the full FEMBA picture from admissions staff, students, alumni and faculty in a casual, interactive, informative environment. Prospective applicants have the option of attending these events online or on campus, and in one-on-one or group settings.

Online Webinar

Learn about the FEMBA program by participating in an online information session hosted by an admissions officer and followed by a Q&A. All you need is an internet connection!

Mixer

In this casual in-person event, meet with admissions staff and current students to gain further insight into the FEMBA program.

FEMBA Chat: Student Perspectives

Hosted by a current FEMBA student, this one-hour, small-group Q&A session offers a student’s perspective of the program, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Open House

Network with current students over breakfast, and then listen to presentations by UCLA Anderson faculty, Assistant Dean of FEMBA Admissions Dylan Stafford, and staff from the financial aid office and career services.

Admissions 101

An evening presentation hosted by FEMBA admissions staff with helpful tips on the application process, an interactive resume workshop and advice on what to expect “post-admission.”

Class Visits

Experience a real FEMBA class. Please note that candidates must first attend one of our other events. After attending an event, candidates will be emailed a link to register for a class visit. Candidates may attend one session of each class per quarter.

Dylan Stafford

“The outreach during the application process was incredible, as I was invited to Google Hangouts and other informational chats hosted by current FEMBA students. I also had a tailored 30-minute one-on-one conversation with an admissions officer to discuss my specific candidacy. I felt that Anderson was fully investing in me.”

Kyle Bernier

(FEMBA ’18)
Laboratory Analyst, UCLA

 

Upcoming Events

 

What is FEMBA Really Like?

Hear from current students and alumni as they discuss their program experiences both inside the classroom and out.

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