At UCLA Anderson School of Management, our mission is to lead management thinking and to prepare the next generation of global leaders. In just four years, the Fully-Employed MBA's International Programs office has organized over 30 unique international courses. FEMBA, EMBA and Full-time MBA program students have the opportunity to acquire direct international experience in foreign countries and to develop as business leaders who are adept at managing in a global environment.
Intensive one-week courses held in a variety of countries taught by UCLA Anderson faculty, faculty at partner business schools, and local business leaders of the respective destination country. Coursework for the 4 unit course (Management 458I) begins on-campus a couple months prior to actual travel in order to "hit the ground running" during the one-week intensive in which the classroom experience will be augmented with company visits and various places of historical and cultural interest. This hands-on direct experience abroad provides students the opportunity to learn about both global issues and business culture.
UCLA Anderson has partnered up with distinguished universities throughout the world to provide students the opportunity to participate in an intensive 1-week exchange program. Students are immersed in both the university and culture as they take courses and learn from other faculty, while expanding their networks by studying with students from these respective universities.
|Seoul National University||Korea|