Student Life

The FEMBA experience isn’t limited to the classroom.
With access to over 50 Anderson student clubs and organizations as well as the overall UCLA campus,
FEMBAs make the most out of a truly immersive experience.

Anderson Clubs & Associations

Student Stories

UCLA Amenities

UCLA Athletics

Discounted student single-day and season tickets to UCLA Football and Men’s Basketball and student tickets to all other sports.

Dining

Take advantage of dining facilities throughout campus as well as Westwood Village which offers outstanding restaurants.

Melnitz Movies

Free screenings to new and classic films, plus Q&As with directors, actors, and producers at the film school.

Fitness & Recreation

Access to all UCLA Fitness and recreation facilities such as the Wooden Center, Sunset Canyon Recreation Center, and Kinross Recreation Center for $50 per quarter.

FEMBA After Hours

Although FEMBA students are busy working professionals they still manage to find time to network and socialize outside the classroom with other MBA students.

UCLA Anderson FEMBA students enjoy after-hours events with fellow students

Early Care & Education Program

UCLA Early Care and Education Program Afterhours

In partnership with the UCLA Early Care and Education Program, starting in Fall 2016 we will be offering a pilot after-hours program exclusively for FEMBA students with young children ages 18 months to 5 years old. Designed to keep the children in a learning environment while their parents are in class here on campus, the program will consist of 10 Saturday sessions from 8:30am-6:30pm per quarter for an additional fee of $550 per month/per child.

 

UCLA Early Care and Education (ECE) operates an award-winning, accredited, nationally recognized program that is highly effective in supporting the recruitment and retention of faculty, students and staff who are key to the mission of the University. Their name portrays the scope of our services to campus families, giving emphasis to the importance of early education experiences in light of knowledge gained from current brain development research.