Ranked the #3 EMBA in the world by The Economist and #4 by Financial Times, our program adds the distinction of unique locations to provide an unparalleled experience.
Earn two MBAs in 15 months from two of the world's top, globally-renowned universities: University of California, Los Angeles and National University of Singapore.
With classes held in four business epicenters - Singapore, Los Angeles, Shanghai, and Bangalore- students gain first-hand knowledge of these powerhouse economies and insight into their diverse business practices.
Accomplished executives come together from all over the world to expand their business knowledge and skills. Students come from four continents and more than 20 countries, offering diverse national, cultural, professional and functional backgrounds, making each class a global business community.
Six two-week sessions are held in four different countries over 15 months — designed to accommodate the demanding schedules of senior working professionals. The concentrated class schedule minimizes travel and disruption and allows students to maintain their jobs.
Our curriculum is designed for senior working professionals who aspire to lead organizations internationally. Expect challenges in and out of the classroom that will transform you into a global business leader.
Boasting accomplished business leaders and impactful research faculty alike, the Global EMBA faculty is among the most respected group of experts on the foundation and changing dynamic of global business.
Along with two MBA degrees comes membership and easy connection to the powerful global alumni networks of UCLA Anderson, NUS Business Schools and their broader communities. These close-knit networks of thought leaders guide governments and businesses around the Pacific Rim and across the world.
Completion of the part-time, intensive 15-month UCLA-NUS Global Executive MBA for Asia Pacific program leads to two MBA degrees, one awarded by UCLA Anderson School of Management and one by NUS Business School. Each degree requires satisfactory completion of all necessary degree requirements of both institutions. Students will complete a total of 72 credits - 36 credits from UCLA and 36 credits from NUS.
The calendar for the UCLA-NUS Global Executive MBA for Asia Pacific program consists of six intensive two-week segments. Classes are conducted in residence at NUS in Singapore and UCLA in Los Angeles, and in Shanghai, China and Bangalore, India.