Global EMBA Advantage

Two MBA Degrees

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.   

Global Learning Environment

With classes held in 4 business epicenters - Singapore, Los Angeles, Shanghai, and Bangalore- students gain first-hand knowledge of these powerhouse economies and insight into their diverse business practices.

Global Leaders

Worldwide accomplished executives come together to expand and deepen their business knowledge and skills.  Students come from 5 continents and more than 20 countries, offering diverse national, cultural, professional and functional backgrounds, making every class a global business community.  

Unique Program Structure

6 two-week modules held in 4 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 job no matter where their job takes them.

Rigorous and Well-balanced General Management Curriculum

The GEMBA for Asia Pacific Program curriculum is specifically designed for senior working professionals who aspire to gain an extensive, well-balanced general management education that provides the breadth and depth of knowledge, tools and skill set necessary to lead organizations anywhere in the world.  Expect academic rigor and challenging course modules that will equip you to excel as a global business leader.

World-Renowned Faculty

Known for their knowledge and appreciation of the needs of working professionals, the esteemed, distinguished and international faculty from both UCLA Anderson and NUS Business School bring both academic and real-world experience to the classroom. Students will benefit from the insight, foresight and wisdom of these finest of management academics.

Powerful Global Alumni Networks

Along with 2 MBA degrees comes membership to the extensive, powerful global alumni networks of the UCLA Anderson and NUS Business Schools, as well as the broader UCLA and NUS communities. These close-knit communities of thought leaders guide governments and business around the Pacific Rim and across the world.  Wherever you are in the world, you can contact UCLA and NUS alumni for help, support, and advice.