Learning how to lead and contribute within diverse teams is key to every student's MBA experience. We rely on our students to share their voices and different perspectives, and to listen to others in order to broaden their own thinking.

Geographic, cultural, industry and military backgrounds are examples of the kind of diversity reflected in our student clubs and associations, and our community as a whole is strengthened by the unity of purpose that transcends all boundaries.

Follow the links below for more information about how diversity is experienced and championed at our campus:



Embracing Diversity

UCLA Anderson presents Embracing Diversity, a professional conference where prospective MBAs from across the country will converge to meet current Anderson MBAs and alumni who are or were members of our Black Business Students Association, Latino Management Student Association and Out@Anderson student clubs. Our annual diversity event focuses on providing you with the opportunity to learn what makes our full-time and Fully Employed MBA programs top choices for students. You’ll walk away with a clearer picture of what your MBA future can look like.

This year, Embracing Diversity will involve key UCLA Anderson corporate partners like Amazon, Danaher, Google and Microsoft. The conference is co-hosted by the Anderson Student Association (ASA), full-time MBA and FEMBA admissions offices and UCLA Anderson’s Office of Diversity Initiatives and Community Relations.

The event will take place from Thursday, November 17 to Saturday, November 19, 2016.

Learn more about Embracing Diversity

Women in Business Leadership Conference

The Women in Business Leadership Conference seeks to deepen the dialogue about women in business, explore multiple definitions of success, and provide skill-based training. This event is hosted by the Women’s Business Connection (WBC), in collaboration with the Women’s Global Connection (WGC) at UCLA Anderson.

Visit Velocity Women's Leadership Summit