Applications for Fall 2014 are now being accepted. To begin your application, go to http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/gasaa/admissions/applicat.htm. The deadline for Fall 2014 is January 10, 2014.
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UCLA Anderson School of Management
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To officially apply for admission, you may submit an online application. Letters of recommendation may be submitted online, you may scan and upload transcripts to your application, and online payments are made upon submission.
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The Rosenfeld Library (31 kb)
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UCLA Fees & Living Expenses
Local, Country and Institution Codes (1,606 kb)
Anticipated Expenses for Studying at UCLA 2011-2012
Confidential Financial Statement
- Official Online Application
- Statement of Purpose
- An application fee of eighty dollars (US $80) for U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents; one hundred dollars (US $100) for all other applicants
- One copy of your transcript from each college or university you attended (may be scanned and uploaded to the online application, or in the form of official copies sent by the university)
Evidence of conferral of all degrees, diplomas, or professional titles must be submitted. This may be in the form of official certified copies of the actual diploma, entries on official records, or official statements from the granting institutions. In all cases, the statements must include the exact, original title of the degree and the date of its formal conferral (month and year). Certificates of completion of required courses or of degree examinations cannot be accepted as evidence that the degree was granted.
- Three recommendation letters, preferably from sources who can assess your potential as a researcher
- Official score report of either the GMAT or the GRE
- Official score report of the TOEFL (international applicants only)
- A Financial Statement for students seeking non-immigrant visas (international applicants only) will be required only after you are offered admission to the program. There is no need to submit it with the application.