YOUR EDGE ON THE PATH TO CAREER SUCCESS
Learn the business and leadership skills you need to start building your future success today. UCLA Anderson’s EDGE is a three-week program for rising juniors, seniors, and recent college graduates who want the tools to make an immediate impact in their chosen careers.
Round 1 Application Deadline: January 1st
Round 2 Application Deadline: Frebruary 15th
Round 3 Application Deadline: March 15th
Final Application Deadline: May 30th
July 6 – July 24, 2015
2015 Program Fee
The earlier you apply and pay, the better the price we can offer you to attend EDGE.* For example, if you apply before January 1, 2015 and pay before February 15, your fee is $4,250 - more than a 25% savings compated to the fee you would pay if you applied after the March 15 deadline. Please see the chart below for details and feel free to contact us with any questions.
*Not all applications are accepted into the program. Early application is no guarantee of acceptance.
|Application Deadline||Payment Deadline||Program Fee|
|January 1||February 15||$4,250|
|February 15||April 1||$4,750|
|March 15||May 1||$5,450|
|After March 15||$5,995|
The mission of UCLA Anderson EDGE is simple. We work to educate a class of problem solving, creative thinking, business literate and employable EDGE Scholars.
The renowned UCLA Anderson School of Management offers undergraduates and recent graduates the chance to study with its world class faculty – the same professors who teach our MBA students – in a rigorous three-week summer program.
EDGE will help students understand how to transform ideas into opportunities, excel in traditional business settings, and gain the management vocabulary they need to succeed today and lead tomorrow.
There is no more exciting place to learn the fundamentals of business and leadership than Los Angeles – a vital hub of world trade, home of the entertainment and media industry and incubator for a new wave of innovative startups. EDGE uses three key lenses to focus student learning: Business Literacy, Leadership and Communication.
We better prepare EDGE Scholars for the world of work by helping them understand basic business principals and the evolving economic, marketing, and leadership landscapes.
- As an employee, you will be versed in the problem solving and decision making process to successfully execute your roles as well as bring more to your employers.
- Skills in Excel, Presentation, Business Writing, Analytical Thinking and Strategy will become immediately useful. Other topics including Economics, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Branding, Using Big Data and Leadership will improve your performance and enhance your ability to contribute to the overall team.
|Economics/Strategy||Self Awareness||Presentation Skills|
|Finance/Accounting||Team Decision Making & Collaboration||Business Writing|
|Operations||Leading, Following & Managing Up||Negotiation & Conflict Management|
|Marketing/Branding||Generational Awareness||Social Media|
|Analytical Thinking||Innovation and Creative Problem Solving||Managing Your Career|
|Using Big Data||Bringing the Future to the Present|
|Financial Analysis & Investments|
- Foundations of Leadership
- Foundations of Business: Economic Decision Making
- Generational Awareness
- Career Management: Job Crafting
- Competitive Strategy
- Effective Team Decision Making & Collaboration
- Networking reception
- Career Coaching Pods
- Company Visit
- Leading, Following & Managing up
- Accounting & Financial Principles
- Marketing Strategies
- Branding and social media
- Career Management: Building Your Personal Brand
- Managing Conflict & Negotiations
- Strategic & Financial Business Simulation
- Career Management: Building a Mentor Network beyond your Boss
- Business Communications Workshop
- Company Visit
- Analytical Thinking
- Career Management: Networking Practicum
- Using Big Data
- Financial Investments
- Financial Analysis
- Entrepreneurship: Writing a Business Plan
- Innovation and Creative Problem Solving
- Venture Capital Panel
- Incubator Tour
- Career Coaching Pods
Abby Garcia, UCLA 2013, Art History & EDGE Scholar