Who can I talk to about choosing the right program to apply for?
Speak to one of our specialists at (310) 825-2001.
How may I apply to a UCLA executive education program?
When will I receive confirmation that my application is accepted?
Within two weeks of submitting your application you will receive a letter notifying you of an acceptance decision.
What does the program fee include?
The program fee includes tuition, educational materials, refreshment breaks, receptions, and most meals. Lodging is not included, but hotel information is provided upon registration.
How do I pay my program fee?
When your application is approved, you will be invoiced for the full program fee. We accept Visa®, Mastercard® and American Express®. You can also send a check payable to UC Regents.
When is payment due?
Payment is due upon receipt of an invoice.
Will you work with me on a payment plan?
We will be glad to discuss payment options with you. Please call our Registrar at (310) 825-2001.
What happens after my application is approved?
Once you receive your letter of program acceptance, you will be contacted by your Program Manager who is dedicated to ensuring your optimal program experience.
Once accepted, how do I prepare for the program?
Several weeks prior to program start you will receive advance preparatory materials. Please make sure to complete all assigned readings and projects before coming to UCLA.
Is my program fee tax deductible?
Though tax laws continually change, deductions are generally allowed for all expenses of continuing management education (including tuition, travel, meals, and lodging) undertaken to maintain and improve professional skills required for your employment or business. Consult your tax advisor regarding your individual situation.
Do you offer group discounts?
In certain circumstances, we do offer group discounts. Please contact one of our specialists for details at (310) 825-2001.
Where do I find an application?
Please click here.
If I do not live in the United States, will I need a visa to attend?
For information about visa and passport requirements, visit the U.S. State Department.
What is the dress code?
Where do programs take place?
Unless otherwise stated, programs are conducted on the UCLA Anderson School of Management campus in Los Angeles.
Who teaches in the executive education programs?
Sessions are taught by world class UCLA Anderson MBA faculty and distinguished speakers representing some of the nation’s most prestigious organizations.
Can you conduct programs onsite if we have several people wanting to participate?
Yes, for detailed information contact us at (310) 825-2001.
Which hotel do you recommend?
Your Program Manager will provide you with hotel recommendations and contact information.
Who do I contact to discuss special requests during my program?
If you have special dietary or personal needs, please contact your Program Manager, who will do everything possible to accommodate you.
Can you provide directions to the UCLA campus?
UCLA Executive Education Collins Center for Executive Education
110 Westwood Plaza, Suite A101 Box 95146
Los Angeles, California USA 90095-1464
Click here for directions and a map to the parking lots.
Will I need a car?
A car is not necessary. Taxis are readily available at the airport for travel to campus. But if you would like to rent a car, there are many options at LAX airport.
Where should I park?
Parking is available close to the UCLA Anderson buildings. Use parking lots 4 or 5. Click here for directions and a map to the parking lots.
What are your substitution and cancellation policies?
If you wish to change or cancel your registration, you may choose to either transfer your seat to another person (substitution), apply the fee towards a future offering (one-time transfer), or receive a refund (according to the policy below). All requests for cancellation, refund, substitution, or transfer must be received in writing.
A full refund may be granted for cancellations received more than 30 days prior to the program start date. A 20% fee will be imposed for cancellation or transfer requests received 8 to 29 days before the program start date, and the entire fee will be forfeited if the cancellation or transfer request is received 7 or fewer days before the program begins or in the case of a no-show or partial participation.
Sponsoring organizations may nominate appropriate substitutions any time prior to the program without charge. Our policy applies to both paid and unpaid invoices, and participants and their organizations are responsible for above fees, even if payment has not been previously paid.
Invoices are due 30 days upon receipt and participants will be contacted for a credit card guarantee, if invoice is not paid 7 days prior to the program start date.
UCLA reserves the right to cancel programs and/or amend program dates, content, and faculty.
It is our expectation that participants and guests have health insurance that is valid in the United States. UCLA Executive Education and all of its affiliates are not responsible for any medical expenses incurred while attending the program.
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