UCLA Anderson is truly a global classroom with international representation making up 32% (full-time MBA), 30% (FEMBA) and 24% (EMBA) of the Class of 2009. The UCLA – NUS Global Executive MBA program includes participants from 20 countries and 64% of the Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) inaugural Class of 2009 is international. Two-thirds of our PhD students come from outside the United States and a number accept academic placements at leading institutions around the globe.
UCLA Anderson has built a reputation as a leader in globally focused management education and is an exhilarating place to learn and study leading management practices from around the world. Its campus location in Los Angeles provides countless opportunities to interact with the vibrant California business community, while the city itself serves as a laboratory for learning and provides exposure to a diverse, multi-lingual and multi-cultural community.
UCLA Anderson offers a dynamic and challenging academic environment for students across all programs and provides many opportunities for students to study abroad, engage in global field studies and expand their educational horizons. All of UCLA Anderson’s degree programs share a global perspective and a wide selection of international courses is offered . As a member of the PIM (Partnership in International Management) network, a consortium of management schools that facilitates student and faculty international exchange, UCLA Anderson enjoys international exchange partnerships with more than 50 leading business schools around the world and hosts many signature events with a global focus where student involvement is integral. Many leading international companies chose to recruit at UCLA Anderson through our Parker Career Management Center (PCMC).
As a graduate of UCLA Anderson, you become a member of one of the world’s largest and most renowned alumni networks with 36,000 members in more than 100 countries and all 50 United States.