The UCLA Anderson Global Access Program (GAP) serves as a change-agent for corporations and students alike. Companies from around the world are provided with an opportunity to engage a team of five Fully-Employed MBA (FEMBA) students in a six-month field study in their final year of study. The assignment? Students work closely with top management to identify strengths, analyze weaknesses, and pinpoint opportunities. Armed with in-depth research, the FEMBA team develops an investment-quality business plan to move their GAP company to its next level of growth. Since 1998, the Global Access Program has generated over $200 million in direct investment. Results-driven projects, real-world benefits—GAP clearly helps companies and students grow faster and go further.