UCLA Anderson School of Management is a top tier graduate business school in the United States. Established in 1935, The Anderson School has earned global acclaim for its superior programs, groundbreaking research, and outstanding student body. The School has 134 exceptional international faculty who serve over 600 full-time MBA students, approximately 400 Fully Employed MBA students and 140 Executive MBA students, and 65 Ph.D. students.
Under the direction of Dr. Alfred E. Osborne, Jr., and Elaine Hagan, the Harold Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is a recognized leader in entrepreneurial education and research and was recently ranked #1 in entrepreneurship in the world by the Financial Times of London. The Center oversees all teaching, research, extracurricular, and community activities related to entrepreneurship at UCLA Anderson. The Price Center strives to provide academic and extracurricular experiences that advance both the theory and practice of entrepreneurship.