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Our Mission is to instill in students the necessary global, social, intellectual and psychological competencies necessary to become well-rounded global citizens.
For Students
Develop a global perspective and mindset through a global management specialization, immersion and exchange courses, a global capstone project, or even by pursuing our UCLA-NUS EMBA dual degree program.
Faculty and Global Research
Advancing the global research efforts of faculty and students is at the core of our mission. Learn about current and past research seeded by the CGM to advance global management thinking.
Events and Partnerships
Conferences, forums and interactive virtual discussions provide opportunities for learning and engaging in conversations around current issues that transcend borders and impact the global political economy, society and business.

Event Spotlight

Upcoming Events

Tech-Driven Transformations, Innovation and the Role of AI with AI Expert, Kai-Fu Lee

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The Center for Global Management is currently working on programs, courses and events for the 2021-22 academic year. For events from the 2020-21 academic year, we invite you to review our Past Events and visit the CGM’s video gallery.


Courses That Expose Students to Business, Societies and Economies Outside the U.S.

The courses concentrated on the school’s target regions of Asia and Latin America provide many memorable learning and networking experiences and expose students to the country's economy, political environment, major industries and businesses, local culture and start-up communities.

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Global Nonprofit Capstone Projects

Each year a number of capstone teams focus their efforts of advancing pro-social causes outside of the United States. Our global pro-social projects make a real, immediate and often profound impact.

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World Today Discussion Series

The objective of this particular series is to engage the community in interactive dialogue around critical global topics and issues that transcend borders and matter to our community and the world. The CGM hosts many timely and relevant discussions.

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Faculty in the News


Why a Global Chip Shortage Is Screwing Up America’s Pickup Trucks

Featuring Christopher S. Tang, Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration

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UCLA Anderson Review


World Economy 9.6% Bigger Without Investment Barriers

Featuring Romain Wacziarg, Professor of Economics, Hans Hufschmid Chair in Management

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Tech for Impact


Hong Kong has Staked a Claim to be Asia’s Green Finance Hub. Here’s What Needs to Happen Next.

Featuring Christine Loh, Visiting Professor; Former Minister, Hong Kong S.A.R. Government

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Looking for ways to get involved?

Whether you are a student, faculty, alumni, or a member of the local or global community, we can help get you in touch with the right person to meet your needs.