Class of 2018!


UCLA-NUS Executive MBA

Saturday, August 25, 2018


Ceremony Details


Cap & Gowns

UCLA-NUS Executive MBA students have the option to rent or purchase their gowns. You may order your cap, gown, announcements, or diploma frame in person at Graduation, Etc. on Level A at Ackerman, Mon-Fri, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, or through their website.

Gowns and hoods must be returned immediately following the commencement ceremony in EDR B2.09 before you join your family and guests at the reception. Graduation Etc. representative will be in EDR B.209 to process gown and hood returns. A $450 fee will be charged for damaged or unreturned gown and hood. Graduates may keep the tassel and cap.


UCLA diplomas for EMBA graduates will be available in January 2019. Diplomas are produced by the Registrar's Office. Information about obtaining your diploma will be sent to your e-mail address UCLA has on file approximately in December 2018.

For additional information call (310) 825-2754 or (310) 825-8883. To change your address go to

Class Photo & Processional

Before the class photo, graduates are welcome to take pictures with family and guests.
After the class photo, graduates will line up at the Marion Anderson Courtyard.
Graduates will NOT be permitted to escort their guests to the guest seating area at Korn Convocation Hall following the class photo, but will remain at the Marion Anderson Courtyard for the processional line-up.

Guests of the Graduates

Guests are encouraged to arrive early to avoid possible traffic congestion. Guests must be seated in Korn Convocation Hall no later than 3:45 p.m.

Prior to the ceremony guests can enjoy taking a self-guided tour at UCLA. Click on this link to experience our campus.


A comprehensive range of photographic services will be available from the official photographers and videographer. For the comfort of other guests, we request that your guests only take pictures from the seating area and outer perimeter, they may not come into the student seating area or into the center aisle as it can be disruptive and discourteous to other members of the audience.