Global Management Seminars for Visiting Students

Through customized global management seminars, graduate candidates and professionals at top international institutions learn from UCLA Anderson faculty about management issues, cutting-edge research, global challenges and business practices in the United States.

Customized Global Management Seminars

for visiting studentsThe Center for Global Management offers customized global management seminars to professional master's degree candidates from top business and management schools around the world. These seminars are coordinated and managed by the CGM and designed to meet the interests of the partner institution while focusing on UCLA Anderson's strengths and California's industries and sectors.

Given UCLA Anderson’s global brand recognition and academic excellence, international institutions are keen to send their students to UCLA Anderson. Customizable seminars provide participants with the opportunity to learn from UCLA Anderson faculty about management issues, cutting-edge research, global challenges and business practices in the United States. Seminars typically range from three days to two weeks. Panel discussions, guest speakers and site and cultural visits complement the academic curriculum. For some seminars, MBA students serve as teaching assistants and apply and reinforce the learning they acquire in the core curriculum of the MBA program. The CGM also organizes networking opportunities for visiting students to meet and interact with UCLA Anderson students across the various degree programs. Sample seminars include:  The Business of California (Technology and Entrepreneurship; Entertainment and Media)," "Creating Opportunity Through Disruptive Technology," "Movie Marketing in a Digital Era," "Innovative Management and Social Responsibility," "Dimensions of Finance," and "New Product Development."

*Participants should consult with their local U.S. visa posts for the appropriate visa type to join the UCLA Anderson Global Management Seminars. These are considered business training and therefore participants are not eligible for student visas.

For more information, please contact Lucy Allard