Summer Institute
 

Program Overview

 

The UCLA Anderson Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment & Sports (MEMES) is a leading center for education, thought leadership and industry access.

Our six-week Media, Entertainment and Sports Summer Institute is designed to give undergraduates and recent college graduates the practical skills and business framework to pursue careers in the industry.

2020 PROGRAM DATES: JUNE 22 – JULY 31

 

Through academics and industry-relevant curricular activities, students will learn the principles of business management and how each applies to managing enterprises in media, entertainment and sports

 

STRATEGY

NEGOTIATION

LEADERSHIP

FINANCE

CONTENT CREATION

MARKETING

 

Memes Summer Institute Overview

 
 

Course Offerings

 

All students will select two of four curricular specializations, building a custom educational experience from the following concentrations:

• Managing the Entertainment and Media Enterprise: It is recommended that all students take this course as it will guarantee that all students will have the same starting foundation throughout the program.
• Sports Marketing and Management
• Film & Television Marketing and Management
• Modern Marketing: A New World of Advertising

Managing the Entertainment & Media Enterprise

4 UNITS | With instructor Beverly Macy

Film and Television Marketing and Management

4 UNITS | With instructor Karen Glass (’89)

Sports Marketing and Management

4 UNITS | With instructor Mark Francis

Modern Marketing: A New World of Advertising

4 UNITS | Instructor TBD.

 

Instructors

 

Mark Francis

Sports Management - 4 units

Mali Heled Kinberg

Film and Television Marketing and Management - 4 units

Jae Goodman

Integrated Marketing: 4 units

Beverly Macy

Managing the Entertainment and Media Enterprise - 4 units

 

Schedule

 
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
MANAGING THE ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIA ENTERPRISE
9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
MODERN MARKETING
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
MANAGING THE ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIA ENTERPRISE
9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
MODERN MARKETING
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
LUNCH
OPEN
LUNCH
OPEN
LUNCH
OPEN
LUNCH
OPEN
SPORTS MARKETING & MANAGEMENT
1 - 4 p.m.
FILM & TELEVISION MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT
1 - 4 p.m.
SPORTS MARKETING & MANAGEMENT
1 - 4 p.m.
FILM & TELEVISION MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT
1 - 4 p.m.
 

Important Dates

 
Date
February 15 Summer Institutes Registration Opens
March 2 FAFSA Deadline for UCLA Students
April 1 – 30 UCLA Summer Financial Aid Application for Current UCLA Students Available
May 1 Full Payment via MyUcla Due for All College/Professional Summer Institutes
May 1 Registration Deadline for International Students (Session A)
June 15 Refund Deadline for All College/Professional Summer Institutes
June 24 - August 2 Managing Enterprise in Media, Entertainment and Sports Summer Institute
July 4 Independence Day

For additional information, please visit www.summer.ucla.edu/institutes/MEMES

 

Programs & Fees

 

The program fee includes the course unit fees and supplemental curricular activity fees. This program offers four tracks, all of which carry 8 quarter units of UC credit. Most courses that constitute Summer Business Institutes curricula charge an Instructional Enhancement Initiative (IEI) fee.

Below is a summary of the program fees and other additional fees that may apply. Please note that the non-refundable deposit ($400 for international students, $150 for all others) required for registration prior to the payment deadline is not an additional fee and will apply toward your summer balance. All fees are subject to change without notice.

UC Undergraduate UC Graduate Visiting U.S. Visiting International Visiting UC Undergraduate  Visiting UC Graduate 
Program Fee (same for all tracks) $4,045.00 $4,605.00 $4,653.00 $5,237 $4,256 $4,755
IEI FEE $61* N/A $61* $61* $61* N/A
Document Fee $50** if (applicable)
Health Insurance Not Applicable $375

iStart@UCLA Fee

Not Applicable $59

* Students without a bachelor's degree will be assessed this fee. 

** If applicable, visit Registrar's website for additional information.

For further information please visit www.summer.ucla.edu/institutes/MEMES/feesandpayment

For visa information for international students, please visit www.summer.ucla.edu/institutes/MEMES/visa

 

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world's most dynamic cities — Los Angeles

 

Located in the exciting college community of Westwood, UCLA is a crossroads of cultures, ideas and limitless experiences and opportunities. As a student, you will never run out of things to do. From spending the day at Santa Monica Beach to hiking in Griffith Park to seeing the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, your UCLA Summer experience will open doors and expand your mind.

 

Housing

 

Participants are eligible for UCLA on- or off-campus housing through UCLA Housing Services.

Overview of university-owned housing available to students attending Summer Session at UCLA:

Once enrolled, students are eligible to sign up for UCLA Summer Session housing. To apply online, please select the Summer Housing Application link in the Related Information box. The summer online housing application will be available soon.

For 2016 Summer Business Institute, students will have a choice of living on campus in a residence hall or off campus in University Apartments.



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Additional Questions?

 

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For further information, please visit: https://www.summer.ucla.edu/institutes/MEMES/housingetc