International Applicants Fall into Two Categories:
Both categories are required to follow the steps outlined below.
Non-U.S. citizens/permanent residents (these applicants must obtain a work visa on their own)
Citizens/permanent residents with undergraduate degrees from outside the U.S.
Applicants educated at institutions outside the United States must have completed a minimum of 16 years of study, including 4 years at the college or university level with a bachelor’s degree or recognized equivalent from an accredited institution. No specific undergraduate major is required. UCLA Anderson’s EMBA Admissions Committee uses mark sheets and degree certificates to evaluate applicants’ academic qualifications.