The UCLA Anderson School FEMBA Admissions Committee considers a number of factors in selecting candidates for the program: past academic performance, admission essays, employment history, letters of recommendation, GMAT or GRE and other test scores, motivation and career progression. The Committee also values diverse perspectives gained through studying and interacting with professionals from a variety of functional areas, industry segments and cultural backgrounds. Candidates are carefully selected for their overall abilities and the contributions they make to their own educational process.
No specific undergraduate major is required. All eligible candidates must hold at least a four-year bachelor’s degree from a college or university of fully-recognized standing. Applicants who have attended institutions outside the United States should have completed at least 16 years of study, including 4 years at the college or university level. Strong quantitative proficiency is required of all candidates, regardless of undergraduate major.