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The MSBA experience isn’t limited to the classroom. With access to over 50 Anderson student clubs and organizations as well as the overall UCLA campus, MSBAs make the most out of a truly immersive experience.
 
Southern California is one of the most vibrant and exciting geographic areas, with cutting-edge commercial activities and unparalleled access to cultural and recreational opportunities. Los Angeles is a global city where culture, business and industry blend into opportunity. This is where four million people power the world's 15th largest economy. UCLA is a crossroads of ideas, cultures and limitless experiences and opportunities. The iconic UCLA campus is set in Westwood, one of the leading residential areas of Los Angeles, and is adjacent to Bel Air, Brentwood and Beverly Hills. The campus is easily accessible by car and public transportation from freeways and major thoroughfares. Theaters, sporting events, performances and leisure activities are all available either within or just beyond the borders of the UCLA campus.

We Share Success

We believe the best route to success is through collaboration.

We Think Fearlessly

Here you will be encouraged to push past the expected with your thinking.

We Drive Change

Our students, faculty and alumni are committed to questioning the status quo and making an impact.

Be Bold • You Are Always On • Be Heard • Own the Room
 
These are the MSBA program mantras. Here, you will quickly understand how data will empower you to live out these tenets in your work.
What We Believe
 
Your Network of Success
 
Your Professional Relationships Start Here

Meet your future colleagues through our student clubs, which encourage classmates from a broad range of backgrounds to mix business and socializing through events, fundraisers and more. Our clubs represent an essential component of UCLA Anderson's unique culture, uniting an array of professional, cultural, social and athletic interests.

Clubs and Associations

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On-Campus Activities
 

UCLA Athletics

UCLA leads the nation with 118 NCAA team championships and 13 total national championships. Students can purchase discounted tickets at the UCLA Central Ticket Office.

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Melnitz Movies

Presented by the UCLA Graduate Students Association and the ASUCLA Student Interaction Fund, Melnitz Movies exhibits free screenings of brand new, cult, and classic films.

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UCLA Recreation

The John Wooden Recreation and Sports Center offers multiple gyms, five racquetball/handball courts, a rock wall, two squash courts, a weight-training facility, exercise/dance rooms, a martial arts room and a games lounge.

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UCLA Store at Ackerman

The biggest UCLA store location offers BearWear (UCLA emblematic), BookZone, the Computer Store, Essentials (school and office supplies), Fast Track (sportswear), a Market (snacks, health and beauty) and more.

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On-Campus Museums

Catch an art exhibit at one of UCLA’s three museums: Fowler Museum of Cultural History, the Grunwald Center for Graphic Arts or UCLA Hammer Museum.

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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
 
At UCLA Anderson, we’re proud to have an equitable, diverse and inclusive community that offers the best climate for business education. We welcome students, staff and faculty from every background and recognize that inclusion cannot just be valued; it must be practiced.
Other Attractions
 
Santa Monica Pier

Revisit days gone by at a mini-amusement park perched over the water. With a roller coaster, a ferris wheel and plenty of kitschy booths, this is old-fashioned fun.

Beaches

From Santa Monica to Redondo and beyond, the beaches are a great place to pick up a game of volleyball, do some surfing, enjoy people watching or just watch the sun set into the ocean.

Hollywood

Tinseltown! The entertainment capital of the world offers opportunities to see TV shows filmed live, attend red carpet events, watch advance screenings of movies and engage in entertainment industry networking events. And you're just sightseeing, the Walk of Fame and the Hollywood sign are a short ride away.

Downtown L.A.

No longer just a business district, this is where some of the world’s best museums, architecture, concert venues and cuisine reside. From a glass sliding board 70 floors above the city to the historic Grand Central Market, a foodie hub, DTLA makes you feel even more alive.

Amusement Parks

Students can take advantage of UCLA discounts for some of the world’s premiere theme parks, including Disneyland, Universal Studios, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Knott’s Berry Farm and more.

Movies

There are a large number of movie theaters near UCLA, and Westwood has, historically, hosted film premieres at the Village Theater. Anyone is welcome to stand to the side and star gaze as celebrities arrive in their limousines!