November 16, 2004

UCLA NUS EMBAWHAT: Come learn more about a unique dual-degree executive MBA program created by UCLA and National University of Singapore (NUS).  The UCLA-NUS EMBA Program ( is a part-time, intensive 15-month course of study that leads to two MBA degrees, one from UCLA and one from NUS.  The program consists of six intensive two-week segments conducted in residence in Singapore, Los Angeles and Shanghai.

Program participants will receive a well-balanced general management education that provides the breadth and depth of knowledge and skills necessary for managing a multinational organization.  They will also have an opportunity to establish a strong international network with senior executives in United States and Asia.

Designed for executives, the UCLA-NUS EMBA program is timely in light of China’s entry into the World Trade Organization and the recently concluded U.S.-Singapore Free Trade Agreement, which require business leaders who can think globally and act locally.  This program is particularly valuable for those interested in doing business in both the United States and Asia.

WHO: Professor Chris Erickson, UCLA's faculty director for the UCLA-NUS Executive MBA Program, will be on hand to discuss program specifics, including program structure, admissions, curriculum and fees.  Current participants in the program will be available to discuss their experiences.

WHEN: Thursday, Dec. 2, 2004
7:00-8:30 p.m.

WHERE: UCLA Anderson School of Management, Cornell Hall D307

RSVP: RSVP is requested.  Please visit the following link to register: 

PARKING: Parking will be available in Lot 4, adjacent to UCLA Anderson School of Management at a cost of $7.

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