April 03, 2006

UCLA Anderson MBA Program ranked #10 in U.S.News & World ReportLOS ANGELES  — UCLA Anderson School of Management’s MBA program moves up one place to 10th in this year’s U.S.News & World Report rankings of business schools.  This marks the fourth consecutive year in which UCLA Anderson has risen in these rankings.

“This is yet another indication of the strong standing of the UCLA Anderson MBA degree and the caliber of our students, alumni and faculty,” said Judy Olian, dean, UCLA Anderson School of Management.

UCLA Anderson’s Fully Employed MBA program was ranked 4th, a position it has held for the last four years.  The Executive MBA program also retained its 8th place ranking from last year.

In peer ratings of various academic disciplines and specialty areas, UCLA Anderson continues to rank in the top levels in the following fields:

Finance -7th
Entrepreneurship – 10th
Nonprofit -10th
International – 11th
Marketing – 12th
Production Operations – 12th
Management – 13th

The full U.S.News & World Report rankings list is available at the following Web site:


These rankings results will be published in the 2007 edition of the U.S.News & World Report newsstand book, America's Best Graduate Schools, which will be available on Monday, April 3.  Elements of the rankings will also appear in the upcoming weekly edition of U.S.News & World Report, also coming out April 3.

About UCLA Anderson School of Management
UCLA Anderson School of Management is ranked among the top-tier business schools in the world.  Award-winning faculty renowned for their research and teaching, highly selective admissions, successful alumni and world-class facilities combine to provide an extraordinary learning environment.

The mission of UCLA Anderson School of Management is to be a global leader in management education, research and service. Established in 1935, UCLA Anderson provides management education to more than 1,400 students enrolled in MBA and doctoral programs, and some 2,000 executives and managers enrolled annually in executive education programs. UCLA Anderson alumni number more than 34,000 graduates around the world dedicated to continued networking, professional development and educational activities.

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