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#14 University of California–Los Angeles (Anderson)
Business School Overview
The Anderson School of Management at University of California–Los Angeles offers graduate programs in these departments and concentrations: accounting, consulting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, human resources management, international business, manufacturing and technology management, marketing, management information systems, production/operations management, organizational behavior, real estate, supply chain management/logistics, quantitative analysis/statistics and operations research, and technology. Its tuition is full-time: $48,243 per year (in-state); full-time: $54,530 per year (out-of-state); part-time: $37,590 per year (in-state); part-time: $37,590 per year (out-of-state); executive: $64,780 per year (in-state); and executive: $64,780 per year (out-of-state). At graduation, 71.9 percent of graduates of the full-time program are employed.
At the University of California—Los Angeles Anderson School of Management, there are no majors, tracks, or concentrations. Traditional M.B.A. students complete a year of core business classes followed by a year of self-selected courses. Students can explore other academic disciplines in as many as three electives or can complete one of 10 concurrent degree programs, including an M.B.A./J.D. through the UCLA School of Law and an M.B.A./M.D. through the UCLA Geffen School of Medicine.
Students can earn a graduate business degree on weekends and evenings through the Fully Employed M.B.A. or Executive M.B.A. programs. The Anderson School of Management also offers Ph.D. and Master of Financial Engineering degrees. The school partners with the National University of Singapore to offer a Global Executive M.B.A., and other M.B.A. students interested in studying abroad have exchange programs, immersion trips, and global field studies to consider.
In Los Angeles, the school has several specialized centers, including the Laurence and Lori Fink Center for Finance & Investments, the Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate, and the UCLA Anderson Forecast. There are about 350 daytime M.B.A. students in each class, and about a third of daytime M.B.A. students are foreign born. UCLA Anderson is one of about 10 schools involved in the Challenge for Charity, which raises funds for the Special Olympics, Junior Achievement, and Project ECHO. Students can also get involved outside of the classroom in about 30 groups. Students can live in university apartments or can find housing throughout Los Angeles.
There are more than 37,000 graduates in the UCLA Anderson alumni network, and some particularly notable graduates include Mitch Kupchak, general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers; Kelly Perdew, a winner on the reality TV series The Apprentice; and Richard Herzer, former CEO of the International House of Pancakes.
|Application deadline (U.S. residents)||April 17|
|Application deadline (international students)||April 17|
|Gender distribution (full-time)|
|Full-time: $48,243 per year (in-state)
Full-time: $54,530 per year (out-of-state)
Part-time: $37,590 per year (in-state)
Part-time: $37,590 per year (out-of-state)
Executive: $64,780 per year (in-state)
Executive: $64,780 per year (out-of-state)
|Required fees (full-time and part-time)||N/A|
|Required fees (executive degree program)||N/A|
|Average base salary||$105,556|
|Full-time graduates employed at graduation||71.9%|
|Application Deadline||Interview||Decision Released|
October 22, 2015 2016
|by invitation only||January 28, 2015 2016|
January 7, 2015 2016
|by invitation only||April 2, 2015 2016|
April 15, 2015 2016
|by invitation only||June 3, 2015 2016|
- Our MBA admissions season is divided into three Rounds by the submission deadline dates shown in the chart above.
- Completed applications must be received by 11:59 PM Pacific Time on the deadline day to be evaluated in that Round.
- To be fair to all applicants we evaluate only completed applications received by the deadline, so if your application is incomplete or if you want to add information later, then your application has to move to a later Round for consideration.
- You should apply when your application is as strong as possible, even if it means waiting until a later Round to submit it.
- Rounds 1 and 2 are comparable in competitiveness.
- There is no difference in applying early or late within a given Round.
- Round 3 becomes more competitive as seats in the class fill up, and we look for distinctive profiles to round out the student mix.
- Round 3 admits include strong candidates from around the world, and getting a student visa in time for fall enrollment is easy.
- Earlier admits enjoy greater availability of fellowships, housing and networking events, so you should apply as soon as your candidacy looks strong.
International Diversity: About one-third of each incoming MBA class is students from outside the United States, as a conscious effort on our part to diversify the school’s global perspective.
- You should understand how business is done around the world and how to lead diverse multi-national teams in any workplace.
- Students from different educational and cultural backgrounds show each other how to approach issues from fresh viewpoints.
- UCLA Anderson alumni become the best ambassadors for the program worldwide
Balanced Representation: We seek an international balance of students within each class.
- No admission quotas exist for any country, as we seek to admit the best candidates from each nation.
- You are encouraged to submit an application that highlights the distinctiveness of your profile and leadership potential.
- Competition for admission varies from place to place and year to year.
- Your primary citizenship listed on your application is used for evaluation purposes.
- All applicants who do not apply with U.S. citizenship are considered international, though U.S. permanent residents do not require a student visa to enroll.
- Only U.S. citizens and permanent residents may qualify for California residency for tuition purposes if they meet the university’s requirements (see Residency FAQ’s).
International Academic Records: The MBA Admissions Committee uses the document copies uploaded with each application to conduct a preliminary evaluation of academic qualifications:
- You are evaluated in the context of your own country’s school system and grading scale – grades are never converted to the American 4.0 scale.
- These academic documents, certified as official with the school’s original seal, should be sent upon request only and after admission:
- Complete transcript in the native language of the country and a certified translation of the transcript into English
- Degree certificate or diploma copy in the native language of the country, showing the exact degree received and date awarded and certified translation of the degree certificate into English
- You should not mail in any papers unless instructed to do so in an admission letter.
- A completed undergraduate degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s degree is required for graduate student admission at UCLA, and we can only judge this equivalency once a full application is submitted.
- Additional degrees earned beyond a bachelor’s-level program are part of our evaluation, for example (a master’s degree or PGDM (Post-Graduate Diploma in Management). However, professional certifications (e.g., chartered accountant, CPA or CFA) are not considered academic degrees, though they can be noted on the application.
- To facilitate our evaluation of your degree(s), you may choose to supply a credential evaluation report from World Education Services.
English Language Proficiency Examinations (TOEFL and IELTS) Succeeding in the UCLA Anderson MBA Program requires prior mastery of English. All applicants who were not educated in English must prove their fluency by taking either the TOEFL or IELTS test, as described in Application Requirements.
Student Visas: Upon admittance, UCLA works with newly-admitted students to obtain a visa from the U.S. government as follows:
- If you need a visa, you must first submit all your original academic documents and accept our offer of admission. After your documents are approved you will be sent a link to the forms required to apply for a visa.
- Almost all international students get an F-1 visa. After reviewing all documentation, UCLA sends a Form I-20 for you to obtain the actual visa at a U.S. consulate in your home country.
- Students sponsored by an organization or firm may get a J-1 visa instead, after receiving a Form DS-2019 from UCLA.
- U.S. government regulations only allow students to enter the United States in mid-August, a few weeks before the mandatory class orientation program begins.
- For information regarding student visa information please consult the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars.
Official website: http://www.anderson.ucla.edu
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