UCLA Anderson EMBA Program Information

The UCLA Anderson EMBA is an MBA program from UCLA Anderson School of Management. In Singapore, students can apply for the course through National University of Singapore (NUS), via their UCLA - NUS Executive MBA Double Degree program.

UCLA Anderson EMBA is ranked and recognised by major business publications. Financial Times ranked their MBA program at #25 internationally in year 2015, which represents an improvement of 2 positions over the previous year.

In 2011, CNNMoney ranked UCLA Anderson EMBA the 7th best EMBA program in the United States. Businessweek gives the school's MBA a ranking of 18th.

Program Structure
This EMBA program was designed for senior executives, and the course takes place in 4 different countries - Singapore, Los Angeles, Shanghai, and Bangalore. The duration of the program is 15 months, and upon graduation, students will have an MBA from UCLA Anderson and NUS.

The curriculum is delivered through 6 sessions, each session is 2 weeks long, and they're held every three months. Students fly in for their classes, commit full-time for 2 weeks in a concentrated study format, and return back to their countries and career, until their next session.

8 to 12 weeks before the start of each session, students will receive their study materials, so they can do self-study and preparations for their classes.

There are 17 modules in UCLA - NUS Executive MBA program, they are as follows:
  1. Leadership and Managerial Skills
  2. Asian Business Environment
  3. Economic Analysis for Managers
  4. Financial Accounting
  5. Data Analysis & Management Decisions
  6. Marketing Strategy & Policy
  7. Logistics and Operations Management
  8. Corporate Governance, Business Law & Ethics
  9. Corporate Finance
  10. Negotiations Behavior
  11. Corporate Entrepreneurship
  12. International Management Strategies
  13. Contemporary Issues in Business (Services Marketing & Customer Asset Management)
  14. Competitive Strategy & Business Policy
  15. Management of Technology & Innovation
  16. Strategic Leadership & Strategy Implementation
  17. Management Practicum

Entry Requirements
Students who wish to qualify for the program, must meet these minimum requirements:
  1. At least 10 years of full-time work experience, and a current position with high-level managerial responsibility.
  2. A bachelor's or equivalent degree from a regionally accredited institution
    1. An average grade of B or above for their undergraduate coursework
    2. Degree representing completion of at least four years of study, with above average scholarship from a university
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is not a requirement for program admission, however, for students who might not have had very good academic results, a good GMAT score would help their chances of entering the program.

Learn more about UCLA - NUS Executive MBA here.
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