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UCLA Anderson Global Executive MBA Program for Asia Pacific

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The Global EMBA for Asia Pacific program is a joint development by UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and the National University of Singapore’s Business School. The program features immersion in the exotic locales of Bangalore, Shanghai, Los Angeles, and Singapore.

The program is structured into six two-week sessions held in all four of the countries listed above. Spanning over 15 months, the program is designed to accommodate the complex and demanding scheduling of actively working senior professionals. The curriculum is oriented towards general management and consists of 16 course modules and a two-part Management Practicum conducted in conjunction with 6 two-week sessions that span a 15-month period.

All participants in the program spend two sessions each at UCLA Anderson in Los Angeles and at the National University of Singapore, as well as one session each in Shanghai and Bangalore.

The program seeks prospective students with a minimum of ten years’ full-time work experience after receiving a bachelor’s degree, a demonstration of leadership qualities from high-level managerial experience, an extensive level of international exposure, and an ability to work well with people from different backgrounds and cultures.

The Latest  Rankings for UCLA Anderson Global Executive MBA 

Poets & QuantsN/A2766
The EconomistN/A3N/AN/AN/A
Financial TimesN/A5554

Source: P&Q analysis

Application Deadlines (Rolling)

The final application deadline for the UCLA Anderson Global EMBA Program for the Asia Pacific is on January 15th 2015, with the program start and finish dates in May 2015 and August 2016, respectively. Applicants are encouraged to apply early to the Asia Pacific Global EMBA program. It’s also crucial for applicants to remember to apply to both UCLA Anderson and the National University Singapore.