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Fully Employed MBA Program:
Consider All the Options Ahead of You

 

20+

International Study Options

137%

Average Salary Increase
6-8 Years After

Meet Our FEMBAs

 

Get a glimpse of the community you’ll join. You’ll find that UCLA Anderson
is constantly on the move.

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Victoria Lew (FEMBA '19)

Nasim Afsar-Manesh (FEMBA '17)

Kunle Ogunrinde (FEMBA '16)

Find a New Path

“I found myself wanting to make a big career transition out of finance into marketing, and really believing and knowing I needed to do that with an MBA at Anderson. My MBA is an ongoing difference-maker in my life.”

Amber Jackson (FEMBA ’15)
Director, Sales & Retail Development - Warner Bros. Consumer Products

DISTINCTION: FEMBA is a top-ranked MBA offering at UCLA Anderson. U.S. News and World Report has ranked FEMBA “#1 in SoCal” for 24 years (and counting), “Best in the West” for 13 years and “Best in the U.S.” for 2 years.

THE SAME MBA DEGREE: FEMBAs enjoy the same faculty, diploma, alumni network and student clubs offered in the full-time program. Like the full-time MBAs, FEMBA students can also participate in on-campus recruiting and work with their own dedicated career services team to fully realize their professional potential.

THE VALUE OF FIRSTS: FEMBA students also benefit from programs and features that originated at UCLA Anderson, like the Global Access Program, International Studies & Exchanges and the uniquely adaptive Flex hybrid schedule. FEMBA students utilize their new skills right away, gaining precious practical experience and graduating with three years’ more work experience than their full-time peers.

More Options, Fewer Obstacles

We appreciate the significant challenges FEMBA students overcome to achieve their goals — from busy jobs to personal commitments to lengthy commutes, the stakes are often as high as their ambition. That’s why the FEMBA program offers three scheduling options to complete core courses and even more flexibility during the elective phase.

Electives are even more flexible — customize your second- and third-year schedules.

The first half of the program consists of 44 units of core courses, while the second half consists of 36 units of elective courses (scheduled in multiple formats) that may be taken with full-time MBA students during regular hours or up to 8 units outside of UCLA Anderson.

For the required capstone project, choose between being part of a consulting team working for an international tech company with the Global Access Program (GAP) or creating your own business from the ground up with the Business Creation Option (BCO). Students wishing to fast-track have the option of finishing their degree in 27 months, while those needing more time to complete course requirements because of personal or career reasons can extend their studies over five years.

Part-Time Program, Full-Time Resources

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Curriculum-at-a-Glance

 

27-Month Part-Time Program: 80 Units = 44 Core + 36 Elective

Flexible and At-Your-Own-Pace options available when your career or life require them.

SummerFallWinterSpring
YEARJune – AugustSeptember – DecemberJanuary – MarchApril – June
26 – 30 Units
Leadership Foundations
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Mandatory 1-week
on-campus intensive
typically held
the last week of August
Data & Decisions
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Organizational Behavior
Managerial Economics
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Financial Accounting
Marketing Management
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Foundations of Finance
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Optional Elective
36 – 44 Units
Elective
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Elective
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1-week Elective Block
Operations & Technology
Management
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Business Strategy
Elective
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Elective
Elective
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Elective
18 – 26 Units
Global Access
Program or Business
Creation Option
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Elective
Global Access
Program or Business
Creation Option
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Elective

 

 

1st YEAR

26 – 30 Units

Summer

June – August
 

Leadership Foundations

Mandatory 1-week
on-campus intensive
typically held
the last week of August

Fall

September – December
 

Data & Decisions
-
Organizational Behavior

Winter

January – March
 

Managerial Economics
-
Financial Accounting

Spring

April – June
 

Marketing Management
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Foundations of Finance
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Optional Elective

2nd YEAR

36 – 44 Units

Summer

June – August
 

Elective
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Elective
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1-week Elective Block

Fall

September – December
 

Operations & Technology
Management
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Business Strategy

Winter

January – March
 

Elective
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Elective

Spring

April – June
 

Elective
-
Elective

3rd YEAR

18 – 26 Units

Summer

June – August
 

Global Access
Program or Business
Creation Option
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Elective

Fall

September – December
 

Global Access
Program or Business
Creation Option
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Elective

Winter

January – March
 

Spring

April – June
 

Optional one-week Global Immersion or International Exchange electives are available between quarters in more than 20 different countries.

Your Future Network

 

Surround yourself with talented classmates from all backgrounds and industries working for some of the top organizations:

Baxter BioScience

Chevron

Cisco Systems Inc.

Ernst and Young LLP

Fox Entertainment Group

MGM Studios Inc.

 

United Technologies Corporation

Yahoo! Inc.

Abbott

Activision Publishing

AIG

AT&T

Deloitte

General Electric (GE)

Honeywell Aerospace

Johnson & Johnson

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Medtronic

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Oracle Corporation

Pacific Gas & Electric

Raytheon

Southern California Edison

Tesla Motors

Application Deadlines

 

Round 1: Oct. 26, 2021
Interview Day: Nov. 6, 2021
Decision Release: Dec. 17, 2021

Round 2: Jan. 11, 2022
Interview Day: Jan. 22, 2022
Decision Release: Mar. 24, 2022

Round 3: Apr. 5, 2022
Interview Day: Apr. 16, 2022
Decision Release: Jun. 24, 2022

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THE FIRST STEP TO YOUR NEW CAREER

To get in to an MBA program is to cross a threshold into a more promising life. Applying takes some work, sure, but it’s a process of self-examination you will not regret. UCLA Anderson is looking at all aspects of the individual that will benefit the world as a whole. So when you apply, it's not just to earn an MBA, it’s to gain an opportunity to make impact.
 

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Application Basics

 

Deadlines & Decisions

  • Application Deadline
    October 5, 2021
    Decision release date December 14, 2021

  • Application Deadline
    January 4, 2022
    Decision release date March 22, 2022

  • Application Deadline
    April 12, 2022
    Decision Release date May 17, 2022

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What We Look For

 

We define our community by three core qualities: We share success, think fearlessly and drive change. Here are some of the attributes we strive for at UCLA Anderson and look for in prospective applicants:

By Share Success we mean our students should be collaborative and supportive of one another, fully engaged in academic explorations, and be thoughtful when they achieve success.

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When we say Think Fearlessly, we’re looking for people who are passionate, inquisitive and analytical while striving for innovation.

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We’re also looking for those who Drive Change by being original and productive in pursuit of meaningful impact. This means maintaining an optimistic viewpoint during challenging times, employing strategic thinking and, most important, being resilient.

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"Our student body comprises individuals with incredibly wide-ranging experiences — there is no one profile that defines an Anderson student. And our students are seeing job opportunities they hadn't dreamed of. This is the time to invest in your future. Apply and let yourself shine! We can’t wait to get to know you."

Who is in the Class of 2023?

40 Countries Represented, 1 Student Body

32% Minorities42% Women36% International Citizens202 Undergraduate Institutions

See the academic, professional and cultural diversity that gives our MBA Program its strength.

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Our curriculum is designed to lead you to create impact at your career destination. Even our most prestigious alumni in leadership positions recall the business fundamentals they learned in their first year at UCLA Anderson. This powerful set of tools leads you into a more flexible, experiential curriculum in your second year, which includes our real-world master’s thesis to give you unparalleled access to organizations both regionally and globally.

Your Academic Journey

 

Anderson Onboarding

Your first steps in your MBA experience set the tone for the next two years. We introduce you to academics and career preparation early in the summer months to provide you with a strong foundation for success.

Business Fundamentals

Through nine core courses, develop a solid business foundation that will carry you through every stage of your career.

Specialization Options

You choose your own academic journey of elective courses. Pursue one or two of our academic specializations or build your own elective path.

Real-World Master's Thesis

UCLA Anderson’s capstone field study project gives you hands-on client experience and allows you to research and recommend strategic solutions for some of the top companies in the world. You can opt for the Applied Research Management program or embrace the entrepreneurial spirit and launch your own company through the Business Creation Option.

Professional Internships

Learn what it’s like to work with one of the top companies in the world, and gain insider knowledge of the business world with hands-on experience. Test your skills, apply what you’ve learned and explore career options, all while adding to your resume.

To successfully complete their MBA, all UCLA Anderson students need to fulfill a global requirement through any of three channels or a combination of global immersion courses, global management electives and applied management research.

Global Options

Meet Our Faculty

With the help of true experts in their disciplines, you’ll gain an expansive view of key business fundamentals through our nine core courses. Our faculty are both tireless researchers in their fields and experienced L.A. business leaders, so you benefit from a broad set of perspectives.

Academic Centers

Our specialized academic centers give you access to cutting-edge research, conferences and case competitions. You can also leverage their networks of alumni, industry experts and local business professionals to help you achieve your goals.

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World-Class. Global. Challenging. Supportive.

 

UCLA Anderson attracts an astounding range of people, perspectives and opportunities. From underrepresented to military to LGBTQ students, not to mention the international students who make up more than one-third of our class, you’ll find an open-minded and diverse community.

Who is in the Class of 2023?

41 Countries Represented, 1 Student Body

32% Minorities42% Women36% International Citizens202 Undergraduate Institutions

Class of 2023 Top Backgrounds by Industry

 

High Tech22%
Finance21%
Consulting21%
Consumer Goods10%
9%Public/Nonprofit
8%Health Care / Biotech.
5%Entertainment / Media
4%Real Estate

Undergraduate Majors

 

3,085

Applications Received

Work Experience

 

It's the quality of your work experience, not the quantity that matters.

YEARS

Average Experience

More About Us, Career Outcomes and How We Can Help You Get There

 

Download our MBA Brochure and take our key information with you offline.

See the recruiting, hiring and salary trends for the Class of 2020 in the official Parker Employment Report.

See how you can use our academic, career and extra curricular offerings can help you reach your goals while at UCLA Anderson.

Connect With a Student Ambassador

 

Our Admissions Ambassador Corps (AAC) is a group of diverse student leaders who can guide you through life at UCLA Anderson and answer your specific questions about their experiences. Ambassadors lead live webinars on a regular basis and are on call to help you with your process.Connect with a Student
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Everything you need to know

Requirements

 

Carefully review our MBA application requirements below, and please take the time to connect with our community and get acquainted with our resources

  • Application Deadline
    October 5, 2021
    Decision release date Dec 14, 2021

  • Application Deadline
    January 4, 2022
    Decision release date March 22, 2022

  • Application Deadline
    April 12, 2022
    Decision Release date May 17, 2022

Online Application

All applicants must apply to the MBA program online. Applications will be accepted for Fall 2022 starting August 1, 2021. The application fee is $200. Note that we have three admissions rounds, each with its corresponding deadlines and decision release dates listed above.
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Four-year Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent

Candidates must hold a completed undergraduate degree in order to enroll in our MBA program. Usually this is a four-year bachelor's degree, or its equivalent in other countries.

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International applicants with just a three-year undergraduate degree may be admitted if the Admissions Committee determines that their entire academic profile and overall application are strong enough.

  • You should submit scanned copies of your academic records with your application. Only applicants invited to interview should send us official hard-copy documents upon request.
  • Records needed from schools outside the United States include multiple documents as described on the International Students page.
  • We understand the differing rigor of schools and grading scales around the world, and we always evaluate academics within their own context, without converting them to any other system. Grades on scales other than the American 4.0 standard should NOT be converted for reporting purposes on the application. No discrepancy should exist between what you report and what we see on your transcripts.
  • Undergraduate majors of all kinds are welcome in the class. View our class profile to view the undergraduate majors of students in the class.
  • Quantitative preparation is key for performance in our core requirements, so all math-related courses and grades (plus the GMAT-quant score) get special scrutiny.
  • Grade trends are important, and we like to see averages that get better over time as undergraduates learn to thrive in their chosen major. We give you the benefit of the doubt for occasional difficulty in classes, but our students tend to show a consistent level of functioning above their peers.
  • If you want to bolster your academic profile, you could complete additional coursework now and submit the transcript with the application for consideration. MBA-related classes such as calculus, statistics, accounting or finance are preferred.
  • Professional certifications such as CFA, CPA, Chartered Accountant, etc., can add value to your profile and there is a section in the application to note them.
  • Undergraduate courses taken in a term at another institution (e.g., during an exchange program) do not require an additional transcript as long as they appear on the degree-granting school's transcript. You should submit transcripts for all coursework taken after secondary school (high school).
  • To facilitate our evaluation of your degree(s), you may choose to supply a course-by-course credential evaluation report from  World Education Services along with the scanned documents from your school.
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GMAT/GRE

All applicants are required to take the  Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or  Graduate Record Examination (GRE), though no minimum score is required. For an idea of the typical range we admit, see the latest class profile.

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The GMAT and/or GRE test date must be no earlier than five years before the application submission date to be valid, and not later than the deadline date for the round in which you are applying.

We primarily evaluate your top score, but all scores reported to UCLA Anderson are visible to the Admissions Committee.

Current graduate students at the UCLA School of Law or UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine may submit their LSAT or MCAT scores, respectively, in lieu of a GMAT or GRE score.

  • Within the  MBA application, you must report the test date and score you want the Admissions Committee to evaluate.
  • Applications cannot be reviewed without complete test scores (as self-reported by the candidate or officially by the GMAT or GRE office), and applications are only reviewed in the round when scores are received.
  • Official GMAT score reports are sent electronically upon your request from Pearson VUE to UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions (with the School Code 2NZ-2F-24). Official scores are required for admission but not for applying.
  • Official GRE score reports are sent electronically upon your request from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions (with the school code 0771). Official scores are required for admission but not for applying.
  • We primarily evaluate your top score, but all scores reported to UCLA Anderson are visible to the Admissions Committee.
  • No minimum GMAT score is required, and the Admissions Committee has the flexibility to consider all scores in the context of your overall academic preparation and management potential.
  • For further information and testing arrangements, please visit the GMAT or GRE website.
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Work Experience

Although the majority of our students do have full-time work experience, early career and college senior prospective students may still apply.

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We evaluate candidates on their work in any given field after the completion of their undergraduate degree. Backgrounds and interests vary widely among our students, but they all share a vision of how the MBA will empower their future.

  • Quality of experience is more important than quantity.
  • We look at your impact in the context of the time you had and the field you're in.
  • Diverse paths lead to business school, and we find that students learn more when we mix people from every type and level of organization. Your application should show us how you will contribute to the mix of your class.
  • We are most impressed by increasing levels of responsibility over time; those who advance faster than their peers are the people we admit first.
  • The majority of our students are career-switchers using the MBA to leverage roles in a new field. Others will springboard back into higher positions in their current sectors.
  • We admit very few people without at least a year or two of post-baccalaureate work. Our "early career" admits contribute more in terms of academic excellence and contagious study skills.
  • Leadership in work, campus or community organizations helps to demonstrate management potential. Show us that you can commit to an organization, create a vision and motivate others to achieve goals together.
  • Jobs held prior to completing your undergraduate degree may be listed if desired, but our focus is on post-baccalaureate experience.
  • A resume must be submitted with the application and should create a compelling summary of your career, ideally on one page but not more than two pages. However, your resume does not replace the need to complete the Employment Section of the application
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Recommendations

New applicants are required to submit two recommendations. Reapplicants only need to submit one new recommendation. Recommendations should be written by individuals who are well acquainted with your performance in a work setting, preferably from a direct supervisor or manager. Here is a sample letter of recommendation for your reference.

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Here is the how, who, what, where, when and why of recommendations:

How & How Many: Fill out the details within the recommendations section in the application. Two recommendations are required for new applicants and one new recommendation is required for reapplicants (you may ask an individual who submitted a recommendation for you in a prior year to submit a new one). If you need to change your recommender or their e-mail, click “Exclude” (warning: recommender will lose all work already entered) and re-enter via Add Recommender.

Who: Choose recommenders who can speak to your work performance, capabilities, and potential for graduate studies and future career success. Use your best judgment on whom to ask for a recommendation -- direct supervisors are generally preferred, and other options could include current or past supervisors/managers, professional colleagues, and clients (peers, family members, and professors are generally not good selections).

What: The recommendation form asks recommenders to evaluate your strengths and areas of growth, plus rate you across a variety of metrics.

Where: Recommendation forms can only be sent and received electronically so your recommender must have a valid e-mail address.

When: Recommendations should be submitted by the round deadline in which you are applying, and it is your responsibility to ensure we receive recommendations in time. To send a reminder to a recommender, click on the Edit link next to their name and then click the Send Reminder button at the bottom of the pop-up screen. We encourage you to contact your recommenders as soon as possible to give them sufficient time (the recommender’s access code is valid for 180 days from the date you save their information).

Why: We are interested in learning more about your professional past performance, future potential, and overall fit from individuals who have worked closely with you.

Recommendation Questions and Topics*

  1. Please provide a brief description of your interaction with the applicant and, if applicable, the applicant’s role in your organization.
  2. How does the performance of the applicant compare to that of other well-qualified individuals in similar roles? (E.g. what are the applicant’s principal strengths?)
  3. Describe the most important piece of constructive feedback you have given the applicant. Please detail the circumstances and the applicant’s response.

*Please note: Questions and topics listed above are for reference only. Actual submission of letters of recommendation is done online, through the online application system only.

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Essays

We look forward to learning about your perspectives and plans via your essay responses. Essays complement the answers you provide throughout the application to show us your whole profile. The best applications are introspective, genuine and succinct in directly answering our questions and showing clear plans for the future.

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A) Essay: For the 2021-2022 application year, we have one essay question that is required for first-time applicants and optional for re-applicants:

How have recent events influenced the impact you would like to make in your community, career, or both? (250 words maximum)

We welcome reflection on any events that influenced you in your personal or professional lives, or in society in general, and look forward to learning about specific ways you want to leave your mark.

B) Optional Essay: No preference is given in the evaluation process to those who choose to respond to this optional essay, so please use your best judgment:

Are there any extenuating circumstances in your profile about which the Admissions committee should be aware? (250 words maximum)

Reapplicants

Reapplicants are those who applied to the MBA program within the last two application years, so those who applied three or more years ago are considered new applicants.

Reapplicants may answer one or both of the essay questions above as options, and they must provide additional updates within text boxes given in the application for any new test scores, career developments, or other changes since their last application.

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Interviews

Interviews are conducted on an invitation basis only after submitted applications are reviewed. An interview must be completed to be admitted to the program.

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Applications are reread following the interview, comments are added, and then the Admissions Committee decides whether to make an admission offer.

Interviews are rarely the deciding factor in an admissions decision; instead, they typically mirror or round out information already provided in the application. We are interested in getting to know you as an individual and understanding how you'll fit into the next class. We assess your communication skills, social skills and readiness for our program.

  • Instructions on how to set up an interview are provided at the time of invitation.
  • Interviews are conducted via Zoom, and they last approximately 30 minutes.
  • All interviews carry equal weight; they are generally conducted by second-year MBA students who are thoroughly trained on our evaluation metrics and on providing current perspectives for candidates.
  • Interviews are blind in order to avoid interviewer bias. Your interviewer will receive a copy of your resume in advance but will not see your application.
  • Questions are straightforward and generally cover topics already addressed in the application, such as reasons for getting an MBA, short-term and long-term career goals, fit with UCLA Anderson and personal interests.
  • Pre-rehearsed speeches do not make for a good interview. You should be prepared to succinctly walk your interviewer through your resume in 2 minutes or less so that there is ample time left to discuss specific areas your interviewer may want to explore with you.
  • Remember that the word "interview" implies an exchange of views between people, so be ready with pertinent questions and go with the flow of the conversation.
  • Business attire is appropriate for this professional interview, and we check photo identification to ensure integrity.
  • After being invited for an interview you should submit official test scores and official academic records to us, as described in your interview invitation.
  • Hint: Relax, be genuine and enjoy the opportunity for us to get to know each other.
  • We will let you know when we are ready to resume offering on-campus interviews (for those applicants that may wish to interview in person when it is safe). Note that there is no advantage in interviewing in-person or virtually.
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TOEFL / IELTS

TOEFL or IELTS scores are required of all international applicants EXCEPT those from a select list of countries. For more information please refer to  UCLA Graduate Division Office English requirements.

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Please note that work experience in English is not sufficient for a TOEFL/IELTS waiver; the key factor is being educated in English.

The TOEFL and/or IELTS test date must be no earlier than two years before the application submission date to be valid, and not later than the deadline date for the round in which you are applying.

TOEFL and IELTS Considerations:

  • Applicants who were educated in countries where English is not the primary spoken language of daily life are required to take the TOEFL or IELTS, no matter the language used at their school. This includes applicants with degrees from multilingual countries such as India, Nigeria, Pakistan and others.
  • No preference is given to either language test and all scores will be evaluated in conjunction with GMAT verbal scores and the AWA (Analytical Writing Assessment) to determine your true proficiency level.
  • Applications cannot be reviewed without complete test scores (as self-reported by you or officially by the testing firm), and applications are only reviewed in the round during which your scores are submitted.
  • Official TOEFL score reports are sent electronically upon your request from ETS to UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions (with the School Code 4837-02). Official scores are required for admission but not for applying. IELTS are sent electronically upon your request (with school code "Uni of California, Los Angeles-Anderson School of Management"). Please do not send score reports on paper.
  • Work experience in English is not sufficient for a waiver of the language exam requirement.
  • More information on the university's testing rules for all international applicants is available under UCLA Graduate Division's  English requirements.
  • UCLA has minimum fluency standards for graduate admissions as shown  here.
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Reapplicants

Reapplicants are those who submitted a completed MBA application within the previous two years (that is, who applied for the MBA program starting in 2020 or 2021) and received a final decision. The process to reapply is streamlined:

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  • Create a new application.
  • Indicate on the Program page of the application that you are a reapplicant.
  • Submit only one new recommendation (can be same recommender as previous application)
  • Watch for decision notifications according to the standard release schedule.


Please note:

  • Reapplicants are asked to indicate updates on test scores, career, academics, activities, and/or other changes since their last application (under the Reapplicants section on the Program page of the application.) Highlighting progress made since the prior application is the best way to get a different result this time.
  • Reapplicants may answer the Essay question and/or the Optional question, but they are not required.
  • You will be evaluated by the same standards as first-time applicants, so there is no disadvantage to reapplying.
  • Admission Committee members may see previous applications to provide context.
  • Standardized test scores (GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and IELTS) remain on file if previously reported, though scores are subject to expiration dates.
  • You may submit new test scores if desired and, of course, higher scores make an application more competitive.
  • If you would like to get feedback on your application from the past season before reapplying, email [email protected] (please put "Feedback Request" in the subject line) to request feedback notes.
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