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UCLA Anderson School of Management ranks among the top-tier business schools in the world, producing leaders in finance, marketing, accounting and business economics.
The UCLA Anderson School of Management — a global leader among business and management schools — was the first professional school established at UCLA. The newly created College of Commerce, as it was called then, admitted its first students in fall 1936 and offered training in four disciplines: accounting, finance, marketing and general business.
Today, UCLA Anderson annually educates more than 1,600 students enrolled in M.B.A. and doctoral programs, and approximately 2,000 executives and managers in executive education programs. The school’s departments are perennially ranked among the best in the world, and its faculty, renowned for their research and teaching, combine with rigorous academic programs, successful alumni and world-class facilities to provide an unmatched learning environment in the heart of Southern California.
Among UCLA Anderson’s many innovative programs and centers built through the combination of private and public support is the award-winning UCLA Anderson Forecast, one of the most widely watched and often-cited economic outlooks for California and the nation; the Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate, a collaboration between UCLA Anderson and the UCLA School of Law that provides the real estate community with economic and demographic research; the Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, which advances both the theory and practice of entrepreneurship while preparing M.B.A. students for the challenges of management; and the Riordan Programs, which foster diversity in the business community.
UCLA Anderson’s three core principles: share success, think fearlessly and drive change
UCLA Anderson students and graduates "Think in the Next."
Students collaborate to solve real-world problems facing organizations and communities.
Prominent speakers draw 7,000+ students, alumni and practitioners to events each year.
11 student associations affiliated with centers organize 27 major conferences annually.
Graduates think fearlessly and drive change in ways that advance a positive future.
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