UCLA - NUS Executive MBA

OUR PROGRAM

Program Overview

The UCLA-NUS Executive MBA attracts senior working professionals with a record of achievement and leadership ability who would like to gain an extensive education with a primary focus on Asia and North America.

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Curriculum

The program curriculum design carefully ensures that participants develop an integrated cross-functional knowledge of business from a cross-cultural perspective. Participants will also hone analytical problem-solving skills directly relevant to the most critical global business and organizational issues. The course also aims to enhance inter-personal leadership, communication and teamwork skills.

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Program Calendar

Completion of the UCLA - NUS Executive MBA program leads to two MBA degrees, one awarded by UCLA Anderson School of Management and one by the NUS Business School. Each degree requires satisfactory completion of all necessary degree requirements of both institutions. Students will complete a total of 72 credits - 36 credits from each college – that culminate in a two-part Management Practicum.

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Program Structure

Our innovative program structure comprises of 6 two-week segments over a 15-month period, allowing participants to accommodate the demanding schedules of busy executives who might be located in any geographic region and cannot attend locally based programs.

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Management Practicum

The Management Practicum is an extensive consulting project designed to allow UCLA – NUS Executive MBA participants an opportunity to “test-drive” the management skills acquired in the program on real-life business dilemmas.

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UCLA - NUS EMBA Program Office
NUS Business School
National University of Singapore
Mochtar Riady Building, Level 4
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119245

Tel: (65) 6516-1351
Fax: (65) 6775-9097
Email: ucla@nus.edu.sg

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