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Full-Time MBA Rankings

Bloomberg Businessweek: 22

News World Report: 15

Financial Times: 30

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News World Report: 3

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Full-Time MBA Employments

Median Base Salary: $110,000

Median Salary with Bonus: $149,608

% Employed After Graduation: 89.0

Application Essay Prompts

"For the 2017 - 2018 application year (to start in 2018), new applicants must respond to one essay and one short answer question. Reapplicants are required to respond to the reapplicant essay. New Applicants: - Essay Question: Describe your short-term and long-term career goals. How can the UCLA Anderson experience add value to your professional development? (500 words maximum) - Short Answer Question: Describe how you would contribute to the UCLA Anderson community. (250 words maximum) Reapplicants: Applicants who applied for the MBA program in the previous two years. - Reapplicant Question: Please describe your career progress since you last applied and ways in which you have enhanced your candidacy. Include updates on short-term and long-term career goals, as well as your continued interest in UCLA Anderson. (750 words maximum) Optional Question: The following question is optional and can be submitted by either first time applicants or reapplicants. No preference is given in the evaluation process to applicants who submit a response to the optional question. - Optional Question: Are there any extenuating circumstances in your profile about which the Admissions Committee should be aware? Please use your best judgment. (250 words maximum) Please note: Your essays are the primary way for you to share your perspectives and plans with the admissions committee. The best essays are introspective, genuine and succinct in directly answering our questions and responding to our topics. You should try to distinguish yourself by showing what makes you different from others who share similar profiles. Personal expression is what we are looking for, not platitudes. Making a strong case for your future plans requires you to first do research on career paths and find one that resonates. Even if this target will change during business school, your application essays should lay out a clear trajectory for short-term and long-term goals. Do this by demonstrating how you expect to build on skills from your past, and those you expect to gain from the MBA. Essays are more compelling if they include specific courses, programs, groups, opportunities, activities, etc. from which you would benefit, if admitted to UCLA Anderson. These references are best found through website research, personal discussions and a campus visit (if possible). Content and clarity are key elements, as we seek superior communication skills. Style is a consideration, too, although we understand that those who speak other languages may have different manners of expression in English. We do check your essays for plagiarism, so make sure you always submit your own work. Length does not equal strength. A well-written short essay can have even more impact than a longer essay. Please try to respect the word limits indicated above. All essay and short answer responses are to be submitted in written form only. All essay and short answer responses are to be entered directly in the text box provided in your application."

Part-Time MBA Employments

Median Base Salary: $89,376

% Employed After Graduation: 74.0

Application Essay Prompts

"Please give the essay questions in your online application your full, undivided attention. The clarity with which you communicate your accomplishments and goals factors heavily in the FEMBA selection process. Click learn more below to view essay questions. FEMBA Essay 1: (500 words) I am unique because... FEMBA Essay 2: (500 words) What are your goals at UCLA Anderson and in your short-term and long-term career? Optional Essay: (500 words) Are there any additional circumstances in your profile about which the Admissions Committee should be aware? If any of these scenarios apply to you, please address specifically: If you are not currently employed full time, please explain your employment situation right now and your career search plan to be employed by the beginning of the program. If you are currently enrolled in another MBA program, please clarify your status in that program (standing, % complete, etc.), and explain your reason for wanting to begin UCLA Anderson."

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Full-Time Key Statistics

Full-Time MBA Students: 354

Average GMAT: 715

GMAT Score Range: 680-750

Average Age: 28.0

Average Work Experience: 5.0 Years

Rolling Admissions: No

% Students who are Women: 38.0%

International Students: 31.0%

Number of Applicants: 4129

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Deadline 1: 10/06/2017

Deadline 2: 01/22/2018

Deadline 3: 04/23/2018

Part-Time Key Statistics

Part-Time MBA Students: 320

Average GMAT: 680

GMAT Score Range: 620-730

Average Age: 30.0

Average Work Experience: 7.0 Years

Rolling Admissions: No

% Students who are Women: 27.0%

International Students: 10.0%

Number of Applicants: 716

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