Anderson Launches Global EMBA for the Americas

UCLA Anderson School of Management has become the latest American business school to partner with a foreign institution to launch a global EMBA, Financial Times is reporting.

The school is launching a dual degree with Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Escuela de Negocios (UAI) in Chile. The UCLA-UAI Global Executive MBA program will be taught in English and participants will be awarded a degree from both institutions.

The program consists of quarterly two-week courses held in Miami, Los Angeles, São Paulo and Santiago. The first module of this part-time international MBA program begins in April at the UAI Miami campus in Florida.

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