UCLA Anderson’s New Global Requirement

In a brief update to UCLA Anderson School of Management‘s MBA Insider’s Blog, the school announced Tuesday that beginning with the class of 2012, MBA students will have to fulfill an international requirement as part of their course of study.

This requirement can be fulfilled in one of three ways: 1) take an international elective, 2) spend a term abroad at one of more 50 premier global partner business schools, or 3) complete an international Applied Management Research (AMR) project.

We’ll tell you more about this new requirement as information becomes available.

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