Anderson School’s new global executive M.B.A. program graduates its first class
Nineteen enthusiastic members of UCLA Anderson’s first Global Executive MBA for the Americas program
graduated on Jan. 23 in the school’s Korn Convocation Hall. The program, offered jointly by UCLA and the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI), is designed for senior executives and other professionals who seek a world-class management education to lead their organizations in Latin America or the Americas. UCLA-UAI’s inaugural class — which included executives from Mexico, Guatemala, Brazil and Chile — attended six quarterly two-week modules in Miami, Los Angeles, São Paulo and Santiago, earning two M.B.A. degrees in the process.