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Researching MBA Programs

The process of selecting the right schools to apply is extremely important. Fortunately, there are numerous avenues to explore when researching MBA programs. We enjoy reaching out to prospective students like yourself to offer guidance and insights. Below you will find a few recommended resources to learn more about MBA programs –

Web Resources:

Many of you will likely begin your search on the internet, and there’s no better way to gather information about MBA programs than by visiting their official websites. These websites are treasure troves of valuable information, offering details about the admissions process, curriculum, student life, and career placement statistics. Delving into these websites will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of what each program seeks in applicants and whether it aligns with your aspirations. At UCLA Anderson, we also maintain a blog, and you can find us on social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram, providing additional insights into our community. Furthermore, you can complete an inquiry form to receive updates about upcoming events via email.

Campus Experience:

Many schools host on-campus experiences, and we are thrilled to host candidates at UCLA Anderson. Visiting the campus allows you to immerse yourself in the school’s atmosphere and envision whether it could be your home for the next two years. A campus visit is a customizable adventure, allowing you to tailor your experience to your preferences. It may include attending a class, engaging in informal conversations with current students over coffee, taking a guided tour of the campus, and participating in an informative session about the program. These interactions will connect you with current first and second-year students who can offer diverse perspectives on what it’s like to be part of the #AnderFam community.    Click here to register

Virtual Meet-Ups:

For those unable to visit the campus in person, most schools, including UCLA Anderson, offer virtual alternatives to help you explore their programs. Our virtual campus experiences mirror the on-campus ones, featuring virtual information sessions and chats with our students. Additionally, you can take a guided virtual tour of the campus and its surrounding communities, allowing you to gain a sense of the environment.


Don’t underestimate the power of your existing network. Colleagues or friends who have pursued MBA programs, or those who know someone who has, can be invaluable resources for firsthand information and personal experiences. They can provide unique insights that you won’t find on official websites or in brochures.

These recommendations offer just a glimpse of the many research avenues available when considering MBA programs. The more diligent your research, the more informed your decisions will be when selecting schools to apply to and, ultimately, where to enroll. Your journey to finding the perfect MBA program begins with exploration and discovery.

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