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    Student Perspectives: Unpacking the Acronyms – What does ACT actually mean?

    January 17th, 2018

    This post is a part of the Student Perspectives series – each post is written by a current UCLA Anderson student, and provides first-hand perspectives and experiences about being an MBA student at UCLA Anderson.


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    Many top business schools are facing a serious problem: overuse of acronyms. Anderson is no different in that regard. Here at Anderson we have acronyms for everything: ACT, IPT, OB, STS, AA, ASA… and about 1,000 other things. That said, Anderson IS different from other business schools in a number of ways, and our ACT groups are one of them.

    ACT — which stands for Anderson Career Team — is a part of our Parker Career Series that is led entirely by second year students. 

    ACT at-a-glance:
    Size: 8-10 first year students, and the 2 second year coaches who volunteer their time to support us
    Frequency: 1 time a week for 1 hour during fall quarter
    Activities: All ACT groups will help with resume reviews, application questions, interview prep, and general guidance from a peer who has just been through the process. The specifics of what ACT groups do will vary a bit different depending on the industry and coaches.

    My Experience:
    I might be biased, but I feel pretty confident that my ACT group, the HR and Human Capital ACT group led by Ali McCarty and Rob Kirkpatrick, is bar-none the best ACT group on campus this year. As a would-be consultant, I’ve been learning how to organize concepts into buckets, so here are three major buckets or areas where my ACT group and coaches have helped me so far:

    Exposure:
    Bringing in an incredible line-up of Anderson Alums to chat with our 10-person ACT group each week
    -Jess Kimball ‘15 – Global Head of Diversity at Mattel (read more about Jess here)
    -Britney Sussman ‘16 – Sr. Consultant in Deloitte’s Human Capital Practice (read more about Britney here)
    -Lauren Yang ’17 – Capital Group CHARGE HR Leadership Development Program

    Knowledge:
    Sharing information to make sure we are all prepared for interviews and recruitment events
    -Weekly presentations on industry trends: each week a different member of our group presents to the others on hot topics in the industry
    -Resume reviews and interview prep: I’ve gotten great feedback on my resume from my group mates and coaches
    -Highlighting on-campus events that we should attend: making sure that we don’t miss anything that’s really important (as an MBA student, you will get SO MANY e-mail blasts…it’s easy to miss things)

    Support + Community:
    All the other little things you’d want from a team:
    -Ali answering panicked text messages from me about a case competition I was in
    -Rob being around to offer encouragement and make sure I was meeting practitioners at a very large, very intimidating networking function
    -ACT team Happy Hours at Wolfgang Puck (the only place on campus that can serve beer!)

     

    TL;DR:
    If you want to know whether an MBA program is really collaborative or just says they are — ask what the Second Years do for the First Years. The fact that our ACT coaches go above and beyond to support us through the recruitment process really speaks to our Anderson value of #ShareSuccess.

     

    – Melinh Rozen '19

     


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    Student Blogger: 
    Melinh Rozen '19

    Hometown:
    Bethesda, MD

    Undergraduate Studies: 
    Emory University – English Literature

    Pre-Anderson:
    Everest Education and Teach For America

    Post-MBA Goals:
    Consulting

    Activities@Anderson:
    Section Vice President of Diversity, Admissions Ambassador Corps, IDeA First Year Director, Management Consulting Association, Net Impact, OUT@Anderson Ally


     


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    Instagram @uclaMBA #TuesdayTakeover: Jason Cole ’19

    January 16th, 2018

    Introducing you to today's Instagram #TuesdayTakeover student, Jason Cole! Jason will be taking over our Instagram account @uclamba for a whole day today to show everyone a "Day in the Life" of a UCLA Anderson student!

    Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about a "Day in the Life" as a UCLA Anderson MBA!


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    Name:
    Jason Cole

    Hometown:
    Overland Park, Kansas

    Undergraduate Studies:
    Howard University - 
    Finance

    Pre-Anderson: 
    Capital Group and
    Deloitte Consulting

    Post-MBA Goals
    Private Wealth Management



    LEARN MORE ABOUT JASON

    Academic Specializations: Investment Management

    Leadership@Anderson:

    • Director of Private Wealth Management – Investment Finance Association
    • Riordan Scholar's Mentor
    • 1st Year Rep – Admissions Ambassador Corps

    Clubs@Anderson:

    • Investment Finance Association
    • Black Business Student Association
    • Sports Business Association
    • Riordan Scholars Mentorship Program
    • Anderson Intermural Flag Football
    • Admissions Ambassador Corps


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    Student Perspectives: Reflecting on the Anderson Experience

    January 11th, 2018

    This post is a part of the Student Perspectives series – each post is written by a current UCLA Anderson student, and provides first-hand perspectives and experiences about being an MBA student at UCLA Anderson.


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    As I come back from Winter Break and the holidays, it’s a good time to recognize how happy and thankful I am to have joined the UCLA Anderson community.

    When you come to business school, second year students will tell you to juggle social, class, and recruiting. The three prominent aspects of MBA life will vie for your time and, based on personal decisions, you will determine the focus areas. The social, class, and recruiting aspects also provide a good framework to describe my business school experience and relationships formed.

    CLASS: I am drawn to learn when my professors are invested in making me successful. Professors have spent time outside of office hours to explain derivatives in economics or calculate the probability in binomial distributions in statistics. And, professors always seek to keep the conversation relevant and bring in their own research whether it’s debating Peter Thiel’s ideology on monopolies or showcasing how Nortel Networks hid losses through accounts receivable reserves. Professors are passionate about their fields and want to channel their knowledge to help make future business leaders.

    The opportunities for learning are within your fingertips whether through the official tutoring and office hours or the unofficial help from a friend. Classmates have volunteered to catch me up on a homework assignment, explain economic intuition, or spend time post review session going over a tricky accounting problem. One of our mottos at Anderson is Sharing Success and even in class we are really just competitive with ourselves. Before starting a midterm or final, I will often hear “Go Section B.”

    I am thankful for the amount of knowledge that my brain has soaked up in the past five months. Never having taken Accounting, I have gone from zero to mastery over the basics in a six week period (mastery may be a strong word but I’m going with it). I am constantly challenged by myself and my community of professors and students to think in the next.

    SOCIAL: You know you love your section when….all 70 of you cram in a 150 sq ft karaoke room because you just can’t stand splitting up. That may have happened during summer quarter but my section-mates still tend to find each other in the crowd at Anderson Afternoons. For a little context, Anderson Afternoons is a hosted event every Thursday where students can connect over food and drinks on campus. It’s hosted by a student organization or company and we recently feasted on King’s Hawaiian and celebrated Diwali with the South Asian Business Association (SABA).

    In addition to my love for Section B, I am also thankful for my learning team. While my learning team is my small group for class-work, they are also the people that I play tennis with, travel to the Bay Area for Days on the Job, and dress up in 90s outfits for our end of the summer quarter celebration. On first appearance, we are a pretty diverse group in thought and appearance having an architect from Japan, a physicist who studied black holes, a member of the Obama administration, an actuarial, and an M&A specialist. But after the initial weeks of figuring out learning styles and playing to each others strengths we have become tight-knit friends.

    I would be amiss to not call out my roommates. My roommates, second year Anderson students, have helped me navigate business school and become my LA family. I am thankful for the end of day check-ins where they provide emotional support and encouragement. Wish I had them both for another year.

    RECRUITING: Chatting with Anderson alumni at the Seattle Tech Mixer felt unlike any other networking event- it felt like I was being welcomed into the alumni community. There is a genuine sense of helpfulness from UCLA alumni who want to give us the insights to guide our career decisions and/or pave the way for Anderson MBAs to join their companies. Alumni come back to campus through career nights, on campus recruiting sessions, and Dinners for Eight. And, during the Fall Quarter we travel to them to visit companies of interest through our week long Days on the Job program. Conversing with alumni tunes me into their company and functional areas and also gives me a picture of my future in the next 2-5 years post-business school.

    There are all the moments leading up to alumni and company visits that helped shape my recruiting decisions. Parker Career sessions started in August with exercises and assessments to identify potential industries and functional areas, 1-1 career advising sessions that inform my networking approach, and mock pitches and resume reviews. The hands on help coupled with the responsiveness of second year students to coffee chats informed the types of companies and roles that jive with my interests.

    I am thankful for the efforts being made by alumni, students, clubs, and Parker to increase access and ready me for a career in technology. Tech has taken off at Anderson in the past 8 years and that is because of increased presence of MBAs in the industry and the trailblazing partnerships with companies for on-campus recruiting. The tightness of the Anderson community continues to pave the way for new and emerging opportunities in tech.

    The relationships formed at Anderson are the glue in the community. I am thankful for the experiences provided in recruiting, classes, and social events that serve to strengthen that glue. It’s been a whirlwind four months and, in reflecting back, I am amazed by how fast I have integrated into the Anderson community. Can’t wait for the next year and a half.

     

    – Julie Mills '19

     


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    Student Blogger: 
    Julie Mills '19

    Hometown:
    San Carlos, CA

    Undergraduate Studies: 
    American University – International Studies

    Pre-Anderson:
    Wrike – Customer Success Manager; US Peace Corps

    Post-MBA Goals:
    Technology

    Activities@Anderson:
    AnderTech – Alumni Relations Director, Admissions Ambassador Corps – 1st Year Rep, Entrepreneurs Leadership Developmetn Program, Entrepreneurs Association, Anderson Wine Club, Outdoor Adventure Club, IDeA


     


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    Instagram @uclaMBA #TuesdayTakeover: Gabi Larus ’19

    January 10th, 2018

    Introducing you to today's Instagram #TuesdayTakeover student, Gabi Larus! Gabiwill be taking over our Instagram account @uclamba for a whole day today to show everyone a "Day in the Life" of a UCLA Anderson student!

    Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about a "Day in the Life" as a UCLA Anderson MBA!


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    Name:
    Gabi Larus

    Hometown:
    San Diego, CA

    Undergraduate Studies:
    Rice University –
    Mathematics and Economics

    Pre-Anderson: 
    Biotechnology and
    Investment Banking

    Post-MBA Goals
    Healthcare Marketing



    LEARN MORE ABOUT GABI

    Academic Specializations: Healthcare Management

    Leadership@Anderson:

    • Director of Marketing & Communications – Healthcare Business Association
    • Director of Social – Women's Business Connection
    • Director of Marketing – Anderson Wine Club
    • 1st Year Rep – Admissions Ambassador Corps

    Clubs@Anderson:

    • Healthcare Business Association
    • Women's Business Connection
    • Anderson Wine Club
    • Jewish Business Students Association
    • Out@Anderson
    • Admissions Ambassador Corps


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    UCLA Anderson Application Insider: Interview Tips

    January 10th, 2018

    This blog post is part of our "Application Insider" blog post series that provides insider information, tips, and advice about applying to the UCLA Anderson MBA program.


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    APPLICATION INSIDER TOPIC:

    INTERVIEW TIPS

     

    The first step to ensuring that you are prepared for your MBA interview is to understand the interview process for the school that you are applying to. For instance, our interviews are by-invitation-only interviews, which means that we first evaluate your application before deciding whether or not to invite you to interview, so make sure that you pique our interest in your application. As for the actual interviews, they are about thirty-minute, blind interviews, that are mostly conducted by our second year full-time MBA students. If invited to interview, you will be given the option of either coming to campus for an in-person interview or scheduling a Skype interview. Both options carry equal weight and there is no advantage or preference for either.

    Here are a few more tips to help you with your interview:

    1. Be professional. Treat the interview as you would an employment interview. Be on time, bring an updated copy of your resume with you, and dress professionally. 
    2. Remember that the interview is not one-sided, it is meant to be a conversation. Be prepared to share about yourself, engage in the conversation, and ask thoughtful questions. 
    3. Be clear about why you are pursuing an MBA, what your goals are, and why UCLA Anderson is a good choice for you. Understand how your experience to date can help support your goals and how the MBA specifically can help you fill any gaps or help you develop further. You should also be prepared to speak to how you can contribute to our community. 
    4. Be yourself and enjoy the conversation. The interview is an opportunity for you to showcase your personality, enhance your candidacy, and learn more about UCLA Anderson. 

    For any additional information on the admissions interview or the admissions process in general, I encourage you to review our Requirements and FAQ webpages. 

     


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    UCLA Anderson Application Insider: Round 2 Deadline Tomorrow!

    January 4th, 2018

    This post is part of our "Application Insider" blog post series that provides insider information, tips, and advice about applying to the UCLA Anderson MBA program.


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    APPLICATION INSIDER TOPIC:

    ROUND 2 DEADLINE

     

    It's hard to believe that 2018 is already here and that our Round 2 deadline is only a day away — January 5, 2018 at midnight (Los Angeles time)! For us on the Admissions Committee, we're gearing up for the busiest time of the admissions cycle, as this is typically the round in which we receive the greatest number of applications.  We will definitely keep everyone in the loop with any admissions updates on this blog and on our social media accounts (Instagram and Twitter), so keep checking in!

    Not sure if you should apply in Round 2 or wait? For those who are not ready to submit by the Round 2 deadline, our Round 3 deadline is April 12, 2018 so you have a few more months to work on your application. Here's some more information about the pros and cons of applying in each round. 

    If you are able to visit us on campus, we highly encourage joining us for a Campus Experience program that includes class visits, campus tours, and more.  Our programming for Winter quarter will begin on Tuesday, January 9th and registration is now open – click here to learn more and RSVP (spots are limited!).  Additional campus experience spots will be added over the next few weeks so keep checking back. 

    As always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at mba.admissions@anderson.ucla.edu or call our office at (310) 825-6944



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    UCLA Anderson Application Insider: Top 10 FAQs from Applicants

    December 28th, 2017

    his post is part of our "Application Insider" blog post series that provides insider information, tips, and advice about applying to the UCLA Anderson MBA program.


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    APPLICATION INSIDER TOPIC:

    TOP 10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

     

    We have compiled the top Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) we have received from prospective applicants via e-mail, phone calls, and in person. We hope the tips below help you on your MBA information gathering and your application journey.

    Q1. What events are available at UCLA Anderson for prospective students interested in learning more about the MBA program and where can I sign up for them?

    A1. UCLA Anderson offers group information sessions, school tours, class visits, coffee chats, lunch chats, and webinars as opportunities for prospective students to get to know us. To sign up, you can visit our Events calendar to register for a day that works for your schedule. Please note that some of these events have capacity limits. More events will be added at the start of the new year.

    Q2. How do I get in touch with current students and alumni?

    A2. You can reach out to our current students through our Connect with a Student interest form. Here, you can select your specific career interests and get linked up to current students pursuing similar career goals.

    Q3. Do I need to submit my official transcripts and/or official test (GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS) scores when I apply to UCLA Anderson?

    A3. No, you do not need to submit your official transcript documents or official test scores when applying. With your application you upload scanned unofficial copies of your transcripts and documents, and self-reported test scores are perfectly sufficient for the admissions committee to evaluate. If invited for an interview, you will be asked to provide hard copies of your transcripts and official test scores (more specific details will be provided). 

    Q4. Do I need to take the TOEFL/IELTS?

    A4. We require all international applicants to provide TOEFL or IELTS scores (with exception of those educated in Australia, Barbados, Canada, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, or the United Kingdom), regardless of the language of instruction during your undergraduate studies. This is a requirement from UCLA Graduate Division, which is the authority that oversees all graduate admissions.

    Q5. Do you offer a GMAT/GRE waiver?

    A5. We do not offer GMAT/GRE waivers for any reason. All applicants must submit either GMAT or GRE scores and we recommend you take the test you feel most comfortable with, as there is currently no preference for either exam in the admissions review process.

    Q6. Can I submit updates to my application after I have submitted it?

    A6. Unfortunately, we do not accept updates to the application once it has been submitted. If you do wish to add information after your application has been submitted, then your application will be moved to a later round for consideration.

    Q7. Do you accept transfer students or credits from other MBA programs?

    A7. No, we do not accept transfer students or credits from other MBA programs. We believe that part of the Anderson experience is developing relationships with classmates during the two years of attendance in the MBA program.  You may still apply, but you would be required to begin as a first-year student. It may be possible to test out of some core courses to be replaced by MBA elective courses of your choice.

    Q8. Is there a minimum GMAT/GRE score or GPA required for admission? 

    A8. No. Many factors are considered in the decision process. Admissions decisions are not made solely on the basis of grades and test scores. However, you may want to note our average and range of scores in our most recent class profile and ensure that your GMAT or GRE score (including Writing Assessment) represents your ability. If your score doesn't reflect your ability, we recommend that you consider retaking the test.

    Q9. If I earned a three-year undergraduate degree, am I still eligible to apply?

    A9. Yes, you are still welcome to apply. We do admit students with 3-year degrees but the rest of your application needs to be exceptionally strong to compete against other applicants. If you would like your academic records to equate to a 4-year degree, you would need to either complete a Master’s degree or other Post Graduate Degree/Diploma.

    Q10. Can I begin the MBA program in the winter or spring?

    A10. Unfortunately, we do not offer spring or winter admission.  All students in the Full-Time MBA program start at the same time (end of summer).

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    Happy Holidays from UCLA Anderson!

    December 23rd, 2017

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    It's hard to believe 2017 is drawing to a close already! Thank you all for getting to know us this year, for sharing your stories and Anderson spirit in person and in your applications. 

    Please note that the MBA Admissions and Financial Aid Office will be closed during the University closure from December 23, 2017 – January 1, 2018. During this time, we will check emails sent to the MBA Admissions inbox (mba.admissions@anderson.ucla.edu) but responses may be a little delayed. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, January 2. 

    Coffee chats with current Anderson students are also still occurring through the first week of January all over the world — click here for more information and to RSVP.

     

    We wish you all a wonderful holiday season and all the best for a prosperous 2018!

     

    – MBA Admissions & Financial Aid team

     

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    UCLA Anderson Application Insider: International Application FAQs

    December 21st, 2017

    This post is part of our "Application Insider" blog post series that provides insider information, tips, and advice about applying to the UCLA Anderson MBA program.


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    APPLICATION INSIDER TOPIC:

    TOP QUESTIONS FROM INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

    As we get closer to our Round 2 deadline, we thought it would be helpful to share some of the common questions that we receive from international applicants. Below are the top 10 FAQs we receive from international candidates:

    Q1. Is the TOEFL or IELTS required for all international applicants?
    A1. TOEFL or IELTS scores are required of all international applicants EXCEPT those from a select list of countries. For more information please refer to UCLA Graduate Division Office English Requirements.

    Q2. If I completed my bachelors or masters degree in the United States, do I need to submit a TOEFL or IELTS score?
    A2. No, if you have a bachelors or masters degree from a university in the United States, you do not need to submit a TOEFL or IELTS score. The same applies if your bachelors or masters degree is from a university located in another country in which English is both the primary spoken language of daily life (e.g., Australia, Barbados, Canada, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, United Kingdom) and the medium of instruction 

    Q3. Is the TOEFL preferred over the IELTS?
    A3. No, we do not have a preference for either exam. It is up to you to decide which test you prefer. 

    Q4. What academic records do I need to submit with my application? What if they are not in English?
    A4. In order to submit a completed application, you will need to upload a complete transcript and degree certificate or diploma in the native language of the country in which your degree was earned, as well as a certified translation in English. The degree certificate or diploma should show the exact degree received and date awarded. If invited to interview, you will be required to send us official hard-copy documents.

    Q5. My undergraduate university does not use the 4.0 scale for my grades. Do I need to convert my grades?
    A5. No, please do not convert your grades to a 4.0 scale. We will evaluate your transcripts using the grading scale used by your institution. It is helpful if the grading scale is visible on your transcripts or degree certificate/diploma.

    Q6. If I earned a three-year undergraduate degree, am I still eligible to apply?
    A6. Yes, you are still welcome to apply. We do admit students with 3-year degrees, but the rest of your application needs to be exceptionally strong to compete against other applicants with 4-year degrees. If you would like your academic records to equate to a 4-year degree, you would need to either complete a master's degree or other post graduate degree/diploma.

    Q7. What is the interview process?
    A7. Interviews are conducted on an invitation basis only after submitted applications are reviewed. Interviews last approximately 30 minutes and are intended to be an interactive conversation. We are interested in getting to know you as an individual and understanding how you'll fit into the next class.

    Q8. Are interviews only conducted on the UCLA Anderson campus?
    A8. No. We offer two interview options: on-campus or online via Skype. If you are invited to interview, you will be able to choose which option is best for you. While you are welcome to visit campus and interview in person, we do not expect all international applicants to do so. There is no difference or preference between interviews since the format is the same.

    Q9. If I am visiting campus and have not received an interview invitation, can I request one?
    A9. While we encourage applicants to visit a class or attend on-campus events, it is not possible to request a formal application interview if you have not received an invitation. Since our interviews are conducted on an invitation basis, we need to respect our process in order to be fair to all applicants.

    Q10. If I need more time to submit my application, can I apply in Round 3?
    A10. Yes. While Round 3 is more competitive, it is still a viable round.

     


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    Instagram @uclaMBA #TuesdayTakeover: Brad King ’19

    December 19th, 2017

    Introducing you to today's Instagram #TuesdayTakeover student, Brad King! Brad will be taking over our Instagram account @uclamba for a whole day today to show everyone a "Day in the Life" of a UCLA Anderson student!

    Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about a "Day in the Life" as a UCLA Anderson MBA!


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    Name:
    Brad King

    Hometown:
    Pleasanton, CA

    Undergraduate Studies:
    Pepperdine University –
    International Business

    Pre-Anderson: 
    Lionsgate Entertainment – Sales Planning & Analysis – Retail Strategy

    Post-MBA Goals
    Consulting



    LEARN MORE ABOUT BRAD

    Academic Specializations: Consulting and Strategy

    Leadership@Anderson:

    • 1st Year Rep – Admissions Ambassador Corps

    Clubs@Anderson:

    • Management Consulting Association
    • Strategy and Operations Management Association
    • Entertainment Management Association
    • Retail Business Association
    • Travel and Hospitality Association
    • Anderson Wine Club
    • Anderson Golf Club
    • Admissions Ambassador Corps


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    Follow the Admissions Team @uclaMBA:  Twitter and Instagram
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