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WHAT DOES UCLA ANDERSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT LOOK FOR IN A CANDIDATE?

UCLA Anderson is one of the most sought after schools around the globe. Like every popular b-school, it creates a very cut throat competition among aspirants and so it has some of its unique values which it also seeks in its potential students. The three pillars of this school are:

Shared Success: The founding stone of Anderson which believes that an individual can thrive in and with a community and so when an individual wins, it is a collective victory.

Think Fearlessly: You should be able to think and go ‘above and beyond’ in every field you step in.

Impact: The desire to make a positive impact and potential contributions as a community member

Drive Change: One should be able to drive a real, lasting change, a strong impact on the community, in the work, in the society.

ESSAY QUESTIONS 2021-22:

QUESTION 1: How have recent events influenced the impact you would like to make in your community, career, or both? (250 words)

QUESTION 2: Are there any extenuating circumstances in your profile about which the Admissions Committee should be aware? (Optional) (250 words)

WHAT DOES THE APPLICATION PROCESS OF ANDERSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT LOOK LIKE?

The application process for the Fall 2021 intake starts on Aug 1, 2020 with three rounds ending April 16, 2021. The candidates can apply in any of these rounds along with recommendations, scores, essays and submit the applications online after which the shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews.

WHAT IS THE ACCEPTANCE RATE OF ANDERSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT?

12.7%

WHAT IS THE AVG GMAT SCORE FOR ANDERSON MBA?

While there are no minimum specifications, the average stands at 706.

WHAT IS THE AVERAGE YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE FOR ANDERSON MBA?

4.5 years

MBA admissions tips

Essay(s): Sometimes candidates overthink the essays. These are not trick questions, there is no hidden meaning, and certainly no ‘right’ answer. The best response is the one that is authentic to you! Before starting to write the essays, it is essential to understand the gaps in your profile that a B-school will help you fill, and have clarity on why you want to go for a certain B-school. Get familiar with the core values and culture of the school and try to see how you can fit in well. 

Interview: MBA interviews are primarily conducted by alumni. Among other things, they are assessing your fit with their culture and defining principles. Applicants who can articulate why they are specifically interested in a B-school and how it’s culture appeals to them will be best prepared.  Interviews are conducted blindly, meaning the only thing your alumni interviewer knows about you is what is on the resume you submitted to Kellogg.

Letter(s) of recommendation: The purpose of LOR is to provide a strong premise to your essays. Do choose recommenders who can share specific examples about your background, achievements, contribution and impact to the organization. Don’t choose recommenders based purely on title.

CV/résumé: The résumé is often the first document that admissions officers review. It provides a snapshot of your candidacy in one page. Take the time to clearly articulate your accomplishments, highlighting the skills or experiences that are most relevant for business school.

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