Hi all,

My name's Tracey and I?m writing on behalf of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).

UCLA-NUS offers a unique Executive MBA program that offers a double degree and exposure to global markets. The information session to be held on October 20 in Sydney may be valuable to those interested in advancing their career. It also provides networking opportunities with other industry executives.

Further details about the course and the session can be found below.

Four countries. Two top universities. Two Degrees: UCLA-NUS MBA Executive Program

One of the biggest learnings from the global financial crisis has been that executives now need to have a thorough understanding of how global markets work. The Executive MBA program offered by UCLA and the National University of Singapore (NUS) gives executives first-hand knowledge of a diverse range of markets and cultures. The MBA program is specifically tailored to the needs of senior executives and provides participants with a truly unique global learning environment.

Highlights of the UCLA-NUS Executive MBA:

? A one-of-a-kind concentrated format that gives busy executives the flexibility to work while attending intensive EMBA sessions across four markets - Singapore, Los Angeles, Shanghai and Bangalore
? A double degree from two top business schools achieved in 6 two-week sessions spread across 15 months
? Unique global learning environment - with 50% of participants flying in for segments from other continents (not countries!)

Hosting the information session is Professor Chris Erickson, Faculty Director of the UCLA-NUS EMBA program. The sessions offers interested executives a chance to meet and talk with Academic Directors and alumni to discuss the program?s possibilities and also network with other industry members.

Details of the information session:

Where: Sheraton on the Park, 161 Elizabeth St, Sydney
When: 20 October 2010, 7:30pm ? 8:30pm
Register: www.ucla.nus.edu

A short introductory video to the program can also be viewed at www.ucla.nus.edu.