New program to be taught in Miami, Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, and Santiago

The University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management and the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Escuela de Negocios in Santiago, Chile have announced a new "UCLA-UAI Global Executive MBA for the Americas" program scheduled to begin in April 2011. The program is still pending final approval by the University of California.

The part-time program will be taught in six two-week blocks in Miami, Los Angeles, São Paulo, and Santiago. All teaching will be held in English.

Applications are expected to open in November. Ten years is the "recommended" work experience for admission, as well as a "current position with high-level managerial experience."

For more information, please visit the UCLA Anderson website.

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