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Royce Hall - UCLA - Post Graduate Program in Management for Professionals

The UCLA Post Graduate Program in Management for Professionals (UCLA PGP PRO) is a comprehensive General Management Program for working professionals offered by UCLA Anderson School of Management, one of the top Global Business Schools. The one-year program is focused on covering General Management principles for managers and executives, looking to grow in their careers by improving management skills and attractiveness to employers. Its part-time and modular format provides great flexibility and allows you to pursue the program alongside a full time career. UCLA faculty and industry leaders ensure that the program covers all aspects of required management curriculum, as expected from a highly respected and globally renowned institution, ranked among the best in the world. The UCLA PGP PRO Program gets you started on your personal leadership journey, with a combination of strategies, skills and acumen that will stretch your thinking, and hone your abilities as a manager, helping you achieve your career aspirations of enhanced success and remarkable career growth.


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    May 2022 - April 2023
    Location : INDIA & ONLINE
    Program Fee : USD 10,000


    Phone (USA) : +1 310-825-2001


    Following are some of the key highlights :

    • Rankings: UCLA Anderson School of Management is ranked among top 5 Business Schools globally for management programs focused on working professionals. View Rankings
    • Alumni Benefits: You will become an integral part of the Global UCLA Anderson Executive Education network. Apart from inclusion in UCLA PGP PRO Alumni Network, you will also be invited to join UCLA Executive Education LinkedIn Group and UCLA PGP Pro LinkedIn Group. You will have access to all UCLA Anderson Executive Education events in your region, that occur globally thanks to the efforts of the school and/or alumni and partners and subscription to Anderson Review (the school’s official online publication).
    • World Class Curriculum: UCLA PGP PRO is a comprehensive, rigorous and challenging program covering all aspects of General Management curriculum across ~500 hours schedule, spread over one year.
    • Outstanding faculty: Senior faculty members from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and well-known industry experts from India and abroad, conduct the program.
    • Flexible & Convenient: The program design ensures that professionals with demanding schedules and high level of responsibility can continue to succeed at work while completing the program requirements.
    • Career Services: Program linked Career Services provided by Northwest helps you with personalized 1-1 coaching, interview preparation and connections with top search firms and corporates.
    • International Exposure: Participants travel to the iconic UCLA campus in Los Angeles, USA, the creative capital of the world, to complete required modules. Participants graduate from PGP PRO in a ceremony held at the UCLA Anderson campus.
    • Impressive Peer Group: The UCLA PGP PRO program is designed for accomplished and talented professionals and entrepreneurs from diverse functions across industries.



    National Public University
    (US News, 2021)


    Best Valued School
    (Princeton Review, 2017)


    Graduate Employability
    (QS News, 2021)


    Part Time MBA
    (US News, 2021)


    • UCLA PGP PRO: Corinne Bendersky: Management and Organizations
      Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
    • UCLA PGP PRO: Robert McCann: Global Initiatives
      Adjunct Full Professor of Management and Organizations; Chair of UCLA Thailand Executive Committee, Learning Director, PGP PRO
    • UCLA PGP PRO: Miguel Unzueta: Management and Organizations
      Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
    • UCLA PGP PRO: George J. Abe: Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management
      Faculty Director of Strategic Management Research


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