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Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2012 - Notre Dame No. 1 for Third Consecutive Year. Best Colleges | Find the Best College for You | US News Education. University of California--Los Angeles (Anderson) | Best Business School. Quick Stats 110 Westwood Plaza, Box 951481 Los Angeles, CA 90095 per year (full-time, in-state) per year (full-time, out-of-state) per year (part-time, in-state)

University of California--Los Angeles (Anderson) | Best Business School

University of California--Berkeley (Haas) | Best Business School. Quick Stats 545 Student Services Building Berkeley, CA 94720 per year (full-time, in-state)

University of California--Berkeley (Haas) | Best Business School

Top Business Schools in California. Admissions Criteria, MBA Program, Berkeley-Haas. The fall 2014 application season is closed.

Admissions Criteria, MBA Program, Berkeley-Haas

The fall 2015 application will be available in August. Each fall, the Full-Time MBA Program enrolls approximately 240 bright, diverse, and creative future business leaders. We admit candidates with solid professional experience and leadership potential who come from a wide variety of industries and backgrounds. Financial Aid Estimator - UC Berkeley Financial Aid and Scholarships Office. Entrepreneurship, MBA Program, Berkeley-Haas. The San Francisco Bay Area has long been a hotbed for new venture creation, and Berkeley-Haas is one of the world’s leading centers for the study and practice of entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship, MBA Program, Berkeley-Haas

Through academic and experiential learning, the Berkeley MBA program offers its students the training and ecosystem to launch scaleable enterprises and also teaches them how to start careers in the venture capital industry. Some Haas entrepreneurs have numerous opportunities to join Silicon Valley startups and launch their own. At the center of UC Berkeley startup activities is the highly ranked Lester Center for Entrepreneurship, which emphasizes the integration of academic and experiential learning by bringing entrepreneurs and venture capitalists into the classroom.

Among its many activities are two prominent startup competitions, the Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum, cross-campus mixers, hackathons, and meetups.