UCLA Anderson School of Management and USC Marshall School of Business may share several benefits because of their Los Angeles locations, not least access to a plethora of corporate recruiters and a warm climate. But both business schools, among California’s best, have distinct DNA that separates them from one another, and the rest.
While both schools have similar student cultures, diverse cohorts, top employers, and flexible and practical MBA programs, they have different student bodies, positions in rankings, alumni networks and application processes.
UCLA Anderson vs USC Marshall: Location
UCLA and USC offer would-be MBAs an impressive array of professional and personal opportunities, says Alex Min, CEO of The MBA Exchange, an admissions…