The Anderson School of Management, of the University of California at Los Angeles, is seeking to opt out of public financial support and replace the money with private donations and increased tuition revenue, the Financial Times reported. If the proposal is approved by the university system’s leaders, tuition—now $41,000 a year for California residents and $49,000 for nonresidents—is likely to rise to a rate comparable with top-tier private business schools, like Stanford University’s, Judy Olian, dean of the Anderson school, told the newspaper. She described the proposal as a “creative solution” that would allow the cash-strapped university system to reallocate the money to undergraduate programs. “The UC system is arguably the greatest public university system in the world,” she said. “But we’re not going to keep it that way with the old model.”
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UCLA Business School Seeks to Opt Out of Public Support
The Anderson School of Management, of the University of California at Los Angeles, is seeking to opt out of public financial support and replace the money with private donations and increased tuition revenue, the
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