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The Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management in Los Angeles has a “good reputation” and is “more cost effective” than “[many] other top-tier schools.” Students here also appreciate that it’s a “values-centered program” with a firm focus on “ethical business practice[s].” Another strength of Pepperdine is that it offers students a “flexible schedule” along with “multiple class locations.” In turn, this makes it “very easy” for individuals to put together their course-load. Classes themselves are “challenging” and provide students with “multiple opportunities to take leadership positions [within] group projects.” There’s also an emphasis on “real-world application.” For example, as one MBA candidate shares, “We did numerous projects with outside firms big and small…help[ing] them solve their current issues.” Of course, the coursework is also enhanced by “amazing” professors who “genuinely care about the student experience.” Many maintain “an open door policy” and if a “question or concern [arises] there is no hesitation for a phone call or even a meeting in person.” What’s more, they seem to have a “passion for sharing their expertise.” Finally, as this student succinctly states, “I’ve never had a moment where I felt like I wasn’t getting my money’s worth.”

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Yamiley Saintvil
Director of Admission

6100 Center Drive, Ste. 400
Los Angeles, CA 90045
United States

(310) 568-5535

(310) 568-5594



Applicants: 226
Acceptance Rate: 48%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.36
Years Work Experience: 5
Average Age: 28



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