We are in tune with changing academic systems worldwide, and we have refined our requirements accordingly as seen on our Application Requirements web page: http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/x27502.xml
For example, we have seen more and more applicants with 3-year bachelor's degrees like the new European standard. So our standard for graduate admission remains a 4-year degree or its equivalent, but we can use our discretion to admit candidates with 3-year undergraduate degrees if we determine that that their entire academic profile and overall application are strong enough.
Similarly, our standard for English fluency still requires a TOEFL or IELTS score from all applicants who were not educated in English. But we will consider applications from those without TOEFL or IELTS scores if the candidate earned a degree where the sole language of instruction was English. This means that applicants from countries such as India and Singapore no longer have to take the language test if they were schooled in English. Naturally we will take all verbal scores, essays and other indicators into account to ensure total fluency within the incoming class. Proving proficiency with a TOEFL or IELTS score is still the best way for international applicants to ensure competitiveness in our evaluation process.