Find your status below to learn how you can study in Los Angeles this Summer and Fall 2021.
Students without an F-1 visa who wish to study in the U.S.
For 2021 Summer and Fall quarters, UCLA Extension International Programs will be offered in a hybrid (online and in-person) format. Students without an F-1 visa, who wish to study in the U.S. and enroll in one of our hybrid format programs, will meet U.S. Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) eligibility requirements for an I-20 form to obtain an F-1 visa.
How does it work?
Hybrid programs will include at least one in-person class meeting over the course of the quarter. The number of in-person meetings may increase as public health orders permit. Even though you will be living in Los Angeles, most of the courses within your chosen certificate program will be offered in an online format. Learn about our online instruction methods.
How to enroll:
Follow the application process as outlined. All new international F-1 students who arrive in the U.S. for Summer and Fall quarters 2021 will be automatically enrolled in at least one in-person class meeting for the quarter.
Download new F-1 visa student Frequently Asked Questions (pdf)
Students who are already in the U.S. with an F-1 visa can transfer to UCLA Extension and maintain F-1 status. Transfer students are not required to participate in an in-person class to maintain their visa status at this time.
Continuing Students in the U.S with F-1 visa
Current UCLA Extension students living in the U.S. with an F-1 visa are not required to participate in an in-person class at this time. You may enroll in fully online courses for Summer and Fall quarters.
Continuing Students Outside of the U.S. with F-1 visa
Current UCLA Extension students living outside the U.S. may enroll in fully online courses for Summer and Fall quarters and maintain F-1 status. If you wish to re-enter the U.S., please contact us for instruction at 310-825-9351 or firstname.lastname@example.org. When in-person classes resume in full, you may be required to re-enter the U.S. to maintain F-1 status.
Download Frequently Asked Questions for International Students (pdf)