This program is perfect for...
- International undergraduate students who are enrolled in undergraduate degree programs in their home university and would like to earn academic credit that transfers toward their degree
- Students interested in earning credit from both UCLA campus and UCLA Extension courses which will appear on a transcript for transferable credit
- International students interested in experiencing American culture and campus life at UCLA
What you can learn.
- Explore studies related to your individual major, including but not limited to finance, business management, law, education, literature, philosophy, biology, etc.
- Learn to build professional relationships with professors and experience UCLA campus life with American undergraduate students
- Learn to navigate the American school system
To ensure that Study Abroad at UCLA is a good match with your educational objectives, you are required to submit a Proposed Study Plan, listing a minimum of 10 specific UCLA and/or UCLA Extension courses. These courses need to be approved for transfer credit by the academic advisor of your home university before you arrive for the Study Abroad at UCLA program.
The Proposed Study Plan will allow our academic advisor to assist you with your educational objectives, and if a specific course is not available, you will have other course alternatives. Thus, it is very important to talk with a university advisor or study abroad consultant in your home country to be certain that courses offered through Study Abroad at UCLA are appropriate for you.
Estimated Cost Breakdown
Application & Candidacy Fee
Estimated Program Tuition
Estimated program textbook/materials
*The Application & Candidacy fee establishes your candidacy in the program for a period of time covering normal progress toward completion and may allow you to access a variety of program benefits. See our website or speak to a program representative for more information about candidacy and program benefits.
Visa Requirement Applicable
VA Benefit Eligible
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- Students must come on an F-1 Student Visa
- Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate program abroad
- Students must be enrolled full-time throughout the duration of the program (12 units)
- Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA after admittance
- Students are able to choose to stay 1 quarter or longer, and they often do