UCLA UG admission 2016: The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has invited admissions for Fall Quarter 2016. Admissions are open for Major and Minor courses for below mentioned programmes-

  • The College of Letters and Science

  • School of the Arts and Architecture

  • School of Engineering and Applied Science

  • School of Nursing

  • School of Theater, Film and Television

Click here to check the minor courses.

 

How to apply: Aspirants, who wants to apply for UCLA Fall Quarter 2016, can apply through University of California website. You need to register before applying for the course.

Click here to apply.

Admissions checklist: -

  • All applicants need to submit their ACT assessment with writing test scores

  • SAT reasoning test

  • Two Personal statement

  • All academic and non-academic information

  • Official transcripts are not required with application.

  • Test scores of IELTS, TOEFL

If you are specifically applying to the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and applied Science you are recommended to take SAT test for ‘Math Level 2’ and a science test (Biology E/Chemistry, or Physics) whichever is related to the course you are applying for.

 

You need to submit all official exam results in the International External Exam section of the UC application.

Eligibility Criteria: Aspirants who are applying for undergraduate program should have completed their secondary exam.

English proficiency tests:-

TOEFL

Above 100 (with sub-scores above 22)

IELTS 

7 or above

Application deadline: - November, 1 - November, 30 2015.

Contact: ugadm@saonet.ucla.edu

 

Stay tuned to www.studyabroad.careers360.com  for more news and updates on UG admission

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