Engineering : University of California-Los Angeles
|University of California-Los Angeles|
|Address||405 Hilgard Ave|
|Level||Four or more years|
|Student to Faculty Ratio||16:1|
|Carnegie Classification||Research Universities (very high research activity)|
|Undergrad Application Fees||$70|
|Grad Application Fees||$90|
|Enrollment||Fees (/yr)||Required Fees(/yr)|
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)
|Critical Reading||580/710 |
|Aerospace- Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering|
|Agricultural/Biological Engineering and Bioengineering|
|Computer Engineering- General|
|Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering|
During the 2009-10 academic year, 52% of UCLA undergraduates received financial aid (including student and parent loans); average award was $17,008.
Need-based Grants and Scholarships, 2009-10
49% of Fall 2009 UCLA undergraduates received need-based scholarships or grant aid; the average award was $13,302. 35% of UCLA undergraduates received Pell Grants.
Admission to the UCLA Electrical Engineering graduate program is quite competitive. Recently admitted applicants have had a median grade point average of 3.8/4.0 (87.89/100, 9.22/10, and 17.69/20), while their Graduate Record Examination scores on the Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical sections have averaged 541, 770, and 3.83, respectively.
Computer Science (Avg. GRE Scores)
International M.S. admittees V: 573 (76%) Q: 790 (92%) AW : 3.87 (38%)
Domestic M.S. admittees V: 588 (79%); Q: 762 (85%) AW: 4.5 (62%)
GRE Scores and Admissions