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University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Berkeley

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The World Ranking: 18

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  • About University of California, Berkeley

    Overview

    Established in the city of Berkeley, the University of California currently enrols over 35,000 students with its 1,232 acre campus. Courses in Chemistry, Engineering, Environmental design, Education, Journalism, Business and many other disciplines are taught as Bachelors, Masters, Professional and Doctoral degrees. The Indian Student Association – University of California, Berkley, conducts several ethnic events on campus.

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    University of California, Berkeley offer Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral.

    Most viewed subjects at University of California, Berkeley

    Here are the course areas most popular with users from India

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    Engineering
    Engineering
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    Computer Science and IT
    Computer Science and IT
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    Applied and Pure Sciences
    Applied and Pure Sciences
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    Health and Medicine
    Health and Medicine
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    Social Studies and Media
    Social Studies and Media
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    Architecture and Construction
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    Departments

    Haas School of Business

    Student Services Building (S450), BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    Graduate School of Education

    1501 Tolman Hall, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    College of Environmental Design

    230 Wurster Hall, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    School of Information

    102 South Hall, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    Graduate School of Journalism

    121 North Gate Hall, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    College of Natural Resources

    260 Mulford Hall, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    School of Optometry

    BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    School of Law

    215 Boalt Hall, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    School of Public Health

    50 University Hall, MC #7360, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    University of California, Berkeley

    110 Sproul Hall, BERKELEY, California, United States, 94720.

    Reviews

    Here's what Indian students are saying about their experience at University of California, Berkeley.

    What Indian students say

    When asked, 100% of reviewers recommend University of California, Berkeley

    Overall experience

    Admission process

    (4 out of 5)

    Funding / Scholarships

    (3 out of 5)

    Study experience

    (4 out of 5)

    Life experience

    (4 out of 5)

    Job prospects

    (4 out of 5)

    Student reviews

    1 STAR

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    2 STARS

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    3 STARS

    3.3%
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    4 STARS

    52.5%
    32

    5 STARS

    44.3%
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    Anonymous 4

    Top-notch academics

    Come to University of Califronia Berkeley for the top-notch academics.

    Anonymous 4

    Amazing school

    If you go to University of California, Berkeley, you'll meet amazing people, you'll have remarkable opportunities opened up to you, with amazing professors in beautiful buildings teaching you. University of California, B read full review
    Anonymous 4

    Great choice

    No matter what your major, University of California, Berkeley is a great choice for academics.

    Anonymous 4

    Great opportunities

    Berkeley is not a place for everyone. For those who enjoy a large student body, lively surroundings, demanding courses and fascinating students, Berkeley is the place for you. For those who are a little timid or unsure o read full review
    Anonymous 4

    Great school

    Berkeley is a great school for those who are willing to challenge themselves intellectually.

    Anonymous 4

    Excellent education

    I graduated from Berkeley last year and I'm currently a grad student at MIT. I like it here as well, but I still miss Berkeley...

    Anonymous 4

    Good experience

    My best advice for new students is this: pursue what you truly are interested in. If you try to go for the "practical" alternative, you may very well end up miserable. It's very hard to succeed here if you are not truly read full review
    Anonymous 4

    Best School

    I think Berkeley is academically the best school in the nation.

    Anonymous 4

    Wonderful

    Berkeley was pretty wonderful. It's large enough to provide a breadth of experiences.

    Anonymous 4

    Tough school

    I found Cal to be quite a tough school.

    If you are studying right now or you have completed your studies, then help future students by sharing your experiences.

    About the accommodation

    Students can live in the home at Cal which will be an important part of their college experience. Any students may apply for residence halls. Virtually all rooms are double and triple occupancy, and the few single rooms are reserved for disabled students or continuing, upper-division students only. The halls are: Clark Kerr Campus, Foothill, Bowles, Stern, Unit 1, Unit 2, TUD Wada Apartments and Unit 3. Residents make a pact with their peers to keep the community free of smoke, alcohol, and drugs. They plan and host substance-free programming, events, and activities. The Disabled Students' Program (DSP) on campus can assist students with disabilities in securing priority for housing. Some residence hall rooms on the Berkeley campus have been modified for physically disabled, deaf, hard of hearing, and visually impaired students. In order to qualify for priority housing and receive the appropriate accommodations, students must provide DSP with verification of their disabilities. In addition there are upper division undergraduate apartment advising: Channing-Bowditch Apartments in which 226 students and 3 staff will live-in. It is for single gender with 4 bedroom or 2 bedroom and townhouse apartments. Wada Apartments in which 175 students and 1 staff will live in. It is for double and triple single gender apartments; and its only for academic year contracts; these are on the same schedule as Residence Halls. The rates of the housing can be found in this website: http://www.housing.berkeley.edu/livingatcal/rates.html

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