The University of California is a prestigious public university system in California, USA, renowned for its academic excellence, research contributions, and diverse campuses.
The UC system is a complex and multi-faceted organization that operates as a collection of ten individual campuses, each with its own administration, faculty, students, and programs.
The UC offers a diverse range of courses spanning various disciplines, including but not limited to, arts and humanities, sciences, engineering, social sciences & professional studies.
Requirements for UC encompass a combination of factors such as academic performance, test scores, extracurricular involvement & achievements, varying between campuses & programs.
The domestic filing fee for each University of California campus you apply to is $70. For international applicants, the filing fee is $80 per campus.
The University of California (UC) application opens August 1 and the period of time to submit an application for admission is October 1–November 30.
Cost of studying at UC for in-state students can range from around $14,000 to $44,000, and for out-of-state or international students exceeding $40,000 to $60,000 per academic year.