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Found Date : 1919
Motto : “Fiat Lux(拉丁文)英語:"Let There Be Light"”
Address : 405 Hilgard Avenue
Introduction :
UCLA's primary purpose as a public research university is the creation, dissemination, preservation, and application of knowledge for the betterment of our global society. To fulfill this mission, UCLA is committed to academic freedom in its fullest terms: We value open access to information, free and lively debate conducted with mutual respect for individuals, and freedom from intolerance. In all of our pursuits, we strive at once for excellence and diversity, recognizing that openness and inclusion produce true quality. These values underlie our three institutional responsibilities.

Learning and teaching at UCLA are guided by the belief that undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students and their teachers belong to a community of scholars. This community is dedicated to providing students with a foundational understanding of a broad range of disciplines followed by the opportunity for in-depth study in a chosen discipline. All members of the community are engaged together in discovering and advancing knowledge and practice. Learning occurs not only in the classroom but also through engagement in campus life and in communities and organizations beyond the university.

Discovery, creativity, and innovation are hallmarks of UCLA. As one of the world's great research universities, we are committed to ensuring excellence across a wide range of disciplines, professions, and arts while also encouraging investigation across disciplinary boundaries. In so doing, UCLA advances knowledge, addresses pressing societal needs, and creates a university enriched by diverse perspectives where all individuals can flourish.

Civic engagement is fundamental to our mission as a public university. Located on the Pacific Rim in one of the world's most diverse and vibrant cities, UCLA reaches beyond campus boundaries to establish partnerships locally and globally. We seek to serve society through both teaching and scholarship, to educate successive generations of leaders, and to pass on to students a renewable set of skills and commitment to social engagement.

This integration promotes academic excellence and nurtures innovation and scholarly development.
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Status Public
Research Output Very High
Student/Faculty Ratio 10
Intl Students 6,140
Size XL
Total Faculty 4,487

Afro-American Studies (B.A.)
American Indian Studies (B.A.)
American Literature and Culture (B.A.)
Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations (B.A.)
Anthropology (B.A.)
Anthropology (B.S.)
Arabic (B.A.)
Art History (B.A.)
Asian American Studies (B.A.)
Asian Humanities (B.A.)
Asian Religions (B.A.)
Astrophysics (B.S.)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Environmental Sciences (B.S.)
Biochemistry (B.S.)
Biology (B.S.)
Biophysics (B.S.)
Business Economics (B.A.)
Central and East European Languages and Cultures (B.A.)
Chemistry (B.S.)
Chemistry, General (B.S.)
Chemistry/Materials Science (B.S.)
Chicana and Chicano Studies (B.A.)
Chinese (B.A.)
Classical Civilization (B.A.)
Cognitive Science (B.S.)
Communication Studies (B.A.)
Comparative Literature (B.A.)
Computational and Systems Biology (B.S.)
Earth and Environmental Science (B.A.)
East Asian Studies (B.A.)
Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution (B.S.)
Economics (B.A.)
English (B.A.)
Environmental Science (B.S.)
European Studies (B.A.)
French (B.A.)
French and Linguistics (B.A.)
Geography (B.A.)
Geography/Environmental Studies (B.A.)
Geology (B.S.)
Geology/Engineering Geology (B.S.)
Geology/Paleobiology (B.S.)
Geophysics/Applied Geophysics (B.S.)
Geophysics/Geophysics and Space Physics (B.S.)
German (B.A.)
Global Studies (B.A.)
Greek (B.A.)
Greek and Latin (B.A.)
Hebrew (B.A.)
History (B.A.)
Human Biology and Society (B.A.)
Human Biology and Society (B.S.)
International Development Studies (B.A.)
Iranian Studies (B.A.)
Italian (B.A.)
Italian and Special Fields (B.A.)
Japanese (B.A.)
Jewish Studies (B.A.)
Korean (B.A.)
Latin (B.A.)
Latin American Studies (B.A.)
Linguistics (B.A.)
Linguistics and Anthropology (B.A.)
Linguistics and Asian Languages and Cultures (B.A.)
Linguistics and Computer Science (B.A.)
Linguistics and English (B.A.)
Linguistics and French (B.A.)
Linguistics and Italian (B.A.)
Linguistics and Philosophy (B.A.)
Linguistics and Psychology (B.A.)
Linguistics and Scandinavian Languages (B.A.)
Linguistics and Spanish (B.A.)
Marine Biology (B.S.)
Mathematics (B.S.)
Mathematics for Teaching (B.S.)
Mathematics of Computation (B.S.)
Mathematics, Applied (B.S.)
Mathematics/Applied Science (B.S.)
Mathematics/Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (B.S.)
Mathematics/Economics (B.S.)
Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics (B.S.)
Middle Eastern and North African Studies (B.A.)
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology (B.S.)
Music History (B.A.)
Neuroscience (B.S.)
Philosophy (B.A.)
Physics (B.A.)
Physics (B.S.)
Physiological Science (B.S.)
Political Science (B.A.)
Portuguese (B.A.)
Psychobiology (B.S.)
Psychology (B.A.)
Religion, Study of (B.A.)
Russian Language and Literature (B.A.)
Russian Studies (B.A.)
Scandinavian Languages and Cultures (B.A.)
Sociology (B.A.)
Southeast Asian Studies (B.A.)
Spanish (B.A.)
Spanish and Community and Culture (B.A.)
Spanish and Linguistics (B.A.)
Spanish and Portuguese (B.A.)
Statistics (B.S.)
Women's Studies (B.A.)
Aerospace Engineering
African Studies
Afro-American Studies
American Indian Studies
Anderson School of Management
Applied Linguistics
Applied Linguistics Department
Art History
Arts and Architecture (School)
Asian American Studies
Asian Languages & Cultures
Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
BBiochemistry and Molecular Biology
Biological Chemistry
Biomathematics Department
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Physics
CCellular & Molecular Pathology
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry & Biochemistry Department
Chicana and Chicano Studies
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Civil Engineering
Classics Department
Clinical Research
Community Health Sciences
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Conservation of Archaeological & Ethnographic Materials
Culture & Performance
Dentistry (School)(DDS)
Design | Media Arts
East Asian Studies
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Education & Information Studies (School)
Education Leadership Program
EEarth & Space Science Department
Electrical Engineering
Engineering (School)
Engineering - MS in Engineering, Online
Engineering Schoolwide Programs
Environmental Health Sciences
Environmental Science and Engineering
FFilm, Television, & Digital Media
French & Francophone Studies
Geophysics & Space Physics
Germanic Languages
Germanic Languages Department
HHealth Services
Hispanic Languages & Literatures
Human Genetics
IIndo-European Studies
Information Studies
Information Studies Department
Integrative Biology & Physiology
Islamic Studies
Latin American Studies
Law School
Library and Information Science
Library and Information Science Certificate
Management - Cooperative Executive MBA
Management - Executive MBA
Management - Fully Employed MBA (FEMBA)
Management - Master of Financial Engineering
Management - MS, PHD
Manufacturing Engineering
Materials Science & Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department
Mechanical Engineering
Medicine (School)
Microbiology, Immunology, & Molecular Genetics
MManagement - MBA
Molecular & Medical Pharmacology
Molecular Biology
Molecular Toxicology
Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology
Molecular, Cellular & Integrative Physiology
Moving Image Archive Studies
MPH for Health Professionals
NNear Eastern Languages & Cultures
OOral Biology
Physics and Astronomy Department
Physiological Science
Political Science
PPathology and Laboratory Medicine
Professional Schools
Public Affairs (School)
Public Health
Public Health (School)
Public Policy
Slavic Languages & Literatures
Social Welfare
Spanish & Portuguese Department
Special Education
Teaching English as Second/Foreign Language
Theater and Performance Studies
Theater Department
Theater, Film, and Television (School)
TTeaching English as a Second Language
Urban and Regional Planning
Urban Planning
Urban Planning Department
UUCLA ACCESS to Programs in the Molecular and Cellular Life Sciences
World Arts and Cultures/Dance Department
WWomen's Studies

Total Students (43,385)

Intl Student 6,859
Local Student 36,526

Total Undergrads (30,994)

Intl Student 3,637
Local Student 27,357

Total Postgrads (12,391)

Intl Student 3,222
Local Student 9,169

Undergrad:Postgrad (Local)

Undergrad 71%
Postgrad 29%

Undergrad:Postgrad (Intl)

Undergrad 53%
Postgrad 47%

Total Faculty (4,487)

Local Teacher 3,640
Intl Faculty 847