3 Courses Required

Study Abroad at UCLA Program:

  • Enables international undergraduate students enrolled in degree programs in their home university to study at UCLA and earn academic credit that transfers toward their degree.

  • Designed for international students enrolled in home country undergraduate degree programs

  • Offers enrollment in UCLA and UCLA Extension courses – all courses appear on a transcript for transferable credit

  • Provides opportunity to study side-by-side with American students

  • Located in Los Angeles — an exciting city with entertainment, museums, beaches and mountains

  • Requires student (F-1) visa

To ensure that Study Abroad at UCLA is a good match with your educational objectives, you are required to submit a Proposed Study Plan, listing a minimum of 10 specific UCLA and/or UCLA Extension courses.

Contact Us

Study Abroad at UCLA
UCLA Extension, American Language Center
10995 Le Conte Avenue, Suite 614
Los Angeles, California 90024-1333 USA

Phone: (310) 825-9068
FAX: (310) 825-6747.
Email: studyabroad@uclaextension.edu
Cristy J. Portlock (Program Representative)

Additional Details

Valid quarter starts for full-time study:
Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter
Estimated Duration (Full-Time Pace):
4
Meets I-20/F1 Visa Requirements:
Yes

Application

Name
Study Abroad at UCLA - Enrollment Application-Summer 2018 - Spring 2019

Courses

Minimum Required

To ensure that Study Abroad at UCLA is a good match with your educational objectives, you are required to submit a Proposed Study Plan, listing a minimum of 10 specific UCLA and/or UCLA Extension courses. These courses need to be approved for transfer credit by the academic advisor of your home university before you arrive for the Study Abroad at UCLA program. The Proposed Study Plan will allow our academic advisor to assist you with your educational objectives, and if a specific course is not available, you will have other course alternatives. Thus, it is very important to talk with a university advisor or study abroad consultant in your home country to be certain that courses offered through Study Abroad at UCLA are appropriate for you.