University of California - Los Angeles Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (51)
UCLA has a top-ranked graduate school of education, with a focus on social justice and equity in education. The program has high expectations of graduates in terms of writing, presenting at conferences, and publishing which is extremely helpful; however, funding can be hard to come by.
It's not a college. It's a university. I got my doctorate there. That being said, UCLA is a good place to do your doctoral work in Psychology. But if you're thinking about doing a PhD in psych, you should probably already know that.
School infrastructure needs some work, but professors are doing research in interesting areas and classes are great.
Loved it. Would highly recommend the school, campus and city
Competitive. Not all counselors are helpful. A lot of school spirit. Classes are difficult but there are many professors willing to help.
Great experience, no complaints. Study hard, professors won't let you slide through these classes.
UCLA was the best choice I ever made. The classes, facilities, experiences here were exceptional and the location of UCLA is perfection.
UCLA was a great place for someone who wanted a diverse array of experiences. I didn't know what I wanted to get out of college going in, but with so many majors, programs, people, groups and classes I felt like I found my place - which was vastly different than my friends, but that just made it all the better.
The college was great. I had wonderful professors and challenging classes. Plus, the campus was diverse and social
College should be more heavily focused on inquiry-based learning as opposed to rigid classes.