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Degree: Information Systems
Graduation Year: 2001

Learn as much as you can while you are in school. Take subject /classes that really interest you the most/interesting or challenging that you know will be useful for the outside world. Makes as much connection, networking as possible with friends, professors, anyone. Also attend all career fairs at UC Berkeley frequently to gain connections and networking. It might be useful one day.

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Degree: Legal Studies
Graduation Year: 2009

I absolutely loved my time at Berkeley for 4 1/2 years. Being one of the top Universities in the world, the caliber of professors and speakers offered at the school really set itself apart from others. With an Undergraduate degree in Legal Studies, I found the Major to be very interesting and thought provoking in many areas and allowed me to explore areas of the law I had not thought about or seem to have an interest in. The Major is flexible that way in that it caters to many different interests under the spectrum of law. Even though I ultimately decided not to go to law school after graduating and am on a different career path, my undergrad studies in that field helped me gain a perspective of legal issues that I find useful in everyday life to this day. The student population is quite large and because of that, some may find it overwhelming at first as certain class sizes can be high in numbers. It's not unusual to feel like a small fish in a very large pond as some may not necessarily flourish under those conditions. There are small class groups within each course taught by Graduate students which offer a more intimate class setting and direct help. The academic resources on campus for students is definitely something all incoming students should research and take advantage of throughout their time at Berkeley. Berkeley, without a doubt, is a special place. The diversity on campus alone makes it one of the more fascinating places and offers a vast range of activities and events brought to life by its cultured student body. From Nobel Prize winners to Olympic athletes, it never ceases to amaze me that I shared the same space with such individuals and had the opportunity to witness brilliance right around the corner. To be a graduate of Berkeley is a very grateful and rewarding feeling. Meeting other Alumni is always exciting as you feel like part of a family no matter where you're from or your age. I couldn't have made a better choice going to Berkeley and I urge any perspective students to experience what the school has to offer.

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Degree: Chemical Engineering
Graduation Year: 1979

University of California, Berkeley is a world class insitution that prepares you to solve the problems in the world that do not exist today - - - you will have the prepartion and the conficence to tackle challenges and work well in unstructured, ambigous and uncertain situations.

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Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2014

Berkeley is the greatest public school in America, I really enjoy the time here. Since the campus environment is very diversity, open and equal, I always feel comfortable and be able to blend in very well. The professors are friendly and very helpful. I just love Berkeley and Go Bears!

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