All information shown is based on historical data submitted by colleges to NCES (Till 2014).For more details click here.
UCLA is rated "Most Selective" by U.S. News & World Report and has an admissions selectivity rating of 98 out of 99 from the Princeton Review. For Fall 2016, it received 97,115 freshman applications, the highest number of any four-year university in the United States, and reached its record-low admission rate of 17.3% for Fall 2015.Admission rates vary according to the residency of applicants. For Fall 2015, the admission rate for California residents was 16%, while the admission rate for out-of-state U.S. residents was 23% and the admission rate for internationals was 14%.Admitted freshman applicants for Fall 2015 had an average weighted GPA of 4.33, an SAT interquartile range of 1760 - 2170, and an ACT interquartile range of 25 - 33.
|Global Brand||US Brand||Corporate Reputation||Engineering Program||Liberal Arts Program||Business Programs||Graduate Programs|
|International(Men & Women)%||14||-|
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||560 - 680|
|Math||600 - 760|
|Writing||590 - 710|
|Total Score||1750 - 2150|
|Fee||In-State||Out of State|
|Aid/Loan||No of students receiving aids||Percent of students receiving aids||Total amount of receiving aids||Average amount of receiving aids|
|Pell Grant Aid||10,127||36%||$40,780,822.00||$4,027.00|
|Fedral Student Loan||10,449||37%||$64,126,115.00||$6,137.00|
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