About University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
UCLA is a public research university located in the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. UCLA is one of the worlds great research universities. UCLA ranked 11 in Londons Times Higher Education rankings 2010-2011. The faculty is included Nobel Laureates, Pulitzer Prize winners, multiple MacArthur fellows and scores of national academy members. Interdisciplinary teaching and research with initiatives in the arts, stem cells and other biosciences, nanoscience, international studies and the environment is a strength. UCLA's freshmen and transfer students have a 91% success and progress rate thats the percentage who graduate or remain in good standing after four years. Many seniors choose capstone projects as part of their degree programs.
There are almost 40,000 students at UCLA, about 27,000 undergraduates and 13,000 graduate and professional students. About 36% of UCLA undergraduates receive Pell Grants, with their family income is typically less than $50,000. International students are about 17% of graduate students and 5% of undergraduates of the students. According to Fall 2009, U.S. undergraduate ethnicity includes 4% African American, 15% Hispanic, 33% White and 38% Asian/Pacific Islander.
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