UCLA CAMPUS

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About UCLA

With an acceptance rate of 18% and an impeccable ranking amongst other colleges in the world, it is no wonder that UCLA remains one of the top academic institutions in the U.S.A. UCLA (short for University of California at Los Angeles) was founded in 1919 — exactly a hundred years ago by Ernest Moore and Edward Dickenson. It was originally known as the Southern Branch of the University of California, but that changed later in 1927 by the Regents. Today in 2019, UCLA boasts a student body of more than 44,000 thousand students in total and includes highly ranked schools, such as Medicine, Law, Management, Engineering, and Applied Sciences, and Theatre. The University offers more than 120 undergraduate majors, 90 minors and a huge selection of graduate programs as well.

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