In order to get into a UCLA master's degree program, you need to gather together the proper materials, apply online and pay the necessary fee. The application process varies depending on how long it takes to gather the documents. You need an Internet connection, an online application, a statement of purpose, official transcripts, recommendation letters and the application fee.
- Review the admission criteria
Review the admission criteria for UCLA to ensure that you meet the minimum requirements. These include having a bachelor's degree from an accredited school and having between a 3.0 and 4.0 GPA.
- Gather the proper materials
Gather the proper materials for your application. These include a statement of purpose, letters of recommendation and official transcripts from previous institutions. If you are an international applicant, you need to include paperwork for English language requirements.
- Apply online
Apply online on the UCLA admissions page. If you are applying for the School of Management, Medicine, Dentistry or Law, apply for the specific programs using the necessary links. When applying, make sure to state the graduate program in which you are interested.
- Pay the application fee
Pay the application fee. In some cases, the fee can be waived or deferred if you are part of the Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program or the Vietnam Education Foundation.