UCLA

University of California - Los Angeles

Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, United States
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About University of California - Los Angeles

University of California - Los Angeles is a school located in Los Angeles, CA, US with a total of 15829 courses available to enroll in.

University of California, Los Angeles, is a public research university in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1919, it is the second university of the University of California system. The current enrollment is about 26,000 undergraduate students and 11,000 graduate students. The curriculum offers more than 300 different degree programs, including bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees.

UCLA is a prestigious institution of higher education in the United States, with good standing in various university rankings, such as ranking 4th in the world by World University Research and ranking 11th globally by the Thames Higher Education World University Rankings. UCLA has graduated 14 alumni who have won a Nobel Prize in their careers. The university is also known for its students' outstanding achievements in the Olympic Games. UCLA students have taken part in every Olympic Games since 1928 and won 214 Olympic medals, including 106 gold medals.

On September 21, 1927, the construction of the modern campus of UCLA began in Westwood. The first four buildings were Royce Hall, Powell Library, Haines Hall and Kinsey Hall (now Humanities Building). At the time, the school had 5,500 students. In 1933, the school began to set up a master's program, 3 years after the establishment of a doctorate program. UCLA in the 25 years after World War II made significant progress, with significant increases in enrollment numbers, as well as expansion of the campus with the construction of new facilities.

UCLA's mascot is the Bruin, which is a bear. The bruin represents the ability and strength of our students, along with the school as a whole. The school newspaper is the Daily Bruin, the student card is called the Bruin Card, and the network system is Bruin Online. The full name of the mascot is is Joe Bruin, who works with his partner Josephine. The school's traditional colors are blue and gold.

UCLA has a strong tradition in sports, as of June 2013 UCLA has won 109 national titles in a variety of sports. Some of the most renowned of these championship teams are the men's basketball teams from 1963-1975. Through 12 years, the program won 10 national championships, including 1971-1974 during the 88-game winning streak. The biggest rival of UCLA is the University of Southern California. The week before the USC football game is known as Beat SC Week.

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