University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley

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Considered as one of the most reputed research universities in the US, the University of California is situated in Berkeley. Established in 1868, it is a subset of the University of California.

Though the campus of Berkeley is spread over more than 12000 acres of land, central campus occupies around 150 acres out of the total. Remaining area has been adorned by Research Units, Space Sciences Laboratory, Botanical Garden and Lawrence Hall of Science among others. California Memorial Stadium of the university used by sports team has always been a major attraction.

Home to more than 25,000 undergraduates and around 11,000 postgraduate students, the university offers 105 Bachelor’s, 90 Master’s and around 100 doctoral programs. In addition to these, over 30 professional graduate degree programs are also conducted by the university. Focusing on different majors, the university comprises a number of schools – College of Natural Resources, School of Information, College of Engineering, Haas School of Business and School of Optometry among others.

The teaching staff of more than 1500 full-time faculty members makes sure to blend academic and industrial knowledge in order to deliver quality education to students. Berkeley faculty alumni include around 20 Nobel Prize recipients, majorly in Chemistry, Physics and Economics. Notable Alumni of Berkeley comprises renowned personalities including Jack London among others. In the sports arena, the university has always been on the forefront. It proved its sporting prowess in 2012 when its graduates won more than 15 medals in Olympics including more than 10 gold and 5 bronze.

UC Berkeley’s proud history has given rise to myriad traditions and rituals. It promises to do so in the future to let the brightest minds explore a lot more than academics.