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based on 6 students ratings
Because of its strong research base and amazing research opportunities in materials science even at an undergraduate level. Besides that being a part of a University of California has added benefits in terms of exploring studies in other UC campuses during breaks. Thirdly, as an international student from India, the SoCal weather is a boon!
As an international student from India, the current first year course curriculum is very basic and simple. I wish there was a way to skip these classes without having to pay for taking placement exams.
They have an excellent program in a good location and was far enough away from my family so that I could have independence and really learn what I wanted to do. I have met a lot of my friends here and have grown immensely.
The course curriculum is great and not too difficult and allows everyone to grow and learn about what they might want to do. It provides a very diverse course load and it doesn't stress out the students like other programs.
Because it gave me the best financial aid package and it was the furthest away from home. I always wanted to go to a school in another state but I figured that would be too expensive so I choose UCI which is still really expensive but not as much as out of state.
It is a good Curriculum with good professors, it's just not good at being organized because there are limited classes that fulfill the general requirement UCI wants and those classes fill up really quick. Students pay other students to drop that class so they can take it.
It is close to home, easy to travel back home and to campus. Overall, I heard it was a great campus for students who are first time generation, a lot of resources that can help a student out financially and educationally.
Average but overall it's a great course curriculum, classes depend on each professor some are great and others aren't but with the teacher assistant it's a great help for us as a student to catch up on what you don't understand.
This school has one of the nicest campuses I have ever seen. I enjoy the atmosphere. People are friendly and helpful. Also, the school was good for the program I was interested in (business). The school also has many opportunities as they are in a hub of corporations.
The curriculum is good. I get to learn about different aspects of business and truly feel like I have the freedom to choose what I want to take. For example, I finished my emphasis so I am trying out different classes that sound interesting.
OC area, close proximity, always did research or volunteering at UCI when I was in high school, very good science classes and programs, prestigious research and internship opportunities, would like to go to its med school.
I'm not sure what core curriculum is, but I'm assuming it is something similar to the common core. In general, I believe that UCI has very food academics though. Their science is top-notch! Sorry, I cannot answer this question.