University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) is a public research university that offers admissions to other countries students. The UCSB offers international students for first-time freshman and junior-level transfer students only. At the present time UCSB has 611 graduate and 245 undergraduate students studying from 69 countries. The UCSB available for new students with qualified applicants from number of places. They are accepts admission applications from international students for the fall term only.
The UC Santa Barbara provides admissions presentations, campus tours and transfer advising sessions for approximately 40,000 guests each year. The University has various faculties includes elected members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Sciences, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The UCSB has 10 general campuses of the University of California system the main big campus is located in Santa Barbara, California.
There are a variety of campus centers to offering social, recreational, religious, and preprofessional activities for students. The university offers wide rang of education programs for the students. More than 200 majors and degree are offered the UCSBs schools and colleges including, Science, Management, Engineering, Creative studies, School of Environmental etc. UCSB was selected as one of the first California Institutes for Science and Innovation. It is offering 55 graduate degrees and 87 undergraduate degrees.
UCSB Admissions Application Details:
The UCSB offers admission those students who will be first-time freshmen (first year) or those who transfer as juniors (third year). They accept applications for the fall term only from international students. The international undergraduate students can applicant are assessing in accordance with the general regulations governing admission. UCSB offers following admission:
- Freshman Admission
- Transfer Admission
How To Apply UCSB Admissions:
Freshman Admissions and Transfer students can apply their application online at the official website of UCSB www.admissions.ucsb.edu. Following are given full information about requirement.
Application Filling Date:
|UC Santa Barbara Application Periods|
|Spring 2010||Fall 2010||Winter 2011||Fall 2011|
|Filing Period||Oct 1-31, 2009||Nov 1-30, 2009||July 1-31, 2010||Nov. 1-30, 2010|
|Open to Freshman Applicants?||Closed||Closed||Closed||Open Nov., 2010|
Junior-level Transfer Applicants?
|Closed||Closed||To be Determined
(Check back in June)
|Open Nov., 2010|
|Open to International Applicants?||Closed||Closed||Closed||Open Nov., 2010|
How to Apply Online:
The online application is available during application filing periods. The Freshman and Transfer students can apply online at the official website of UCSB universityofcalifornia.edu/apply, where you see at the top of the website “Applicants” options, click on it and open a login page, then enter your UCSB Perm Number or Application ID, Password and select Application Quarter and press “Submit” button. The system will automatically log you out after 30 minutes of inactivity on the Admissions website.
The filing fee for each University of California campus you apply to is $60. For international applicants, the filing fee is $70 per campus.
Apply Late or Apply for a Closed Term:
You can apply for admission after a filing period has ended, or for a UCSB term that will be closed to new applicants, you must submit a written appeal. Appeals is based on your overall application and justifying status.
You can include in your appeal or letter following details:
- A statement describing your special circumstances.
- The quarter and year for which you are applying.
- Whether you are applying as a freshman or transfer student.
- Intended major.
- Full legal name (no nicknames).
- Address and phone number.
- E-mail address.
- Date of birth.
- The last four digits of your social security number (if applicable).
- Copies of all transcripts.
Mail your appeal to:
Admissions Review Committee
Office of Admissions
1210 Cheadle Hall
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-2014
Or fax a copy to: