University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles
(4.5/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
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  • Nice day trip to do with the Hammer museum, (Hammer museum would be nice if more to seen, wait till January 2017). walk around see the wall of fame, squirrels, bring your little children great space t...  more »
  • Normal university with below average sight-seeing. Parking is expensive. There can be a lot of traffic. Not freeway close. 
  • Is an unmissable ride, but need to stay a whole day because there's a lot to learn. There's a lot of fun the kids will love it.
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  • Good school but with some horrible students. I encountered countless UCLA graduates, even a regent, throwing dirty words at others without the proper manner during debates. Overall, UCLA is a good school which has nurtured abundant notable alumni but the student overall quality? I'd give it a second thought. Good luck on working or discussing "friendly" with a UCLA alumni; You will hear every possible swear word there exists. Not even mentioning the recent UCLA freshman demanding email case, showing plenty of rude and uneducated quality. I do feel sorry for a portion of the UCLA students who are genuinely well behaved and academically successful.
  • I've gone to other 4 year, internationally known Universities before.....Sooo what that UCLA is almost as well known as Coca-cola, Michael Jackson and the American Dream. It is unnatural to see the desire to attend this school overseas. Makes you think, "should have gone to calculus a little more." I had no such qualms - I was a humanities major. In any language some ideas, attitudes or feelings are lost. There are no orphans here: FU*K U$C.
  • Freshmen in high school, but having dreams to come to UCLA in the future.. Its all I ever wanted... MY DREAM SCHOOL.
  • Looking back I had a good time at Ucla. The teachers were, on the whole, knowledgeable and helpful. My classmates were usually helpful, sometimes competitive, but I never saw the side of ucla where people sabotage projects and my major was of the cut-throat hard science variety. The campus is nice, although devoid of nature for the most part. Despite the recent tuition hikes it's still quite affordable compared to similar caliber universities.
  • Love this campus and its architecture. My husband attended school here, and we try to come and walk the campus at least once a year. Their gear is a little pricy, but their clothes are soft and durable.