University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles

(4.5/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
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  • Just passed by the area. It was a very clean and clutter free drive. Not much to contribute but it was a nice place. 
  • What would a trip to LA be without a trip to the UCLA campus? Just driving through this immense campus was like traveling through a small city. I was impressed. 
  • This is a little peace of Europe in LA. Perfect for a walk. Old buildings, trees, nothing special, but still very nice place to be in. 
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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.