The Department of Earth and Space Sciences has graduate degree programs in:
- Geophysics and Space Physics
- All disciplines practiced in both terrestrial and planetary environments
We are now accepting applications for the Fall Quarter 2013; the application deadline is January 15th, 2013. Please visit the web site below regarding the on-line application process:
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The UCLA Graduate Division retains the official application information and the mandatory application fee ($80 for US citizens and permanent residents; $100 for all other applicants).
The Earth and Space Sciences Department requires the following additional information:
From the UCLA Graduate Division Online Application
- Basic Information
- Citizenship and Residency
- Plans for Graduate Study
- Academic History
- Test Scores (GRE General Test; TOEFL scores if applicable)
- Statement of Purpose
- Professional Experience
- Resume Upload (optional but beneficial)
- Recommendations (3 letters of reference submitted electronically)
The University requires that you complete the fields under:
- Disclosure Statement
- Biographical Data
In addition, we require receipt of two sets of official transcripts from all institutions attended since secondary school. These materials must be mailed directly to Earth and Space Sciences:
Department of Earth and Space Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1567
For specific requirements regarding our programs in Earth and Space Sciences, please visit the following web sites:
Criteria for Admission: We welcome applications from all who meet eligibility requirements for graduate-level studies. For general information regarding criteria for admission, please visit: Admission Criteria.
Contact for more information
Student Affairs Officer
Fees and Estimated Costs
All applicants are considered for financial support. In general, our admitted students are fully funded through fellowships, teaching assistantships, and/or research assitantships.
- View our Financial Aid page for information regarding the many funding opportunities for graduate students at UCLA.