Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair

The University of California, Berkeley is holding its fourth annual virtual Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair October 30-November 3 to help prospective professional, master’s, and doctoral students learn more about UC Berkeley overall, our application process, and departments.

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Take Action on SHIP

Maintain continual access to SHIP You should enroll in at least one Fall 2023 course before July 29 to maintain continuous access…

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Student Adobe License Access Change

All students (including student employees) who wish to receive an Adobe Creative Cloud license must submit a request. Adobe licenses are available…

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CITRIS Aviation Prize for Students

Overview The CITRIS Aviation Prize, created in collaboration with the Institute for Transportation Studies at UC Berkeley, challenges student teams to design,…

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Conference Travel Grants

Academic master’s and all doctoral students may apply for funding to attend professional conferences or to participate in professional development activities; however,…

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UC Berkeley eliminates GRE test requirement for vast majority of graduate programs

Only 13 of UC Berkeley’s more than 125 graduate programs have elected to require the GRE for this year’s admission cycle. While most departments eliminated GRE requirements last year due to concerns about access in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of Berkeley’s departments again chose to forgo requiring GRE as part of a broader movement recognizing the GRE as a weak predictor of graduate student success.

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New Seminar for Graduate Students

UC Berkeley’s Humility, Unity, and Growth initiative is launching a UC Berkeley course titled “Demystify Masculinity in the Latinx Community” The course code is 21229. This course is being offered through the Department of Ethnic Studies.