The Graduate Division serves more than 13,000 students in over 100 graduate degree programs. We are here to help you from the time you are admitted until you complete your graduate program.
We're thrilled you're considering Berkeley for your graduate study. We offer more than 100 programs for master's, professional, and doctoral students to pursue their dreams.
Working toward obtaining your graduate degree at Berkeley is an exciting and challenging endeavor, but funding your graduate education shouldn’t be your greatest challenge.
We're here to support you as you progress through your degree, and help you understand the policies and procedures that inform your graduate education.
GradPro, the Graduate Writing Center, and the GSI Teaching & Resource Center can support you in your academic and professional development at all stages of your degree program and in preparing for your career.
The Office for Graduate Diversity provides support and services for prospective and continuing students in an effort to support and sustain a more diverse graduate student community.
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"The Professor is In!"
Online entrepreneurship resources to check out this summer.
Humanities Ph.D.s discuss career paths and dialogue with employers.
Faculty and graduate students discuss healthy mentoring relationships.
Take advantage of campus and online resources to develop “hard” and “soft” skills.
Berkeley champion Joe Charbonnet reflects on the UC-wide competition.
Graduate students deliver three-minute talks and win cash prizes.
Hear from employers hiring Ph.D.s and postdocs!
Students meet alums in tech, entrepreneurship, nonprofits, and more.
Tips and first steps for career exploration recommended by the Beyond Academia conference’s speakers, panelists, and attendees!
PhDs in English and Biology deliver keynotes at the 2018 Beyond Academia Conference.
Ten semifinalists chosen from programs including Ancient History & Mediterranean Archaeology, Environmental Engineering, Physics, and Rhetoric.
An Architecture doctoral student discusses what he learned from a communications competition.
Eight graduate students presented compelling three-minute narratives about their humanities and social science research.
The Graduate Professional Development program supports students' success and career preparation.
The Beyond Academia conference features panels on a variety of career tracks that will provide you the opportunity to interact with successful and creative professionals.
Humanities & Social Sciences students are invited to their own Grad Slam!
Graduate Professional Development and the Townsend Center host series to promote humanities and social science communication.
Check out this semester’s roster of info sessions, offered by the Career Center and Graduate Professional Development.
Check out three spring graduate courses for enhancing skills in academic writing, teaching, and mentoring.