International Students are an important part of the UC Berkeley community. From over 200 different nations, international students add a global dimension to the rich diversity found on the Berkeley campus.
are thinking about coming to study at UC Berkeley, but have not yet been admitted.
are pursuing degree programs and are enrolled in units or Filing Fee.
come to UC Berkeley through an established program called the Education Abroad Program (EAP).
are F-1 or J-1 students who have graduated from UC Berkeley, have applied for work permission and are currently working or seeking employment in the U.S.
have been admitted to the University, but have not yet started classes.
are newly admitted to UCB, but have been in the U.S. attending school at another location in F-1 or J-1 status.
come for one or more Summer Session programs.
began their degree programs at UC Berkeley, withdrew for one or more semesters and are returning to resume their program.