The University of California was founded in 1868, born out of a vision in the State Constitution of a university that would “contribute even more than California’s gold to the glory and happiness of advancing
generations.” The first campus—envisioned as a “City of Learning”—was established at Berkeley, near the San Francisco Bay.
Today the world’s premier public university and a wellspring of innovation, UC Berkeley occupies a 1,232-acre campus with a park-like 178-acre central core. It is the oldest of 10 University of California campuses.
With its mission of teaching, research, and public service, Berkeley, or “Cal” as alumni know it, is one of the world’s most distinguished institutions of higher education.
It is renowned for the excellence of its faculty and students, the scope of its research and publications, the size and quality of its library collections, and the excellence of its laboratory and educational facilities.
|SESSION A||Six Weeks||May 21 – June 29|
|SESSION B||Ten Weeks||June 4 – August 10|
|SESSION C||Eight Weeks||June 18 – August 10|
|SESSION D||Six Weeks||July 2 – August 10|
|SESSION E||Three Weeks||July 23 – August 10|
|UNIVERSITY HOLIDAYS||Memorial Day Independence Day||Monday, May 28 Wednesday, July 4|
Choose from undergraduate courses in more than 80 subjects, including arts, engineering, humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and the professional fields of architecture, business, education, public health, and social welfare.
Courses are offered in three, six, eight, or 10-week intensive sessions. All courses are regular university courses and are recorded on an official UC Berkeley transcript.
While completion of summer courses does result in a UC Berkeley transcript, participating in this education program does not in itself provide preference in admission to the University of California.
Classes for 2018 will be posted on http://classes.berkeley.edu/ on December 10th.
Students can visit the website after December 10th to have them start looking through our list of courses so they are ready to apply in February.
4、Tuition and Fees
This chart represents the estimated tuition and fees for a visiting international student taking two courses (three units each) during a six-week session.
|Course Tuition (two three-unit courses at $550 per unit)||$3,300|
|International Service Fee||$300|
|Document Management Fee||$56|
This chart does not reflect costs for housing, books, supplies, and incidentals. Expenses vary with the length of stay and all fees are subject to change. For detailed fee information, visit summer.berkeley.edu/international/registration/fees.
Course Materials and Service Fee
Some departments charge a Course Materials and Service Fee for specific classes, such as those with science or computer labs, photography labs, physical education courses, and art supplies. The Course Materials and Service Fee is non-refundable and should be noted in the Class Schedule at classes.berkeley.edu.
Cancellation means dropping all courses in every session in which you are enrolled before instruction begins in your first course. You are charged a $100 cancellation fee. Visiting international students who have received an I-20 will be charged $400.
* There may be additional fee(s) for special programs not included on this page.
** Summer tuition and fees must be paid in full within seven calendar days after enrollment, or you will be dropped from your class(es).
5、International Student Requirements
1)Full-Time Student Status
2)English Proficiency Requirement
3)Visa and Immigration
A variety of housing is available for your time at Berkeley Summer Sessions. Popular accommodations fill quickly, so make your housing arrangements as early as possible.
Students who are interested in this program should apply at mysjtu （2018年暑期项目）before December 31st，2017.
We will then direct students who pass the interview to apply at the application system of UCB, and it will begin on February 1st, 2018.
For More Datails: http://summer.berkeley.edu/