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UPP is a University Preparation Program designed to educate international students how to find and apply to their college and university matches. This year, UPP runs from January 26th to February 7th, 2015.

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UPP Universities & Colleges

California Institute of Technology (Caltech) – #10 California Institute of Technology (Caltech) – #10 California Institute of Technology (Caltech) – #10 California Institute of Technology (Caltech) – #10

California Institute of Technology (Caltech) – #10

The California Institute of Technology, also known as “Caltech”, is ranked #10 on U.S. News and World Report’s “National Universities” list. Caltech is a suburban campus located in Pasadena, California with an undergraduate enrollment of 978. Caltech does not have an official TOEFL score minimum requirement. Caltech is known for its science and engineering programs.

Stanford University – #6 Stanford University – #6 Stanford University – #6 Stanford University – #6

Stanford University – #6

Stanford University is ranked #6 on U.S. News and World Report’s “National Universities” list. Stanford is a suburban campus located in Stanford, California with an undergraduate enrollment of 6,878 and a postgraduate enrollment of over 8,000. Stanford does not have an official TOEFL score minimum requirement. Stanford is known as one of the most prestigious universities in the world with its elite Law, Business, and Medical graduate schools.

University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) – #24 University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) – #24 University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) – #24 University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) – #24

University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) – #24

The University of California – Los Angeles, also known as “UCLA”, is ranked #24 and tied with USC on U.S. News and World Report’s “National Universities” list. UCLA is an urban campus located in the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California with an undergraduate enrollment of 26,162. UCLA has an official TOEFL score minimum requirement of 83 for the internet-based test. UCLA is known for having the largest student population of any California university, for being the most popular U.S. university in terms of applicants, and for its men’s basketball team.

University of California – Berkeley – #21 University of California – Berkeley – #21 University of California – Berkeley – #21 University of California – Berkeley – #21

University of California – Berkeley – #21

The University of California – Berkeley, also known as just “Berkeley” or “Cal”, is ranked #21 on U.S. News and World Report’s “National Universities” list. Berkeley is an urban campus located in Berkeley, California with an undergraduate enrollment of 25,274. Berkeley has an official TOEFL score minimum requirement of 83. Berkeley is known as the most selective public university in the United States.

University of Southern California (USC) – #24 University of Southern California (USC) – #24 University of Southern California (USC) – #24 University of Southern California (USC) – #24

University of Southern California (USC) – #24

The University of Southern California, also known as “USC”, is ranked #24 and tied with UCLA on U.S. News and World Report’s “National Universities” list. USC is an urban campus located in Los Angeles, California with an undergraduate enrollment of 17,414. USC does not have an official TOEFL score minimum requirement. USC is known for being California’s oldest private research university, for having the largest population of international students out of any U.S. university, and for its trophy winning football team.