California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is perfect for anybody who loves great beach weather and quality academic programs. Besides overlooking the Pacific Ocean, CSULB offers affordable education opportunities, teaching-intensive and research-driven education, diverse and talented student body, contemporary sustainable facilities, as well as industry links with major engineering and business companies.
Apply today for a semester starting in August 2017 or January 2018. Find out how to apply here.
Key facts about CSULB:
Affordable Educational Opportunities: Time magazine ranked CSULB among the top 10 best value colleges and universities in the nation based on the Obama’s administration’s criteria for assessing schools. Read more University Distinctions here
Teaching-Intensive, Research Driven University: With a 24:1 student to student ratio, CSULB with professors and involvement in research and creative activities under faculty supervision. There are 85 undergraduate and 62 graduate degree options offered through eight colleges on campus.
Diverse and Talented Student Body: Students come from over 100 countries, 43 US states, and 56 counties in California. Among students there is no ethnic majority; over 50% are female and over 80% are undergraduates. Read more campus facts and demographics here
Contemporary and Sustainable Facilities: CSULB received the Overall Sustainable Design Award for its recent renovation projects and received honorary mentions for their science lab ventilation and water conservation projects.
Industry links with major engineering and business companies: CSULB engineering graduates go on to technical and management jobs at leading US regional and national employers such as Boeing, the Port of Los Angeles, Northrop Grunman, Southern California Edison and others. CSULB business administration graduates are connected to various paid business internships. In addition, 90% of CSULB students are employed within 2 years of graduation.
Opportunity to study near Los Angeles: CSULB is located 40km from Los Angeles. The University is also near dozens of picturesque beaches like Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Laguna Beach as well as worldwide attractions, such as Hollywood, Disneyland and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood.