Study and Travel
Current UCLA students and admitted freshmen have many options for travel and study, whether they want to travel throughout California, the country, or the world!
- UC Sacramento Center
Students of all majors who are interested in gaining valuable hands-on work experience in our state capitol can do so at the UC Sacramento Center. Participants will spend an academic quarter completing a full-time internship and research seminar, while maintaining their enrollment status at UCLA.
- UCLA Summer Sessions Travel Study
Every summer students have an opportunity to participate in a travel study program that allows them to earn academic credit while exploring a dynamic subject immersed in the relevant culture and environment. From NYC or Washington DC to Europe, Asia, or Latin America, students are taught by distinguished UCLA faculty and interact with notable experts in the field of study. Students can chose from over 30 programs on five different continents, varying from four to six weeks in length. Newly admitted freshmen can participate and may be able to use their financial aid for Travel Study.
- UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy (CAPPP)
This program is available for students to study, intern, and live in Washington, DC for one academic quarter. Students benefit from one-on-one faculty interaction, research experience, and substantive internship placements while earning up to 16 units of upper division credit. CAPPP sends 30 students, mostly juniors and seniors, to Washington each fall, winter, and spring.
- UC Education Abroad Program (EAP)
Ranked as one of the top international study programs in the nation, EAP offers language and culture programs as well as full immersion programs by partnering with leading universities around the world. EAP offers 384 programs at 115 partner institutions in 42 countries. Students can study abroad for an entire academic year or for a semester/quarter length of time. UC credit is conferred and financial aid, and scholarships are available for eligible students.