University of California, Irvine

With 37,629 students enrolled across 88 bachelor, 82 master, and 50 doctoral programs, UC Irvine is set on 1,475 acres in Irvine, CA and is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Corporate Partnerships and Programs

Tap into local talent and engage the workforce of the future.

Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

The Office is responsible for adding another layer to the undergraduate experience, one that encourages campus and community partnerships that can foster students’ success after graduation.

Companies interact with students through four main programs:

  • Campuswide Honors CollegiumCohort represents the top 5% of undergraduates
  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities – Over 1200 students annually participate in research across the arts, humanities, social studies, technology, and sciences
  • ANTrepreneur CenterEncourages out-of-the-box thinking
  • Student Success InitiativesConnects students with the resources and support necessary to thrive

Examples of involvement are listed below along with an estimated time commitment.

ON-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AT UCI

  • 60-90 minutes: Tech/Industry Talk, Classroom Guest Lecture
  • 90 minutes to 2 hours: Networking Event
  • 90 minutes to 2 hours: Office Hoursopen time for students to ask questions or discuss career trajectories, business etiquette, etc.

ACTIVITIES AT YOUR WORKPLACE (OR VIRTUAL)

  • 20 minutes per student: Online review and feedback of a recorded mock interview
  • 20-40 hours over 1-2 weeks: Micro-internship/externship

Contact Michelle Aviles Foley to develop the best plan for your needs.

Division of Career Pathways

EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT FORM

Fill out the form and let the UCI Division of Career Pathways (DCP) know how they can connect you to the UCI community, such as through assisting with recruitment efforts, classroom outreach, and other engagement events.

JOB SHADOW PROGRAM

The Job Shadow Program is an unpaid student experience during spring break—hosts simply provide time and insight. Organizations can host for multiple days and employees from different functions can participate. This is a great opportunity to connect with UCI students, spread branding and awareness of your organization and introduce students to your industry and job function.

If you are interested in being a host for the Annual Job Shadow Program, please email [email protected] and we will send you an invite as the program date approaches.

Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

ICS is among the Top 30 best computer science programs in the world and also among the most diverse computing programs in the nation — with nearly 30% female students and 50% who are first-generation college graduates or members of underrepresented minority groups.

The majority of students, particularly in the Masters professional programs where an internship is often required, participate in an internship program. At the undergraduate level, many students utilize the capstone student design program as a platform for an internship, giving employers a 10- to 20-week project cycle to vet candidates.

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

  • Internships, especially through the 10- to 20-week capstone projects that take place throughout the year.
  • Co-Ops: ICS is glad to partner on company-identified research project collaborations with graduate students and/or faculty based locally or at a company location.
  • Student Projects/Capstone with Employers: ICS capstone programs span eight different courses and programs, ranging from undergraduate data science to a master’s in software engineering. ICS will gladly customize projects and student groups according to your company’s specific project need(s). In many cases, capstone sponsor employers hire students as they’ve been able to observe their project management, problem-solving, and team collaboration skills over the project period. Working with a student team on a company project deliverable is often more valuable to an employer than a brief introduction at a recruitment fair or an hour interview.
  • In-Class Panel Discussions and Presentations
  • Networking Mixers
  • Career Fairs
  • Skill-Building Workshops
  • ICS Dean’s Leadership Council: Participate on an advisory board of executive-level leaders who help advance ICS research, teaching and public service goals by strengthening the school’s ties to industry and the community.

Henry Samueli School of Engineering

Over the last 5 years, the Samueli School has made significant investments into increasing its student diversity. In particular, this commitment has led to a 39% increase in the number of women and a 29% increase in the number of underrepresented minorities among its student body.

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

  • Internships and Full-time Recruiting
  • Senior Design/Capstone Projects: Undergraduate and graduate projects generally start in the fall quarters and last between 6-9 months.
  • Corporate Partners Program: Opportunity for strategic collaboration with the Samueli School of Engineering through projects, initiatives, and other student-centric engagements.
  • Faculty Research Collaborations
  • In-Class Presentations
  • Networking Mixers

Contact Keith Yeung, Associate Director of Corporate Relations, for more details.

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U.S. News & World Report

Public University in the United States

Top 5

U.S. Universities

Number of Undergraduate Applications Received for 2020-21

#1

UC system

Most Applied to Campus

Schools and Degrees

U: Undergraduate degree offered | G: Graduate degree offered

Paul Merage School of Business

Degree Programs

Business AdministrationU
Business Information ManagementU
FinanceG
Innovation and EntrepreneurshipG
ManagementG
Professional AccountancyG
Business AnalyticsG
Biotechnology ManagementG
Engineering ManagementG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

Degree Programs

Aerospace EngineeringU
Biomedical EngineeringUG
Biomedical Engineering: PremedicalU
Chemical EngineeringU
Chemical and Biomolecular EngineeringG
Civil EngineeringU
Civil and Environmental EngineeringG
Computer EngineeringU
Computer Science and EngineeringU
Electrical EngineeringU
Electrical and Computer EngineeringG
Embedded & Cyber-Physical SystemsG
EngineeringG
Engineering ManagementG
Engineering (concentration in Materials and Manufacturing Technology)G
Materials Science EngineeringUG
Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringG
Mechanical EngineeringU
Networked SystemsG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

The Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

Degree Programs

G
Business Information ManagementU
Computer Game ScienceU
Computer ScienceUG
Computer Science and EngineeringU
Data ScienceU
InformaticsU
Networked SystemsG
Software EngineeringU

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Biological Sciences

Degree Programs

Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyU
Biological SciencesU
Biology/EducationU
BiotechnologyG
Biotechnology ManagementG
Cellular & Molecular Biosciences GatewayG
Cellular Molecular BioSciencesG
Conservation and Restoration ScienceG
Developmental and Cell BiologyU
Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyUG
Exercise ScienceU
GeneticsU
Interdepartmental Neuroscience GatewayG
Human BiologyU
Mathematical, Computational, and System BiologyG
Microbiology and ImmunologyU
NeurobiologyU

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Medicine

Degree Programs

Anatomy & NeurobiologyG
Biological ChemistryG
Biomedical & Translational ScienceG
Environemental ToxicologyG
EpidemiologyG
MedicineG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

Sue and Bill Gross School of Nursing

Degree Programs

Nursing ScienceG
Master's Entry Program in NursingG
Doctor of Nursing PracticeG
Doctor of Nursing with Family Nurse Practitioner ConcentrationG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Degree Programs

Pharmaceutical SciencesU
Pharmacological SciencesG
PharmacologyG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Physical Sciences

Degree Programs

Applied PhysicsU
ChemistryUG
Earth System ScienceUG
Environmental Science and PoilcyU
MathematicsUG
PhysicsUG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

Program in Public Health

Degree Programs

Environmental Health SciencesG
Master of Public HealthG
Public HealthG
Public Health SciencesU
Public health PolicyG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Law

Degree Programs

J.D. ProgramG
LL.M ProgramG
Graduate Tax ProgramG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Social Ecology

Degree Programs

Criminology, Law, and SocietyUG
Environmental Science and PoilcyU
Legal and Forensic PsychologyG
Psychology and Social BehaviorUG
Psychological ScienceG
Public PolicyG
Social EcologyUG
Urban StudiesU
Urban and Regional PlanningG
Urban and Environmental Planning and PolicyG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Social Sciences

Degree Programs

AnthropologyUG
Business EconomicsU
Chicano/Latino StudiesU
Cognitive SciencesUG
Demographic and Social AnalysisG
EconomicsUG
International StudiesUG
Language ScienceUG
Logic & Philosophy of ScienceG
Mathematical Behavioral SciencesG
Medicine, Science, and Tech StudiesG
Philosophy, Political Science, and EconomicsG
Political ScienceUG
PsychologyU
Public PolicyG
Quantitative EconomicsU
Social Policy and Public ServiceU
SociologyUG
Statistics/PsychologyG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Humanities

Degree Programs

African American StudiesU
Asian American StudiesUG
Art HistoryUG
ClassicsUG
Comparative LiteratureUG
Culture and TheoryG
East Asian CulturesU
EnglishUG
European StudiesU
European Thought and CultureG
Film and Media StudiesU
FrenchU
Gender and Sexuality StudiesU
GermanG
German StudiesU
Global CulturesU
Global Middle East StudiesU
HistoryUG
Japanese Language and LiteratureU
Korean Literature and CultureU
Literary JournalismU
PhilosophyUG
Religious StudiesU
SpanishUG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

School of Education

Degree Programs

EducationG
Master of Arts in Teaching + Teacher CredentialG
Education SciencesU

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

Claire Trevor School of the Arts

Claire Trevor School of the Arts

ArtUG
DanceUG
DramaUG
Drama and TheatreG
MusicUG
Integrated Composition, Improvisation, and TechnologyG

For more information on the curriculum requirements,

Students come from

21

STATES

46

COUNTRIES

54%

undergraduates

are first generation

78.6%

of students

identify as Persons of Color (POC)

Contact UC, Irvine

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