216 votes, 44 comments. A: M.E.T. academic advisor to plan how a minor can fit into their schedules. Log In Sign Up. Annual & Cumulative UC Berkeley and National Acceptance Rates: 2015-2019; Matrix of GPA and MCAT Scores of UCB Admits vs. New Freshman Enrollment by Ethnicity; Ethnicity 2018 Fall 2019 Fall 2020 Fall 2018 Fall 2019 Fall 2020 Fall; African American/Black: 188: 178: 229: 3.1%: 2.8%: 3.7% students pursue a minor? Close. 2019 First Year Class (Oct 6th 2018-Oct 5th 2019) 2019 Completed Applications 5843 Offers of Admission 1150 Acceptance Rate (Percent) 19.68% Enrollees from Applicant pool 307 Enrollment rate from Completed Applications 5.25% Enrollment rate from Offers of Admission 26.70% Other first-year enrollees 20 All Full Time Part Time 2019-2020 UC acceptance rates by campus. A: Yes, M.E.T. UC Berkeley is the #2 university for Venture Capitalist-backed undergraduate entrepreneurs worldwide; Berkeley EECS faculty and alumni have founded over 880 companies; Research . Q: Can M.E.T. students can pursue a minor if they work with their M.E.T. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Applicants: First Time Applicants 2018 & 2019 (pdf) Highlights of Cal medical school applicants: The majority of Cal applicants take at least 1 gap year before entering medical school. Freshman UCLA: 12.4% UC Berkeley: 16.8% UC Irvine: 26.6% UC Santa Barbara: 29.7% UC San Diego: 32.3% UC Davis: 39.1% UC … Press J to jump to the feed. Q: Is the M.E.T. The UC system had been under pressure from state legislators to enroll more Californians after that group’s freshman admission rates fell from 85% in 2009 to 59% in 2018. User account menu. curriculum different from regular engineering or business coursework? Please review the 2018-2019 Exam Credit Guidelines for more information. Posted by 1 year ago. 216. Berkeley International Office's mission is to enhance the academic experiences of international students and scholars by providing the highest levels of knowledge and expertise in advising, immigration services, advocacy, and programming to the UC Berkeley campus community. Archived. 216.