Information about UC Irvine student fee and tuition rates is available on the Registrar's website.
See the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page for answers to the most commonly asked questions about applying to graduate school at UC Irvine. Please contact your academic program of interest for more specific information about the department, its admissions process and faculty research.
Because of the large number of highly qualified applicants, the University of California cannot accept all students who meet minimum admission requirements. Each applicant's file is evaluated by both the Dean of the Graduate Division and the faculty of the specific graduate program on the basis of the following factors:
Academic subject preparation
Letters of Recommendation
Statement of Purpose
Examples of applicant's previous work (if required by the program)
Whether the applicant's academic objectives can reasonably be satisfied by a graduate program on this campus
Applicants With Disabilities
If you have a disability and you need assistance in completing the application please contact: Graduate Division, or by phone, (949) 824-4611. Alternately, you may contact UCI's Disability Services Center via email or at (949) 824-7494 (voice), (949) 824-6272 (TDD).