Summer and Fall 2021
Find your status below to learn how you can study in Los Angeles this Summer and Fall 2021.
Students without an F-1 visa who wish to study in the U.S.
For 2021 Summer and Fall quarters, UCLA Extension International Programs will be offered in a hybrid (online and in-person) format. Students without an F-1 visa, who wish to study in the U.S. and enroll in one of our hybrid format programs, will meet U.S. Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) eligibility requirements for an I-20 form to obtain an F-1 visa.
How does it work?
Our hybrid programs will include at least one in-person class meeting over the course of the quarter or program session. The number of in-person meetings may increase as public health orders permit. Even though you will be living in Los Angeles, most of your class sessions will be conducted online in real-time using video web-conferencing tools.
How to enroll:
Follow the instructions as outlined below. All new international F-1 students who arrive in the U.S. for Summer and Fall quarters 2021 will be automatically enrolled in a hybrid program, which will include at least one in-person class meeting over the course of the quarter or program session.
Students who are already in the U.S. with an F-1 visa can transfer to UCLA Extension and maintain F-1 status. Transfer students are not required to participate in an in-person class to maintain their visa status at this time.
Continuing Students in the U.S with F-1 visa
Current UCLA Extension students living in the U.S. with an F-1 visa are not required to participate in an in-person class at this time. You may enroll in fully online courses for Summer and Fall quarters.
Continuing Students Outside of the U.S. with F-1 visa
Current UCLA Extension students living outside the U.S. may enroll in fully online courses for Summer and Fall quarters and maintain F-1 status. If you wish to re-enter the U.S., please contact us for instruction at 310-825-9351 or firstname.lastname@example.org. When in-person classes resume in full, you may be required to re-enter the U.S. to maintain F-1 status.
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