Department of Statistics Exchange Opportunities
The Department of Statistics at UCLA coordinates undergraduate and graduate statistics teaching and research within the College of Letters and Sciences. We teach a large number of undergraduates and we have a substantial graduate program. Our research and teaching have a strong emphasis on computational and applied statistics. We have an active consulting center for both on-campus and off-campus clients.
You can find the Department’s catalog online.
Students from the university partners below, learn more about studying at UCLA.
UCLA students should contact the Department of Statistics for application information, additional requirements and deadline dates.
To start the application process, please fill out the Application Form.
Statistics Exchange Programs
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) was established in 1755 and is one of the oldest Russian institutions of higher education. Over 40,000 graduate students and 7,000 undergraduate students are currently enrolled at MSU. The university boasts a number of scientific research institutes specializing in areas of mechanics, nuclear physics, astronomy, lasers, molecular biology, bioorganic chemistry, anthropology, materials sciences, ecology, and humanitarian sciences. Campus facilities include over 350 laboratories, numerous research institutes, observatories and affiliated museums. The main campus is located in Moscow, Russia and is about five miles from the city center.
MSU currently has an exchange program that allows UCLA students majoring in statistics to study at MSU for up to one year. To be considered for admission, interested students must be enrolled as undergraduate student at UCLA Department of Statistics.
For information about available courses and programs, please visit the MSU Web site.
Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain
Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) is a modern and highly prestigious public university. It was founded in 1990 and is located in the urban centre of the city of Barcelona, by the sea. The University offers undergraduate and graduate courses in the social sciences, in the humanities, in communication and information technologies as well as in health and life sciences.
UPF is a university with a decisively international outlook and a steadfast commitment to forging links between students and society. This commitment accounts for the high degree of mobility of its students and the large number of foreign students on its courses; its intense collaboration with universities all around the world; leading lecturers and teaching staff, as well as its participation on a multitude of international projects, networks and associations.
UPF currently has an exchange program that allows UCLA students majoring in statistics to study at UPF for up to one year. To be considered for admission, interested students must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at the UCLA Department of Statistics.
For information about available courses and programs, please visit the UPF Web site.