UCLA Global Classroom/Social Science Education in Asia (SSEIA) Program
The UCLA Global Classroom/SSEIA Program, an outreach program run by the International Institute, Division of Social Sciences and UCLA Extension, is designed to connect with student populations beyond the UCLA campus. The program offers credit-bearing, UCLA Extension General Education (GE) and introductory courses to highly-selected international students who are interested in attending universities in the United States.
The UCLA classes are taught in the students' home country and will enable them to enhance their training in the social sciences and other fields, better prepare for American higher education, increase their competitiveness in university applications, and begin to accrue degree credits toward their American Bachelor's degree.
The academic year 2011-2012 marked the second year of the Global Classroom/SSEIA program. The first two years were very successful, with all of our students going on to study at US universities including many top universities.
The UCLA International Institute and Division of Social Sciences plan to expand the program to other parts of Asia and the world.
For more information about the UCLA Global Classroom/SSEIA Program (including our students' performance, credit transferability, etc.), please contact Dr. Cindy Fan (范芝芬), Interim Vice Provost for International Studies, Director of UCLA Global Classroom (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dr. Justin Zackey (张嘉熙), Associate Director of UCLA Global Classroom (email@example.com).