University of California, Riverside

# =404

QS World University Rankings

About University of California, Riverside

The roots of the campus date back to 1907 when the California State Legislature established the Citrus Experiment Station to conduct research on the agricultural problems of Southern California. Graduate work was conducted early in the station’s history, and…
today, graduate education is central to its mission. In 1948 the Regents approved the establishment of the College of Letters and Science. Necessary legislation was passed by the Academic Senate in 1951, and the college opened for classes in February 1954. The Riverside campus was declared a general campus by act of the Regents in 1959, with a mandate to develop appropriate areas of study. In 1960, the Graduate Division was established, and graduate and professional programs were added.

University information

General
GMAT IELTS TOEFL GRE GPA
594+ 6+ 80+ 329+ 3+
Bachelor
SAT TOEFL IELTS
1110 + 80+ 6+
Total StudentsInternational studentsTotal faculty staff
26,083
UG Students-
86%
PG Students- 14%
2,132
UG Students- 34%
PG Students- 66%
1,448
Domestic Staff- 75%
International Staff- 25%

Tuition fees

International StudentĀ  Tuition Fees: N/A

Rankings & Ratings

Rankings
University of California, Riverside is one of the top public universities in Riverside, United States. It is ranked #=404 in QS World University Rankings 2024.

#=404

QS World University Rankings

#301-350

QS WUR Ranking By Subject

#=528

QS Sustainability Ranking

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Campus locations

University of California, Riverside, California, United States

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