Resources for Students
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Handshake is a platform that connects talented Bruins with internships, jobs and career opportunities.
Use Handshake to find workshops, events and other career development programs hosted by the UCLA Career Center.
Job Postings and Fellowships for MAE Graduate and Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate Research Experience
Job Resource Center (external site)
Databases and Listings of Fellowships
UCLA GRAPES database
Do Your Own Search — Use the search services listed below to perform your own search.
- COS – Community of Science
The COS database of funding opportunities contains information from federal and regional governments, foundations, professional societies, associations, and corporations. The COS database is updated daily.
GrantForward uses specialized data-crawling technology to constantly update our extensive database of sponsors and funding opportunities, allowing thousands of grant opportunities to be gathered from over 9,000 US Sponsors. Every grant opportunity is thoroughly analyzed and then verified by our team of specialists to ensure accuracy.
- SPIN – Sponsored Programs Information Network
SPIN includes both Federal and Non-Federal funding opportunities, as well as selected RFPs from the Commerce Business Daily and InfoEd’s Federal Register Weekly Reference Guide. SPIN is updated daily.
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The Mechanical and Aerospace Graduate Student Affairs Office at UCLA Samueli School of Engineering offers a complete range of services for new and continuing M.S. and PhD students. To our approximately 350 graduate students, we provide academic counseling, admissions process assistance, and degree conferral requirements. We also administer the process of all fellowship funding.
Our mission is to educate the nation’s future leaders in science and art of mechanical and aerospace engineering. Further, we seek to expand the frontiers of engineering sciences and to encourage technological innovations while fostering academic excellence and scholarly learning in collegial environment.
MESSAGE TO INCOMING GRADUATE STUDENTS:
Welcome MAE Graduate Students!
This is a list of things to help you get settled as a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles. On behalf of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering faculty and staff, we wish you a successful Academic Year.
NEW STUDENTS CHECKLIST:
Directions to Campus
Office of International Students and Scholars (International Students)
106 Bradley Hall, 310-825-1681
(bring your I-20 and admission letter from Graduate Division)
Bruin card office: 121 Kerckoff Hall
(bring your admission letter from Graduate Division and photo ID)
Personnel and Payroll Services
Graduate Student Researcher Recipients, Processing support to Staff, Students, and Postdoctoral Fellows.
Equipment management and rental
Room access keys
Facilities service requests
- ABET — Undergraduate Objectives and Outcomes
- Undergraduate Admissions
- BS Curriculum
- Internship/Scholarship Offerings
- Instructional Laboratories
Forms & Procedures
Forms for Current Masters & Ph.D. Students
Masters and Ph.D. Programs Forms and Procedures
Enrollment Petition Form
Enrollment Petition Form
Positions for Students
Scholarships for MAE Juniors
MAE Student Recruitment Web
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