61 reviews
  1. San Francisco, CA
  2. 4 Year
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University of California - San Francisco is ...
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500 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco, CA 94143
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$15,431

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After University of California - San Francisco

Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
$118,900/ year
National
$33,028
Graduation Rate
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47%
Employed 2 Years After Graduation
98%
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So far school has been very fun and i have learned a lot freshman year. My favorite experience would have to be homecoming everyone was having such a good time together. What makes my school so unique is because we all got in because of the same reason. We are all smart even though were different colors and have different beliefs. I would choose my school again because its a good school and the acceptance of every race , everyone is awesome.
Small cohort of students, so the learning experience is an intimate one. Professors carry decades of nursing experience and there is a general attitude of wanting students to succeed.
The program that I applied to at UCSF was the Master's Entry Program in Nursing. The application process for this program included writing 2 essays - one goal statement and one personal history statement - and obtaining 4 letters of recommendation. The application itself was not difficult but what was challenging was applying for multiple nursing schools at the same time. Unlike applying for medical school, nursing school applications are not uniform and actually differ greatly, requiring different essays and pre-requisite classes for each one. UCSF had a different deadline and the number of letters of recommendation seemed like a lot to me at the time.

As far as important criteria for admission, I would say that they are looking for candidates that have a something unique to bring to the field of nursing, rich perspectives or past experiences that they can carry into their new career, and those who have a passion for working with underserved populations.