FAQ

Frequently asked Questions

Q: How could I apply to join UCLA for graduate education or other research in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering?

If you have questions about student admissions and requirements, please contact the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Student Affairs Officer by or call (310) 825-1203. Basic information on the UCLA Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department can be obtained here, and information on graduate studies can be obtained here.

Q:  I am a foreign student or researcher. Where could I obtain information about conducting research in UCLA’s Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department?

The Student Affairs Office will answer your questions about furthering your science career through UCLA’s Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department. You can contact the Student Affairs Office by or by calling (310) 825-1203.  You may also want to examine information on the ChE Department, or information on UCLA located on this website, or check the official UCLA website for further information.

Q:  I have a technical Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering question or problem that I would like to discuss with qualified experts, or I wish to establish a research affiliation with the UCLA Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department or faculty. How shall I proceed?

If you have specific technical questions on Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, it would be best to consult individual faculty pages for their expertise and contact them individually at their phone numbers or email addresses indicated.

Q:  Where is the UCLA Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department? 

The Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department is located at the following address:

UCLA Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department
5531 Boelter Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1592
Tel: (310) 825-2046
Fax: (310) 206-4107

Please address the package or letter specifically to the attention of whomever you wish to contact.

This office is located on the fifth floor of Boelter Hall, located near parking lots 8 and 9 on the UCLA campus.  A map of UCLA campus as well as directions to UCLA from LAX (the Los Angeles International Airport) can be found here.

When contacting the department, please consult the person best equipped to handle your problem or question.  This would be the for most general questions regarding admission and the department, and individual faculty for technical questions on research.