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- Standards and Procedures for Graduate Study at UCLA
(PDF-612KB) The publication provides detailed information and sets forth general policies regarding completion of degree requirements, master's and doctoral committees, examinations, and foreign language requirements.
- Academic Apprentice Personnel Manual
(PDF-753KB) The manual explains official UCLA policies for the appointments of graduate students to all academic personnel titles. Contain information on how to find appointments, minimum requirements, terms of employment, benefits, and training.
- Thesis and Dissertation Filing Requirements
(PDF-556KB) A new version of the official UCLA manuscript preparation and online filing guide is now available.
- Research Travel Grant Pilot Program
A pilot program for 2014-15 to help reimburse off-campus doctoral research for up to a 9-month period.