Institutional Research and Academic Planning
IRAP collaborates with the Office of Research and Graduate Studies and campus Graduate Deans to provide analytical and survey support on graduate students.
Summary metrics can be found in the Graduate Academic and Graduate Professionals Support Students chapter of the UC Accountability Report (Chapter 4).
Every UC-affiliated law school saw an increase in first-time bar passage rates in July 2017. UC Berkeley and UCLA had the highest pass rates, with 89% and 88% of first-time examinees passing, respectively.
UC is dedicated to ensuring the success of its more than 260,000 undergraduate and graduate students. This report provides information on the university’s latest data collection efforts and strategies for addressing basic needs security.
A comparison of the Bar Examination pass rates among law school graduates shows UC compares favorably with other California law schools and employment outcomes.
A longitudinal analysis of the impact on California of UC-trained health professionals, beginning in the early 20th century through today.
The university community has an interest in improving the happiness and well-being of graduate students for a straightforward reason: to enable graduate students to do their best work. The survey is part of a research initiative on graduate student well-being and happiness, led by the Graduate Divisions and the Graduate Student Associations of UC and administered in the spring of 2016.
An interactive dashboard focusing on systemwide time-to-doctorate for 2001-2015 exit cohorts.
An interactive dashboard assessing persistence and completion rates of UC doctoral students.
Filter by degree type, broad discipline, academic year and campus location to discover gender and ethnicity percentages of degree recipients.
In brief: University of California Ph.D. recipients report career success and strong satisfaction with their graduate school education, according to a comprehensive survey of alumni from across all 10 UC campuses.
IRAP experts: Graduate and professional degree students
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