Daniel answers everything UCLA | Campus Tour 2019
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So I'm here back on Jan's Hill to answer a few questions about U C I. So how big is? Usually, it's a very large school. There's about thirty thousand students in the undergrad program, and there's maybe ten thousand more in their grad school program. People go out all the time, but when it's time to study, you can see all the libraries fill up all the different states, spots Philip. Psychology is very popular, major, and there's a large portion of students who are pre med, and so they want to go to a doctorate program and a lot of the major and bio chemistry biology. Oh, I want to be a doctor, a surgeon and yeah, right. I'd say it's its diversity and its openness. It's a very inclusive campus, and for me personally there's a Filipino culture, and I that I went to and what's cool is there's other culture nights like Korean Culture Night, Chinese culture night and you can go to any of those. It's a very cool campus, and you, Khun, protects me in different organizations and you can kind of see of a variety of viewpoints of the world. Then what is art music theater like? So there's a lot different opportunities you can do very like low key bands where you just rehearsed two hours a week. There's a lot of different options before, soon as that you see life. So what does sports culture like? So a lot of people go to football games and basketball games. We have great teams for volleyball in water polo, but not that many people go to those In reality, I wish more people went. I'd say there's so many opportunities you can find something that's related to your major could definitely find something that you fine. There's really obscure things like there is a herpetologist, her pathological society. There's just anything my imagine, and you could find it here.