physicsversed wrote: Also, how does it compare to other universities: how does it compare to other UC institutes for HEP-theory? I am pretty sure that UC Berkely and then UCSB are at the top, but not sure about the rest.
And how does it compare to non-UC institutes in HEP-theory? Do you think it is the same level as, for example, Wisconsin-Madison?
physicsversed wrote:Thanks for the answer. I am mainly interested in physics beyond the standard model and dark matter. How do you compare it to Irvine, Santa Cruz and San Diego in this area?
physicsversed wrote:PathIntegrals92 and bfollinprm, thank you for your answers.
I have two questions related to the admission: First, if I prefer a specific UC campus, but apply also to others as a backup, does it decrease my chances of getting accepted into my preferred campus? (my thought was that perhaps the UC campuses share information, and if I apply to several programs then they would decide to which of them they prefer to accept me. or are they completely independent?)
And second - do all UC campuses make interviews? including UC Davis? (I heard that Berkeley, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz do)
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