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Welcome Class of 2023!

Congratulations on your acceptance to Berkeley M.E.T.! Over the next few months we’d like to invite you to get to know us better through the opportunities below. We can’t wait to meet you! 

Overnight Program

Join us for a special Overnight Program for newly-admitted Berkeley M.E.T. students! This program will give you an inside glimpse of what Berkeley M.E.T. has to offer and provide an opportunity to meet current M.E.T. students. Spend a night on campus with an M.E.T. student, attend academic lectures, learn about student clubs and organizations, and experience living in an on-campus residential hall – all for free! A sample schedule from last year’s Overnight Program is available here

We encourage you to sign up early. Spots are limited. Registration must be completed by 11:59pm PST Wednesday, April 3. Your parent/guardian must complete the waivers and release forms before you register.

Connect with us on social media

Send a request to join the official Berkeley M.E.T. Class of 2023 Facebook group.

This group is a place for admitted M.E.T. students to chat and meet with other admits, current students, staff, and the M.E.T. advisory board. 

Follow us:

Facebook: facebook.com/berkeleymet

Instagram: @ucberkeleymet

Twitter: @ucberkeleymet

Visiting Berkeley M.E.T.

Cal Day

Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 13, UC Berkeley’s annual Open House

Register to participate in our Cal Day programming here.

Admit Coffee Chats 

Connect with students and staff  in the M.E.T. Collaboration space in 130 Blum between 11:30am – 12:30pm for a Coffee Chat. If you can’t make it in person, join in virtually via Google Hangouts (links provided below).

Coffee chats will be held on:

Get your questions answered

Ask an M.E.T. student

Interested in speaking with current students? We encourage you to reach out to these students directly to hear about their experiences at Berkeley. Or, if you prefer, we can have a current student contact you directly, just fill out this form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Academic information

Learn more about your major’s 4-year plan of study and degree requirements at the links below:

Explore the Exam Credit Guidelines (2018-2019) document to learn more about which exams count for course credit in the M.E.T. program. (Exam credit is subject to change and will be updated for the 2019-2020 by July 2019.)

Learn about the multitude of research opportunities available in EngineeringBusiness and campus-wide.