Student Life

There’s a lot of learning that happens outside the classroom, especially through clubs, competitions, and organizations led by and for students. You can sharpen your strengths, try out a new skill, and get hands-on leadership experience.

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Professional Development

Opportunities include summer internships through the Entrepreneurial Fellows Program, our Dedicated Recruiting Pipeline, campus platform (Handshake) and beyond.


You can find leadership positions on the M.E.T. Student Board, where students organize career development and social events and help shape the program.

Campus Support

UC Berkeley offers a vast array of services to students. Learn about the many resources available to you during your time on campus.

Student Voices

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  • There are so many challenges within the esports industry that are either tech or business related. You need technology advancements to push the boundaries of where esports can go, but you also need to find new marketing opportunities, like expanding into new demographics. The M.E.T. dual degree trained me for both.

    Lawrence Z.

    Former Finance & Operations Intern

    Immortals, LLC

    EECS + Business ’21

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    M.E.T. is a group of extremely hard-working and ambitious people, combined with an extraordinary entrepreneurial network. I want to create or join a startup, and one of the things that was really attractive about the program was that I could meet and learn from all these amazing entrepreneurs who have done exactly what I want to do.

    Louie M.

    Former Intern

    Area 1 Security

    EECS + Business ’21

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    We are a very cooperative and welcoming group. When you walk into the M.E.T. office, there are usually people working on projects together, and you can always ask someone to read over your essay or help you debug some code. Everyone is willing to help.

    Michelle L.

    Technology Investment Banking Analyst

    Morgan Stanley

    IEOR + Business ’21

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