The University of California at Davis is home to aspiring entrepreneurs who are devising positive change, who leave their mark on one of the leading public universities in the United States, part of the “Public Ivy League”. The university boasts over 100 years of reputation as one of the country’s best higher education institutions in Northern California. The 5300-acre university campus is located in Davis, a vibrant campus with a population of about 68,000 located in Yolo County. Located in Northern California, Davis has a Mediterranean climate, with over 267 sunny days a year. The state capital, Sacramento, is a 20-minute drive from the university, while San Francisco Bay, Lake Tahoe and Napa Valley are a two-hour drive away. More than 29,500 undergraduate students have the opportunity to choose their program to study from more than 102 specialties. The ratio of students to teachers in the class is 19: 1. The master’s program covers almost 96 specialties. At the university, students can easily find clubs and interest classes in more than 800 student organizations, including the ability to defend the university by participating in 25 sports teams. The University of California, Davis, has at its disposal the only academic medical center in the region integrated with the medical and nursing schools. Over 1,400 international students have chosen the University of California, Davis for undergraduate and graduate studies.

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