Berkeley’s Berkeley Admission Office (BAA) announced on Friday that it would be reviewing applications for 2019 in order to determine whether or not to accept them.
The BAA’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions announced the decision in a press release, saying that they have been “reviewing applications for some time.”
Berkeley’s admissions policy does not specifically exclude students who have completed at least one year of college or graduate school, but the policy also includes those who are admitted to UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering.
“We will make the decision on whether to admit these students based on their academic credentials and their performance in the upcoming academic year,” the statement reads.
“In the meantime, we are reviewing applications to determine if there is merit to their request.”
In 2019, Berkeley will have a total of 12,000 undergraduate students and 2,000 graduate students.
It also has a strong academic profile in the engineering sciences, and has had success in recruiting engineers.
Berkeley is one of the top 10-ranked universities in the U.S. in terms of both its undergraduate admissions and graduate admissions.
It is also one of only two U.C. Berkeley universities to have achieved 100 percent completion rates among all students in each of its three years of admission.
In 2018, the BAA said it had a “very strong” academic record in engineering.
“Berkeley’s engineering department has a rich history of excellence, and the College of Arts and Sciences and the Engineering Institute of California are the two leading research universities in California,” the BCA said in a statement.
“The College of Science is committed to providing exceptional educational opportunities for its students, which includes undergraduate and graduate degree programs and a rigorous academic curriculum that engages students and engages them in research.
Berkeley’s faculty members are highly trained in engineering, including an Engineering Research Association and a California Engineering Research Council member.”
The BCA has had a long-standing commitment to recruiting students from the state of California.
Last year, the Berkeley campus welcomed more than 200 students from more than 100 different states.
“UC Berkeley’s diverse and highly trained engineering faculty, students and alumni continue to contribute to the nation’s largest university,” the university said in the statement.
The school has seen a large surge in enrollment this year, with more than 6,000 students graduating.