We encourage you to reach out to the students and alumni listed in the Current Student/Alumni Ambassador Directory and ask them about their experience in the program.
The capstone project is a 5-unit team project plus a complimentary 2- unit Communications for Engineers course that provides students a way to develop their technical and leadership skills. The format of this project will vary depending upon what is most appropriate for the student’s concentration and all projects will give students the opportunity to work as a team using advanced technology to develop and design an innovative solution to an important problem. We are currently soliciting Capstone Project proposals from faculty and industry partners for the 2018-19 academic year. EECS capstone projects can be found here. A complete list with project details for all other departments will be released to incoming students over the summer. Past capstone projects profiles are listed here. See capstone project videos from 2015-17 at the Fung Institute Youtube channel.
Each student team will have the opportunity to present their innovation to a campus wide audience with papers, oral presentations and exhibitions where they can display the prototypes they’ve created. Team can also participate in a broad range of campus wide entrepreneurship and innovation events and competitions if they choose.
Fung Institute Student Offices
2451 Ridge Road, Berkeley, CA 94709
MEng students have a wonderful study and work space, accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! You share the floors with several Fung Institute staff offices located on both levels. There are multiple conference rooms that will be available to book as well.
Campus Study Space in Blum Hall
MEng students are also welcome to work and study in Blum Plaza between 9am-8pm on weekdays.
The Berkeley MEng program continues to grow! Read about the new happenings and catch up with alumni in the Winter 2017 Newsletter.
The Berkeley MEng program provides a unique opportunity that captures both the mastery of a specific field, and computational analytics, by providing an optional and unofficial Area of Emphasis in Computational Analytics.
Please work with the Berkeley International Office for visa, arrival and orientation assistance. Student visas will allow students to enter the country up to 30 days in advance of the start of the semester.
The Arrival Guide for New International Students and Scholars will answer many of the most frequently asked questions posed by international students and scholars about their arrival on campus and getting settled in the community.
Stay up to date on immigration policies.