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GradPost Features MTM Student Siddharth Sahu

Siddharth grew up in the bustling city of Mumbai, India, and he said that he has "always taken pride in being part of one of the most happening places on the world map." He pursued an undergraduate degree in Electronics Engineering at the University of Mumbai and ultimately earned a Masters of Engineering in Embedded Systems from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, one of the elite institutions in India. He then went on to become a senior engineer at Finisar Corporation and ​is now joining UCSB's Technology Management Program.

U.S. News & World Report Ranks UCSB Top Ten Third Year in a Row

In its 2017 listing of the “Top 30 Public National Universities” in the country, U.S. News & World Report has ranked UC Santa Barbara number 8.

Among the “Best National Universities” ranking, which includes both public and private institutions, UCSB placed number 37. Within the University of California system, only UC Berkeley and UCLA ranked above UCSB. Other UC campuses in the Top 30 include Irvine, Davis and San Diego.

UCSB Ranks Among the Nation's Best

Washington Monthly ranks UCSB among 2016 top National Universities; also lauds campus for offering the “Best Bang for the Buck”

On its annual list of the country’s top universities, Washington Monthly has ranked UC Santa Barbara among the top 20. The 2016 National Universities ranking was released today in the magazine’s College Guide issue.

The Rise of UC's Startup Culture

From the legend of Jobs and Woz launching Apple from their Silicon Valley garage to the hundreds of startup incubators spanning the state today, California has a reputation for bold entrepreneurial spirit.

A study released Aug. 17 by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute reflects just how essential the University of California is in fueling the state’s innovation economy. Researchers and entrepreneurs at UC have spawned hundreds of new companies employing tens of thousands of Californians, contributing more than $20 billion to the state’s economy, according to the report.