Menlo College


Menlo College


Menlo College is a small private undergraduate college that focuses on the practical arts of business in the entrepreneurial economy. A college in the heart of Silicon Valley, just outside San Francisco, Menlo College offers degrees in business and psychology. Our students come from all over the world to learn the practical arts of business including leadership, critical thinking, creativity, team building, communication and the science of behavior. The school is close to the headquarters of many famous universities and many of the world’s top IT companies, including Google / Google, HP / HP, Intel / Intel, Yahoo! / Yahoo !, Microsoft / Microsoft, Cisco / Cisco, etc. Menlo College takes advantage of the strong entrepreneurial community around us and require an internship which may be taken at one of the many companies and incubators with which the school has partnerships. Menlo College’s mission is to develop future leaders through a liberal arts-based business education that integrates academic study and fieldwork in a Silicon Valley environment unmatched in its potential for innovation.

SettingSilicon Valley
School TypeUSA University
School Website
StateCalifornia (CA)
Nearest CitySan Francisco
Year Founded1927
Admission RequirementHKDSE / F.6
Academic CalendarSpring, Fall
Level OfferedBachelor degree
EnrollmentApproximately 650 students
International StudentsApproximately 150 students
Student-Teacher Ratio14:1
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Campus Life
Menlo College has a variety of outdoor athletic facilities, including baseball, softball, soccer, and football fields, as well as a track and recreational pool. These facilities are perfect for both recreational games as well as intensive sports camps

Clubs and Organizations
Menlo College has more than 40 clubs and organizations. Student organizations and clubs at Menlo College serve a valuable educational function, offering students the opportunity to join together around social, cultural, political and special interest issues and to adopt leadership roles through programs and activities. These groups provide opportunities for leadership and involvement and contribute to the total educational experience of students while promoting student development and enriching the campus community.
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Academic Programs
Every undergraduate student completes a strong liberal-arts based general education curriculum, an appropriate core curriculum covering the basics of their discipline, and advanced courses comprising their major area of specialization.
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Students Transfer Records
University of California, Berkeley