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Degree: Finance
Graduation Year: 1970

I recommend that students sholuld diversify the electives they choose and go for the maximum number of electives. Prsentation of reports in the classroom was very beneficial. I wish I had worked minimumm of 2 years before I attended the graduate school of management. 

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

VCC suck! A s*****, money making school that don't care about students needs. I did MOA program from Surrey campus and a terrible experience. No good teacher and mostly had to learn from text. Rest of the staff are equally bad. They only care about your money. I don't recommend this school to anyone.

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Degree: Law
Graduation Year: 2018

I'm a first year student in the online law school program at St. Francis Law School. Program is a mixed bag. While student caliber is very high with a mix of physicians, MBAs, multiple degreed graduates, some oversea attorneys; level of professor performance is uneven, ranging from knowledgeable and accessible to frustratingly unhelpful and unaccountable; the technology is a low end, early build of BlackBoard. We take one course at a time. Courses are very fast paced with a fair amount of reading, usually from condensed books like Crump and Emanuel. Each week there are 2 Live Classes (90 minutes) based on ppt slides and facilitated by a professor, 3 Discussion Board assignments to be posted and each student must interact with other students' postings, 2 multiple choice quizzes, one timed test. At the end of each 6 week course, there is a 2 hour final of 20 multiple choice questions and a written exam. The curriculum and course style is very geared to prepping students for the FYLSE Baby Bar which must be taken to continue into the second year. Since students bear responsibility for their own learning and student engagement amongst each other is high, there is no doubt that many of these would-be attorneys will perform at the same or higher levels as brick-and-mortar law students. Bottom line -- online law school represents a viable alternative for FT professionals. I would be interested in learning how SFL compares to other online law schools such as Concord.

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Degree: Baking and Pastry Arts/Baker/Pastry Chef
Graduation Year: 1996

My school was very strict wehn coming to education and safety of students.my problem was one by that time i was having a lack of informations about bursaries,scholarship etc. but now I think its time to start where I left.

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Degree: Education, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

Doing a Ph.D is always my dream. I have tried to achieve this dream by studying in different universities in China and also United States. However, I do not able to complete my Ph.D because of supervisory and also unclear instruction. When I found IIC University of technology, at first, I do not have confident towards the quality of education in Cambodia. I was shocked and impressed with the professional supervisory skills by the lecturer there. I am given flexibility to choose my supervisors. In addition, I enjoyed the sharing and networking in the university. However, sometimes, I hate my supervisor who is too direct that hurts my feeling.

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Degree: Pharmacy
Graduation Year: 2018

CHSU College of Pharmacy has a strong start for a new program. Located in Clovis, CA, the campus has a comfortable feel and a great staff. The faculty are very friendly and always willing to help. The school is on course to be reviewed for candidate status (as of 9/14) and provides the education necessary for graduates to start work in the field of pharmacy. CHSU's goal is to transform pharmacy into a primary care position. The student diversity provides insights from many different backgrounds and the team based learning is a newer style of learning which allows better comprehension and retention of knowledge and skills obtained during class.

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Graduation Year: 2015

Fantastic school, staff are very friendly and helpful, fees are very reasonable.

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Degree: Cosmetology and Related Personal Grooming Arts, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

The School I attended was very open minded to new ways to further education. We had a lot of fun activities that were hands on to learn more and so you would really get the feel of things. Also the environment was really good always felt welcome and it was fun and if you really like what you do then going to school was always fun! While being there you feel like time flies by when your having fun and couldn't wait to come back the next day! I would recommend the school to anyone and which I have even to family members that will attend there soon!!

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Degree: Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller
Graduation Year: 2014

Excellent staff, instructors, Financial Aid guy is Luke, and he's the BEST! I miss school already, but not too much because they help me land a great job and I'm making almost twice what I was when I started school. Going back to school is a big decision, especially for a 32 year old like me that has been a stay at home mother since I was 22. But the team at NTI Bangor was great, always helpful and there for me.

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Degree: Environmental Science
Graduation Year: 2006

My school was a good fit for me. It was in my home country so I was able to maintain my regular lifestyle with little adjustments having to be made. I had my family and friends around me and the degree was taught by very great professors and lecturers I might choose to do something business related. However, I do like my choice and the field of environment and land use planning. However, seems like Business is more marketable. Something engineering related - like mechanical or petroleum. However, that field is not for everyone. I for one think it's very hard but my husband is a petroleum engineer and my brother an electrical engineer who are both doing very well in their fields.

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