Search Reviews by College:

UEI College Reviews

78% of users found this page helpful Was this page helpful?
212 Reviews
Write a Review
24%
Recommend This School
28%
Degree Improved Career
Search over 221,000 programs:

Student & Graduate Reviews (212)

5 out of 5
-
Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2012

I have to say i dont agree with the majority of these reviews i go to uei in van nuys right now and my career service coordinator is the best my teacher is wonderful im in my 6th module and i know that no matter where I go for my extern im going to get hired no 1 can get a job for you have to do it yourself so for all the people saying how horrible the school is maybe its not the school maybe its you..... REFLECT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1 out of 5
-
Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: May 2010

I had to help out the newer students with their studies and hands-on work and was even going for their "mentorship" program, which is considered something like 'honors' in their school. I ended up having a decline for that mentorship thing because apparently someone had taken a homework sheet I threw away without my name written on it and it was considered cheating.

Now, almost two years since my graduation in May 2010, I have gotten only 4 pharmacy tech interviews and no job. Knowing I had gone to another college before this, I now owe $24,000+ on loans and am currently unemployed. If you're considering going to a "for-profit" college, I suggest you do some research before you get sucked in and stuck with debt for the rest of your life.

1 out of 5
-

UEI IS ONE OF THE WORST SCHOOLS THEY SAY THAT THEY WILL WORK WITH YOU AND WORK AROUND YOUR JOB AND THINGS BUT WHEN IT COMES DOWN TO IT THEY DONT THEY DONT HELP YOU AT ALL. ALL THEY CARE ABOUT IS IF YOU SHOW UP SO THEY CAN GET PAID THEY DONT HAVE NO TYPE OF UNDERSTANDING AND THEY CAN CARELESS ABOUT YOU.

THIS SCHOOL IS UNDER INVESTIGATION AS WE SPEAK. I HAVE BEEN HERE FOR FOUR MO AND HALF THE TIME WE DONT EVEN HAVE THE TOOLS IN LAB TO LEARN WHAT WE CAME TO LEARN OR THE TOOLS ARE BROKEN AND NEVER GET FIXED. I REALLY DO NOT SUGGEST ANY ONE TO COME TO UEI IN JACKSONVILLE FL

Search over 221,000 programs:
1 out of 5
-
Graduation Year: 2012

It's one of my worse experience ever!!!

Staff preaches "Professionalism" but 99% of them are completely unprofessional, if you need to discuss an issue there's no where to go, they bounce you from desk to desk for hours and when finally someone sits with you, they promise to research for the solution and a phone call back within 24 hrs and nothing happens...not even the phone call.

Material given in classrooms (teachers theory, answer sheets for test, coding exercises, etc) its all outdated (doesn't match with the book editions given at the beggining of course). CAREER SERVICES IS THE WORSE! They don't place you in good intern sites, many times you have to find your own site, they don't really assist you finding a job...IT'S HORRIBLE!

1 out of 5
-
Graduation Year: 2011

I attened MBIC in San Diego. I put in a lot of work and graduated with honors. The school is a joke. The staff is a joke. They have no idea what is going on in their school. I was never contacted by the extern coordinator. I went to class at night and the staff would leave before I could get in to see them. They did not help me in any way. They tell you from the satrt you need to find your own extern. They say they will do what they can, which isnt much. Classrooms are full of unprofessional people, young and old. Half the people there arent there for an education.

2 out of 5
-
Graduation Year: 2011

I Graduated out oct. of last year, graduated with honors,and as i type this review i still have NO JOB!!!.I don't even hear from these goons at all,it was always me going to them! And of course it's the same BS every time i was there,i busted my ass off studying hard and did what was expected of me.But these fools in the career services they could go slip in a lake!!Even my instructor who was one of the best told me that i have to stay on them,but why should i this is what their getting payed for!And hell yea of course i've been out there on my own looking for work!! DON'T BOTHER WITH PLACE!! GO SOMEWHERE ELSE YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID!!

1 out of 5
-

This is my second review to this site. I felt it necessary to write to those who say that the students need to get with the program. Well, if there was a program. Students are allowed to be unprofessional in all aspects at this school. Also, the content of the classroom is pathetic. At best it is a self study course that should cost alot!!!!!!!! less.

I am older, much older, than all the students that attend this so called "school". There have been comments made that students are laughed out of interviews because of the lack of professionalism or knowledge, or both. I feel as though I have multiple strikes against me before I even complete 3 modules.

They start you in the middle of the program, mix you will people who are all at different places in the program. Makes no sense what so ever! I have been to college and earned a Associates Degree in the healthcare field. This is not a place to learn anything what so ever. I carpool two other students everyday to class, since November, and I have gotten the run around about assistance with gas cards. The last they told me was MAYBE in the middle of February I will see something. WOW, thanks!!!!!!!

If your funds are limited or you have not completed high school (not GED), or have some college credit, stay away. They will give you the bums rush to get started. That is last time you will be able to get any more than a brush off from anyone at the school. They currently cannot accept anymore students until their placement for students that have already graduated get jobs. They have moved most employees to other sites. This one may not be around long.nat

1 out of 5
-

Unprofessional. Theres better schools with excellent education! UEI gives only a part of what a successful student needs to achieve their dreams. I do not have time to waste on b.s.

5 out of 5
-
Graduation Year: 2012

However, I have never been one to take someone's word and have always had to find things out for myself...thank God I did!! After the first week in class, I could tell you exactly which students would write the negatives on this site!!

UEI doesn't "guarantee" job placement, they give you an education and an extern site and YOU are on your own after that. I am almost in my fifth mod and the every student but one, six students in all, have got hired from their extern sites. That tells me that their education at UEI paid off!

If you students that are on here complaining didn't stand out in the halls or outside smoking and talk about the "effing great parties you attended" or the "effing great pot you scored" or even the "effing fight you got into over the weekend" maybe you would have got a job too. I can say that if I were an employer, I wouldn't hire 85% of you that attend the UEI that I attend because of your attitude alone. Time to grow up and start taking responsibilities for yourself and stop complaining because the school doesn't get you a job that you are supposed to get on your own. I'm looking forward to graduating and starting my new career that I know is coming soon...Thanks UEI for all the hard work you DO put into the students and for the education!

5 out of 5
-
Graduation Year: 2011

I enjoyed my time at U.E.I. Students that are bitter have not grown up and need to buckle down. I had a great experience and learned more than what I needed to know.

Search over 221,000 programs:
Thank you for your vote! Was this page helpful?
78% of 96 users found this page helpful.
Disclaimer: GradReports makes student reviews available via this site. The views expressed by users do not necessarily reflect the views of GradReports. GradReports takes no position with respect to the information or opinions expressed in the user comments/reviews and is not responsible for their content. For additional information, refer to our Review Guidelines.

Our tuition numbers reflect data collected from the National Center for Education Statistics.

This icon indicates that a school offers annual tuition for $15,000 or less. Tuition figures reflect the most recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics or data provided by an official representative of the school.