United Education Institute Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (2)
i attended uei in 2009 hoping to make something out of myself and become a pharmacy technician within less than a year. uei san diego is a nice school but not the best. the instructors are always late but taught well. the lab was provided with the right materials and everything but something was always sketchy about the school. we went through cpr training and was suppose to be cpr certified but we never got our card.
after i graduated, i interend at walgreens but i didn't get a job after that. now its 2011 and still don't have a pharm tech career. also, they assign you with a different advisors every month. its hard to keep up. i feel like this school just want you for your money. now im stuck with a big loan that i have to pay back. this school needs to be sued. i'm not getting helped a lot. it seems like the people that work there only have their jobs temporarily and its always hard to get help because it also seems like they don't know what they're doing.
Well I attend the campus in Morrow Ga and I love it. My instructor makes sure everybody is comfortable and getting that hands on effect. If you miss school he will call everybody on your contact list, text, leave voicemails anything possible to see how your doing. If you don't have a ride he will make sure to see if there is any possible was for you to get transportation. In his class there is no such thing as confrontation and arguing he will put you out in a minute. We are all there to learn and everybody have their own issues and its your job to draw the line between personal and business.
Now only problem I did have was they told us we could get gas cards for carpooling but we have yet to receive anything.
My problem is with the students in my class their childish and dont take anything serious.They get offended at the slightest comments and have a lack of respect for the older people.That has nothing to do with the school that comes from lack of home training, responsibility, character and tolerance amongst theirselves.The school can only teach you so much these things you acquire on your own.Iv'e meet and seen plenty of people leave my school and have jobs like they said they help you find externships it's up to you to do well in the interviews. When it comes to safety we have more than enough security guards and police officers outside our school.
Now some of the people in career services could be a little more nice and welcoming.