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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2015

Washington University's educational mission stands beyond its learning by students and by faculty, which is one of the main reasons why I chose to go back and get my graduate degree in Clinical Research Management. The school's faculty, is comprised of academic scholars, researchers, and members of their learned professions, that serve its community. Wash U. is a very diverse atmosphere, and I highly recommend this college to anyone!

4 out of 5
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Degree: Spanish Language and Literature
Graduation Year: 2013

Washington University or "Wash U" as we call it was a great school! What truly sold me about the school are the genuine friendships you can make. Wash U is a school composed of the best of the best, so no matter how cool someone may appear, you always knew on the inside they were a nerd. Because of that, there was less pressure to fit in with an "in crowd". Everyone can find their group of people within the community. The classes are definitely challenging - I was pre-med and barely escaped but the support is there if you need help. There are so many opportunities available to students (campus resources, study abroad, extracurriculars) - but remember to pace yourself. The culture of the school is generally over committed so most people have more on their plate than they really need to balance. However, I loved every second of being here!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2011

Wash u is beautiful. Food is great. Professors are wonderful. Lots of research opportunities. Nice dorms too

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General
Graduation Year: 1971

WU was perfect for me. The professors was accessible, my fellow students were interesting and St.Louis was a fun. Classics was a great major. It prepared me for the increasingly diverse world of the late 20th. Century by reading and thinking from a different cultural perspective.

5 out of 5
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Degree: International Business
Graduation Year: 2006

I have attended 2 universities for advanced degrees after obtaining my B.A. from Washington University, and I must say that Wash U is by far the best institution I have ever attended. Despite attending an Ivy League university for my M.S., I would still rank the caliber of professors and selection of curricular materials as superior at Wash U. Additionally, Wash U is highly supportive of all of its students in all areas, including financial need, academic support, and even support with personal health, mental health, and relationship building/community activities. In short, I loved it there so much that, should I ever move back to St. Louis, I would consider seeking a job in my field at Wash U so that I could continue to build upon my highly positive experiences there.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2013

Washington University is a fantastic school with rigorous courses and an extremely intelligent student base. My main frustration is that most people outside of academia and the biggest companies haven't heard of it. (On the other hand, the BIGGEST companies HAVE heard of it, which means they recruit. It's just that if you don't end up there, it will be hard to get noticed.)

5 out of 5
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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 2005

I loved my time at Washington University. I don't think I appreciated it at the time, but the faculty were almost uniformly outstanding. The campus was gorgeous and being close to Forest Park was really amazing. I remember how much I enjoyed going to the art museum for class or just walking in the area. I'm still friends with many of the people I met at school and feel like it prepared me well for what I wanted to ultimately do.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2013

Washington University is a fantastic school with rigorous courses and an extremely intelligent student base. My main frustration is that most people outside of academia and the biggest companies haven't heard of it. (On the other hand, the BIGGEST companies HAVE heard of it, which means they recruit. It's just that if you don't end up there, it will be hard to get noticed.)

5 out of 5
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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 2005

I loved my time at Washington University. I don't think I appreciated it at the time, but the faculty were almost uniformly outstanding. The campus was gorgeous and being close to Forest Park was really amazing. I remember how much I enjoyed going to the art museum for class or just walking in the area. I'm still friends with many of the people I met at school and feel like it prepared me well for what I wanted to ultimately do.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Economics, Other
Graduation Year: 2005

I loved Washington University. My school had excellent professors who taught effectively and cared about students both in and out of the classroom. I also had an opportunity to bond closely with classmates. The school is ranked in the Top 10 or Top 15 every year, which has been beneficial for me in job searches and applying to graduate school . I had such a positive experience that I decided to return to the school for my MBA and MSW degrees.

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