Keiser University Reviews - Bachelor's in
This University is excellent. The program is complete. The teachers are amazing. My experience is excellent. The online program es excellent too. Keiser University is amazing collage for all students. In Three years I complete my bachelor degree, in Business administration, that amazing!
Thank you KU for the amazing gift of being part of this great family! Thank you pastoral life for teaching me to grow and how to overcome the hard circumstances of life!! Thank you Residence Life for teaching me discipline and responsibility!! Love you all
My experience at Keiser University Latin American Campus has been fantastic. By being here I have grown both in the academic area and all my personal areas. I'm very thankful for all my past, present and future years in this institution. College life has been amazing here.
During the time that I spend in the campus, everything is amazing . The teachers always are available for the student and they pay close attention to the student needs. Moreover, I had experience a lot of knowledge about my major on Business Administration .
There's no doubt Keiser University gives you the tools to learn but most importantly to apply the knowledge acquired.I just graduated a month ago, and thanks to the courses I took in Marketing and Sales I could learn stuff I can use in real life. I owe a lot to my sales professor who really encouraged me to learn updated information about sales and marketing. There's still a lot to improve, but so far it was great and I am proud to have studied at Keiser University.
Keiser University Latin American Campus is an amazing place. The diversity and the professor are full of knowledge and willing to share it with the students. I really like the new professor that are coming into the Business Program. Also, the people in general are really nice, you feel at home.
Keiser university is a pretty good school. In comparison with other universities from Nicaragua, this is the best one. The business administration program is very good since it helps to develop the necessary skills to pursuit a wonderful career. I really recommend it.
I am seeing a lot of negative reviews on here about Keiser and it seems like they have been written by students whom either A. Failed out and now blame the school rather than their own lack of effort, or B. Had some sort of issue with financial aid (which isn't fair to give the entire school a negative review). With that being said, the quality of education at Keiser is hit or miss. I had some professors that were very lenient on grading and didn't do a very good job at teaching; however, I have also had some that held high standards and were passionate about teaching. It's important to note that most of their professors also teach at other schools, since the scheduling allows them to-- so a knock on Keiser's professors is also knocking the professors of neighboring institutions. All in all, I have 6 months left before I get by BA and feel like my understanding of business is much greater than what it was prior to my attendance. However, I do wish some of the professors were more strict on grading because I don't want idiots out there in my field representing my institution, thus, facing prejudices myself when attempting to gain employment.
I am in my fourth of a five semester RN-BSN program with the hopes of going to nurse anesthesia school. The courses are one at a time but make no mistake, they can be challenging with all the discussion boards, assignments and research papers that are required. Not to mention you're packing an entire 16 week course into 4. Nevertheless, I would have to say that I'm pleased with the program. Most of the professors are friendly and reasonable and the (nursing) program is both nationally and regionally accredited by the CCNE and SACS. This helps when it comes time to applying to advanced practice programs offered by other major colleges and universities.
I can say that I have the benefit of comparing a state college to a private university. I will never go back to a state college or university again. I have enjoyed my time at Keiser University, the instructors go above and beyond to help students in my opinion. As far as the monthly fee, that is explained upfront before enrolling and that is something that you agree to do, so when they want their money, yes, they want their money. Plus, the office is willing to work with you. At least at my campus they do. Talking to the Dean's is easy as they have an open door policy. Any problems I had were resolved immediately. In a state college I had a meeting with the Dean and ended up speaking with their administrative assistant and it took forever to get anything resolved (political red tape). So for me going back to school and getting another degree, I made the right choice by going to Keiser. Sure, it is expensive, but well worth it. Plus, it is not any educational institutions job to find you a job. They all tell you that up front. No college guarantees that.