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Medix College (Canada) Reviews - Certificate in Pharmacy Technician

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Degree: Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

My experience at Medix College was amazing.The instructors and staff showed a great support and assistance to their students.Nice place,good education.I am very happy and grateful that I choose this college.It brought me where I wanted to be.After I finished my externship, I was hired as pharmacy assistant.

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Degree: Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

School administrators and staffs were all supportive and helpful. As I started with my chosen program I was a bit nervous and scared as my course back home is not related to the program i choose but as I went along every steps of the program and being positive , here I am now after I'm done with my externship I am very much ready to face whatever challenges in the job site if ever hired.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

I am very thankful and feel blessed to reach my ambition. It changed my life to help me find a better job in the future and to learn a lot from my school.  I really appreciate all professors who are kind and patient for teaching us and guiding us.

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4 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: 2016

IT WAS A VERY NICE EXPERIENCE , A LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCE THAT IS WORTH A TRY! I HAD A VERY WONDERFUL TIME IN MEDIX COLLEGE WHEREIN I LEARNED NOT ONLY HOW TO BECOME A PHARMACY ASSISTANT BUT SO MANY ASPECT ABOUT LIFE. NOW THAT I ALREADY FINISHED MY COURSE I FEEL THAT I AM SO READY TO FACE THE REAL WORLD. THANKS TO ALL MY PROFESSOR WHO HELP ME TO ACHIEVED MY GOALS.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

Being in this program is interesting. Interesting in a way that we I have experienced to compound medication and compute dosage. And also we studied the human anatomy. Every module I had to meet new students. The facility is good the personnel are great!:)

5 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2010

Medix college is a great place. It's was my first step as I was new to Canada. The teacher was excellent spend extra time helping me out. Some students go to school but do not study. When they can't meet pass mark they blamed teachers. I have seen many students been rude to teachers. I completed my programme and was hired before I even finished the course. I am very happy with the school and the staff.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: 2013

Horrible school to attend. I was in the Pharmacy Assistant program morning class at the Scarborough campus. The teacher needs to learn what the term confidentiality means, she tells us information that she keeps saying that is meant to be kept only in class and I am not just referring to her stories but told us stuff about another student which was very disrespectful to that student. Very poor teaching and wasted a lot of our time. Constantly came in late, I would say about 15-30 mins all the time. She had A LOT of mood swings too. I find paying for uniforms to be a waste of money. Why do we need uniforms? do you see universities wear uniforms of recognized colleges have uniforms? no because they are smarter than that. Medix is not a prestigious school, it should not require you to buy a pointless uniform for only 9 months in the program (10th month being in placement.). It is a money grabbing company that is all that it is. I WOULD NEVER RECOMMEND THIS SCHOOL TO ANYONE. JUST SPEND THAT EXTRA MONEY OR YEAR TO BETTER SCHOOL THAT IS RECOGNIZED AND YOU WILL NOT BE LAUGHED AT BY FRIENDS OR FAMILY FOR GOING TO A POINTLESS SCHOOL THAT IS ONLY ENTRY LEVEL JOBS. PLEASE SAVE YOURSELF, MONEY AND TIME.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: 2013

This is a horrible school to attend. I was in the morning class at the Scarborough location for Pharmacy Assistant program. My teacher was Liliana Bacila. She was a horrible teacher who had mood swings and wasted so much of my time. She always stated that this was a good program because we had to learn what other school learn in 2 years and cram it into 10 months and that there was so much to learn but than she would always show up late for school, never once was she on time (15-30 mins late). She would give us stuff to do in class and we would just spend 30mins doing it instead of teaching us something new. She didn't answer question well. She could be really rude a lot of the time to classmates. My class complained about her a lot but everyone was to scared to do anything about it. Medix is not a respected school to ever go too. People even laugh at me for ever going there. If the teacher was great then I wouldn't mind but since she was horrible, I feel that these people are right, I should have just went to cenntenial college or senca instead were the school are more recognized then this school. You even have to spend money on a pointless uniform. How stupid is that? Trying to be a prestigious school. ITS NOT.

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

Awful experience.....those 2 words sum up my thoughts on Medix. I couldn't stand the director they had there, Suzanne, such an fake, miserable ice princess who walked around like a snob. When I took my concern to her she rolled her eyes at me, I even tried to take my concerns to their head guy Peter but he spent more time looking at his cell phone than he did trying to listen to me. The management needs to change for sure but they really should just take a wrecking ball to that school.

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