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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2019

,MONEY DRIVEN, lies about loan, loans will change at the end then they'll hold your diploma, you will be put out of school if they don't get the money, went months without supplies like blood pressure cuffs, went months without needles, went months without a qualified teacher, corporate is rude! Employees know is a scam school, they say they're helping but are not. One lady was sleeping in the parking lot with her baby and the school still wanted her money. If I had it any different way I would RUN!

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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018

UEI equal debt and lies. Please dont go to this school, all they care about is MONEY!!! No guarante job after you finish the program, they dont give you time to find a job before they report your loan on your credit. Ghetto and unprofessional teachers, they need to shut this school down and stop taking people money. No expanded functions come with this over priced school and in the dental field they will like for you to have expanded functions but nope high a** UEL doesnt offer it. Run from this school

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Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: 2010

Misinformed teachers. Took our class to a museum funded by the Church of Scientology. Offers false promises, wasted $16 grand on this poor excuse of a school. Could have got same certificate and better education for $900 at a community college. Don't make the same mistake I did. Do the research before they manipulate you onto enrolling

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018

I just finished the medical assistant program, my teachers were very nice and helpful and so were my classmates. They said they would help me find a job, I haven't found one yet. I did learn a lot and I was able to actually learn things that I will need to do in my field which is amazing. Thank you UEI.

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

Don't get hopes from the commercials don't walk in don't sign any of the papers that immediately pays these scam artists. It is a worthless degree it's a for profit school and ask around we got screwed. Go to a real college and invest the time. They don't care if you didn't learn anything or if you can't find a job after the fact they milked you for your money a few hours after we signed the contracts and we were old news then. They'll get there's with the huge smile and motivational crap that ain't worth anymore then the degree they offer.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2010

HORRIBLE!! They took my money, put me in an internship that didn't remotely pertain to my degree. Job placement the worst. Everyplace they showed me I had already looked into myself on line. They gave no guidance. I graduated with a 4.0 and could't find a job. I enrolled because you could get in without a diploma. They failed to mention you needed 1 to get certified. I got my GED and my certificate, and still no hire. HORRIBLE HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE. Now I am stuck with thousands of $$ in student loans for nothing.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018

Great teachers, coordinators, president and intake. Would specifically like to recognize Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Fitch, medical assistant instructors. Very knowledge, helpful and available to students. Also Mrs. Lopez is great to help medical assistants with her office knowledge. Andrew is an awesome intake specialist. Mr. Callisto is fair and has his students interest at heart. Chrystal is an amazing coordinator! Love this school and the staff! Thank you for all your help and concern! I recommend all of you to this considering seeking career training here! Awesome experiences!

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2004

ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS WOW!!! I dont recall the old place being a Unprofessional Huge Mess like this.Very unprofessional. Never once was I greated when I walked in. After I made myself noticed I was told someone would be with me.. An hr later I was told by the two girls /receptionist giggle that L. was out to lunch and would return soon. She was the 1 that said come now and I'll have your Diploma ready..So time goes by I ask again if she will be in soon. L. walks in passes me up then returns 10 min later and just handed me an envelope not say a word and walked away.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018

I learned how to give shots, draw blood, do IVs, EKGs, wound care, deep wound care, sterilization techniques and medical office administrative help and patient care. It only took me 9 months and i was working at a great urgent care facility. Many of my friends ended up at hospitals, burn units, respiratory centers, convalescent hospitals, doctors offices and retirement communities. It is the least expensive program on the market and definitely worth the tuition. My life changed because of this school.

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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2011

This was the worst mistake in my life. The school harassed me during class for a payment, sent me to do my internship at a small clinic as a receptionist, (not a biller) I owe $15 thousand in Student loans, and 7 years later, I still dont have a job in that field. PLEASE DONT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL.

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