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2 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2011

I Graduated out oct. of last year, graduated with honors,and as i type this review i still have NO JOB!!!.I don't even hear from these goons at all,it was always me going to them! And of course it's the same BS every time i was there,i busted my ass off studying hard and did what was expected of me.But these fools in the career services they could go slip in a lake!!Even my instructor who was one of the best told me that i have to stay on them,but why should i this is what their getting payed for!And hell yea of course i've been out there on my own looking for work!! DON'T BOTHER WITH PLACE!! GO SOMEWHERE ELSE YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID!!

1 out of 5
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This is my second review to this site. I felt it necessary to write to those who say that the students need to get with the program. Well, if there was a program. Students are allowed to be unprofessional in all aspects at this school. Also, the content of the classroom is pathetic. At best it is a self study course that should cost alot!!!!!!!! less.

I am older, much older, than all the students that attend this so called "school". There have been comments made that students are laughed out of interviews because of the lack of professionalism or knowledge, or both. I feel as though I have multiple strikes against me before I even complete 3 modules.

They start you in the middle of the program, mix you will people who are all at different places in the program. Makes no sense what so ever! I have been to college and earned a Associates Degree in the healthcare field. This is not a place to learn anything what so ever. I carpool two other students everyday to class, since November, and I have gotten the run around about assistance with gas cards. The last they told me was MAYBE in the middle of February I will see something. WOW, thanks!!!!!!!

If your funds are limited or you have not completed high school (not GED), or have some college credit, stay away. They will give you the bums rush to get started. That is last time you will be able to get any more than a brush off from anyone at the school. They currently cannot accept anymore students until their placement for students that have already graduated get jobs. They have moved most employees to other sites. This one may not be around long.nat

1 out of 5
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Unprofessional. Theres better schools with excellent education! UEI gives only a part of what a successful student needs to achieve their dreams. I do not have time to waste on b.s.

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5 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2012

However, I have never been one to take someone's word and have always had to find things out for myself...thank God I did!! After the first week in class, I could tell you exactly which students would write the negatives on this site!!

UEI doesn't "guarantee" job placement, they give you an education and an extern site and YOU are on your own after that. I am almost in my fifth mod and the every student but one, six students in all, have got hired from their extern sites. That tells me that their education at UEI paid off!

If you students that are on here complaining didn't stand out in the halls or outside smoking and talk about the "effing great parties you attended" or the "effing great pot you scored" or even the "effing fight you got into over the weekend" maybe you would have got a job too. I can say that if I were an employer, I wouldn't hire 85% of you that attend the UEI that I attend because of your attitude alone. Time to grow up and start taking responsibilities for yourself and stop complaining because the school doesn't get you a job that you are supposed to get on your own. I'm looking forward to graduating and starting my new career that I know is coming soon...Thanks UEI for all the hard work you DO put into the students and for the education!

5 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2011

I enjoyed my time at U.E.I. Students that are bitter have not grown up and need to buckle down. I had a great experience and learned more than what I needed to know.

1 out of 5
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This school is a joke!! I sat in class for 3 months watching the "teacher" text on her phone for 4 hours. They treat the students as children. I am 32 years old and should not have to ask to go to the bathroom, and one time the teacher actually timed me to make sure I was just going to the bathroom?!?!

I owe them $300 dollars left over from the loan and they harassed me everyday for there $30 payment. I walked out on the DA class 3 weeks ago and I am now contemplating quitting! I don't even care if I owe the money!!! Whatever you do DO NOT GO THERE!!!!

1 out of 5
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I have been a UEI student since July of 2011. I have failed 3 of my Pharmacy Technician Modules, which by he way after the first failure you have to pay almost $2000 dollars to retake. My instructor has no clue what she is doing, and leaves the students to figure things out for themselves.

With the exception of the materials, I could have educated myself enough to become a Tech on my own and saved almost $16,000 dollars. When I, along with other students go to the staff in charge of student services, WE GET NO WHERE. This place is a complete waste of money & only hire people with a cracker jack education!!!!!

1 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2012

The school is overall trash it lack everything class are too small the people are just so rude and cold hearted they will talk about you in a heart beat that everyone from teacher to classmate and the school has no power over the people it just bad i got nothing out of UEI they spend more time trying to get you into the school then helping you.

When I came in there i was happy and joyful but now i hate it and i have trust isses now with everyone i meet thank to the school it so life killing and take a lot out of you

Take my word do not go to this school how are you going to say you are a college but in real life you are a trade school and on top of that you cant ever take the GPA you have and use it in a two year college

2 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2011

basically what they do is take your money and provide minimum knowledge for what you want to learn. the instructor may be just relaxing after a 1 hour of lecture but you have another 4 hours of class, instructor keeps looking at the time looking forward to the next break, basically if you want to make something out of the school yes, you can just like i did but you have to do it on your own no one cares if you succeed or not all they do is charge you 15k.

one more thing the i was on craigslist the other day looking for a job and i saw a listing that uei was looking for instructors wow...... you should have seen the qualifications maybe i should have applied

1 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2009

To anyone that has said positive stuff about uei. Are you guys employees or uei paid you money to say good stuff? I did not quit and I'm a graduate but thanks to these greedy people who can't even spell the stuff that they're copying, they promised job placement and all they do is tell us to look on craigslist and to call them once I get the interview so they can take credit.

I see a lot of students there as we speak today but I feel bad that they will not get anywhere. I saw my classmate looking for a job at footlocker and it has been 2 years since we graduated and I am now a security. So I'm not paying anything there since they only care about the money and not the students that they promised a job.

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