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3 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

School is so expensive but my instructor was so helpful, test are harder, the school was clean and everyone was professional, they helped me find a job within 2 months after my externship, they were constantly updating my resume and sending it out, I have been at the job they helped me find for 2 years now, its not a bad school besides all the laons, I do wish I would've gone to a JC instead and saved me all the loans

1 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2002

I recently went and enrolled and of course everyone is nice and all smiles,which seems funny too me,I want too get to know you on a personally level says my "new found buddy" guy works there most likely gets $$$ for getting me too sign up. Says he likes same things i like as you of course you do,you sound just like me when i was your age..of course huhhh,maybe hes just nice and likes me? ha..enough about the fake smiles..school is not accredited,that is a red flag for me..promise you a job after you complete your but no jobs with hire you without and AA BA

3 out of 5
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Degree: Agriculture
Graduation Year: 2014

No guidance just nothing to do besides getting you sign smart of them not worth the time just go to community college get your degree problem solve and no loans to worried about after . Its a profit school investors look forward into it. The college attended was okay but not much to get from just one month for a subject then cut to chase another one not please.Degree Business of Administration was not worth it is not specified anyone may obtain a same degree some where less productive community college. A loan is not easy to get off your back it takes two to three years to pay one for school then the private loan.

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

ATTENTION. If you are looking to get a worthless diploma, UEI is the place to go. All they care about is your money. They lost their medical assisting program for 2 years because they couldn't find jobs for the graduates. The only reason they are still open is because they hired their own students so they can say they placed them.. once the 90 days were up, they laid all their own graduates off. How low can you go. I still don't have a job and no one returns my calls because they did not have a person that works with medical assistants because they lost the program for 2 years..Be ware. Hopefully you can handle the trueth...

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2011

I was not happy with the school because I was not give any job search assistance. The school basically tells you anything you want to hear just to get you enrolled. No help at all, go to a JC. The classes will be less expensive and you won't have to take out a student loan for thousands of dollars.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2003

I went to this school when it was MCED by the airport. One instructor sucked didn't teach much played on computer. I didn't feel I learned much especially when I got a job. I was several thousands of dollars in debt upon graduating. That job didn't last long. now, the school is playing games with me. I requested my transcripts a few times and faxed them my info. I waited two weeks for them and called them. They put me hold and hung up on me. I called back they took my info and said they would get back to me. I doubt it... need to take legal action.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2014

When I first enrolled at the school I was skeptical about it but it was new to me n the program was new to the campus after a while it kind of grew on me yes there was things about it that I didn't like but it was an overall good experience for me...

1 out of 5
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Degree: Network Administration
Graduation Year: 1999

Stay away! It's cheaper to take classes at a JC, or learn on your own. I was passing all of my classes at a high percentage, but when it came time to take tests which came along with interview process at some entry level jobs at consulting and tech firms I felt humiliated. What I learned at UEI was buzzwords, nothing with depth. I think you are more likely to get a job learning on your own than relying on getting a job on what they teach you. UEI is a sham, I took a loan on a school that was a complete waste of my time. Luckily I was able to get a job later a few months after graduated, but I didn't event start getting call backs again until I removed UEI from my resume and just kept the community college I started attending.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2014

Great school go..... proffessional training great instructors never been happier, you get two breaks per class the staff is courteous more hands on help because were not as crowded as a cc and the credits transfer how much more do you need come here get certified and work now.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2015

I wouldn't recommend this school for nothing in the world. They are not professionals as they don't have a degree to work there (some), they mostly work for commissions. All they care about is your money, and they don't care if you end up with a $20,000 debt. They now have a bad reputation and the certificate you get from this school is not useful at all. Luckily I dropped out before start because I asked a bunch of questions that they didn't know how to answer. This is how they brainwash you, "Education is very important Now all jobs require you to have an education..." blah, blah, blah with their sweet little tone trying to convince you. Please do your research before going there...

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