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I like how the campus is align with internationality. There are a lot of different cultures in La Salle from profesors to students. The projects are very centered on real challenges that help students to prepare for real life.View more
Honestly the university is exceeding the expectations I had before entering. This is my second year as a Business student and although I came from a very demanding baccalaureate program (IB) with a very high academic level, I am very pleased with the level of studies in the uni. I like the concept of flipped-classrooms where students frequently are converted to teachers and also the emphasis of my degree on technology and how important it is in nowaday’s business environment.View more
Good university, some inconvenience with logistics, but good university in terms of content and teachers. Fair evaluation system and the job board works well. Good facilities but could improve and grow. Good attraction of companies in organization of eventsView more
It is a relatively new degree within the years of university experience.
They use unusual learning techniques to the classic university class. The classes are proactive and always using the latest technologies for the development of students in the digital world.
The classes are always active between teacher and student, where every day cases are made and discussed in a group. Being an international degree, you have the opportunity to develop an open mind and teamwork with various cultures.
I recommend 100% the learning techniques of the university and the professionalism of the teachers.View more
Avoid this university at all costs.
It is the opposite of what a faculty of architecture should be.
The main indicator is that the direction of this school remains the same since it began.
Today is entrenched in forming a profile of an expired architect.
Without ideas of how to face the future of the profession, the school has been sinking little by little to what it is today, a gray, moldy and quite lugubrious place.
Although it is academically demanding, it does not form a critical mass, it does not reward experimentation, nor does it cultivate curiosity, basic for the training of an architect.
In a world where the profession is in deep crisis and where new technologies and tools have been democratized, it is as if this school is not part of this world. To put it simply, it is anachronistic.
It is a private university, economically run by a religious order that controls the power of decision. This means that any glimpse of a renewal initiative is seen only as a cost that can not be assumed. It is a private business, where the student does not participate actively in modeling their training.
Perfect individuals are formed for a technocracy.
If you are good at following rules and going through hoops without asking much, this is your school.
If you are one of those who believe that you learn more deeply questioning everything, avoid it.
Surprise would give the school live five more years.
(January 2017)View more