Middlebury College is genuinely a great school and I m happy to be a part of it The classes are generally small around - students per section lectures are bigger and the professors care about their students Even my lecture professor knows everyone s name The general student body is [...]
I enjoyed my time and was certainly challenged academically at Middlebury - although perhaps not pushed and mentored as much as I could should have been It can feel a bit isolated Vermont rural life and you need to really embrace outdoor activities and winter sports to get the most [...]
Languages and environmental studies program are amazing!!
Middlebury College was a great fit for me because I am interested in both languages and environmental science Middlebury not only offers a wide variety of courses in these areas but is also committed to reduce it's environmental footprint Professors are very helpful and there is not a competitive atmosphere [...]
Middlebury College is genuinely a great school and I’m happy to be a part of it. The classes are generally small (around 15-20 students per section), lectures are bigger, and the professors care about their students. Even my lecture professor knows everyone’s name. The general student body is friendly and wants to get to know you. It’s also not a competitive environment at all. The accommodations (residences, dining halls, etc) are from what I’ve seen pretty good. The academics, it goes without saying are amazing, especially the language and science programs. There are some cons to Middlebury. In my opinion, the registration process is the worst. As a freshman it’s pretty hard to get all the classes you want, but there’s ways to get around it sometimes. It’s also pretty isolated which makes flying (or driving) home a pretty long trip, unless you live in one of the primary Northeast coast cities. Despite this I still love Middlebury and would urge anyone who is considering it to apply.
I enjoyed my time and was certainly challenged academically at Middlebury – although perhaps not pushed and mentored as much as I could/should have been.
It can feel a bit isolated (Vermont rural life) and you need to really embrace outdoor activities and winter sports to get the most from your time there.
I studied for my BA and MA at Middlebury, including summers in the French and Spanish schools and two years with Middlebury in Paris. Summer on campus is intense and you make a lot of progress – although one could argue the same progress could be made for less financial investment with a summer abroad.
Some of the classes we took at the Uni in Paris were less solid than those on campus, but the experience of study abroad is nevertheless invaluable and I believe improvements have been made.
While I am proud to say Middlebury is my alma mater and I have lifelong friends and great memories, I’m not sure the cost of a Middlebury education is completely justified. While the classes are small, the facilities are great, and most of the professors are top notch, you pay for a lot of bells and whistles beyond pure academics, as at many American colleges of this caliber. It depends what you are looking for in a college experience and what you are prepared to spend.
Great for people who like outdoor experience and who seek a broad knowledge base rather than deep and specific. Yet, there are many opportunities available for those who want to change from broad to specific in the form of study abroad, exchange programs, dual degree programs and so on. I would say it is one of the best choices for people who are considering a degree in languages and social sciences.
Languages and environmental studies program are amazing!!
Middlebury College was a great fit for me because I am interested in both languages and environmental science. Middlebury not only offers a wide variety of courses in these areas, but is also committed to reduce it’s environmental footprint. Professors are very helpful and there is not a competitive atmosphere in terms of grades. It is a very progressive campus with a decent amount of international students. The only drawback so far is that it can get pretty cold in the winter.
Academics here are rigors. small classes and good relationship with professors. It is a small university in a small town. If you don’t like cities, this is the place for you. Faculty and staff are very friendly and helpful. If you are looking for a diverse. place, Middlebury is not the place for you.
Classes – Middlebury College is a small liberal arts school with many opportunities. The classes are small, my smallest class has 4 students and the biggest class has 20 students). The professor usually know the names of students, and they encourage us to come by during office hours.____Location – Middlebury is a small town, and there is not a great connection to bigger cities. Sometimes it can be hard to leave the campus, since there is not much near by the campus. For outdoors people, Middlebury is a beautiful place to hike/camp and do other sports outdoors. ____Diversity – Middlebury is trying to be a school with more diversity, and every year they seem to enroll more students from diverse background. There are definitely a lot of international students, which makes the school more diverse as well. ______________
I love the campus, the environment and the people. It’s a beautiful place to live in but it’s really cold and can be challenging at times. I Believe that the college needs to improve its student body regarding the huge income gap between students and make activities such as skiiing more available to middle class students.
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The experience at the European School of Economics of Rome has been wonderful First of all it helped me in the development of personal skills such as communication confidence and creativity Secondly considering a more professional viewpoint the ESE system has been able to open my mind and to make [...]
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Overall I would speak quite highly of the university they have a strong business school and high quality professors Lincoln is also a good place for a night out with plenty of student bars The campus is in fairly good Knick and no complaints on the facilities [...]
My experience so far with the university has been incredible Student support is excellent in case of any problem faced by any students The teaching and lectures are my favourite part because all the professors are friendly and helpful [...]
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