Its a good University having cooperative staff and nice buildings A new student should spend at least his her first year in a dormitory You will meet many fellow students receive help and guidance from the hall director and resident assistants and hopefully develop good study habits [...]
It's really great place to finish my degree i enjoy it steadying there and the teachers are really great and help full the university library and the class are great also the standard os teaching they give make it one of the beat university out there for new comers it's [...]
When I first got to Arizona I did not know what to expect all I knew was that it is vigorously hot here in the summer Coming to this school has its pros and cons like anything in life When it comes to involvement in extracurricular activities Greek life is [...]
Its a good University having cooperative staff and nice buildings.
A new student should spend at least his/her first year in a dormitory. You will meet many fellow students, receive help and guidance from the hall director and resident assistants, and hopefully develop good study habits.
It’s really great place to finish my degree i enjoy it steadying there and the teachers are really great and help full the university library and the class are great also the standard os teaching they give make it one of the beat university out there…for new comers it’s not just university it’s home
When I first got to Arizona I did not know what to expect, all I knew was that it is vigorously hot here in the summer. Coming to this school has its pros and cons, like anything in life. When it comes to involvement in extracurricular activities, Greek life is very dominant. This is not a bad thing but when people hear you are not in a sorority or fraternity they ignore you unknowingly. This is a clique type of school on the social aspect. On the bright side there is about 45,000 people at this school, therefore you do not need to be involved in Greek life to make friends. As for academics, majority of the professors here are willing to help and are very understanding. Using rate my professor helped me navigate what classes I wanted to take. The work load is manageable in the Psychology of Arts program. Diversity at this school to my knowledge has gotten better since I have been here.
I’ve found that teachers of all types, from general education/elective courses to your core classes, really do want to see you succeed. I can go to any of their office hours and discuss anything from questions I had in class to personal issues I’d been having that week. I’m glad that I had so many people in my academic career help guide me through graduation!
I love the Transfer Student Center. Also, ASEMS and UROC are amazing programs to be in and it made my experience so much more fulfilling. I think the university could improve by rebuilding old buildings like they did with the Bear Down Gym.
This school has helped me learn so much about myself. I have learned that I am a self-paced, hard-working student. The professors at this school are helpful and have always gone out of their way to be kind and helpful.
I studied at UofA during the third year of my MSci Chemisty degree at University of Nottingham, UK. The campus is lovely and bike friendly.I bought a cheap bike off of craigslist to get around and at the end of the year I gave it away. Shockingly, there was a language barrier! For example, I needed a hoover to clean my room and the dorm receptionist was very confused until I remembered that Americans call it a vacuum. I shared a room with a stranger! It’s normal in America to have a roommate. I stayed in a mixed dorm, Hopi Lodge. There were lots of socials activities and support from the dorm RA. There was a lot of opportunities for free pizza, wings and candy floss, I loved it! The campus is very pro fitness, there’s workout stations around the campus and a well equipped gym that you have to pay for. Across the road from the campus is a outdoors activity shop that host lots of different hiking/camping and surfing trips which I took advantage of. Teaching is great, I had to take some graduate classes as required by University of Nottingham, UK. Also, I joined a research group and help to complete one of the groups research projects.
I am a student of bachelor in Business Administration and I am really pleased with this program as I have different subjects that broaden my horizons and develop knowledge I always have classes with people from different countries all over the world and now I know more about their cultures [...]
Currently I am doing my Masters in Digital Business at Newcastle University and so far I am enjoying most of the classes Most of the teachers have lots of knowledge and they have helped me understand topics I was not familiar with until now What I enjoy more about the [...]
Bearing the title of being one of the top economics universities in the world inevitably signifies that academics at this the LSE particularly economics is bound to be challenging Some of this burden is alleviated by the attentive tutors and top quality resources as well as plethora of co-curricular opportunities [...]
London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
Being the largest and most international university in Australia I think that my experience at Monash was wonderful Despite only spending months on campus since I am about to graduate next month I had some unforgettable moments and I would definitely agree that offline classes are so much better than [...]
My study experience at Teesside University Middlesbrough United Kingdom
Teesside University is a home for learning Very open and accomodating to international students They also offer the relevant labour market courses Am doing my MSc International Management Human Resource Management Applied and am enjoying the course The tuition fees and the structure of their two years courses is very [...]
Surrey is undoubtedly one of the friendliest universities in the UK I have always felt welcome If you find someone in your course library and need help you're sure to get it The people are very kind In my day there was a corner of the library where only the [...]