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Jaspreet

Jaspreet

from USA

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2023

USA

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WRITTEN ON 25 Mar 2021

Studying Aerospace Engineering at ASU

Arizona State University is unique in its location and campus atmosphere. It is easy to get around the campus. All my professors, staff and faculty throughout my freshman year were really good. They are always willing to help and make time to work with students outside of classroom hours. ASU not only provides with a quality education, but also a cultural experience that cultivates students personal growth. If student want to take some more knowledge in field other than there major, there are few minor degrees available that you can complete with your major.
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Rakshit

Rakshit

from India

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2003

General Engineering And Technology

Plastics Engineering Technology

Pittsburg State University

USA

2160 Views

WRITTEN ON 30 Apr 2020

PSU Changed My Life!

I’m so grateful of the resources and professors in facility at engineering technology department of psu..I’m so grateful of the resources and professors and facility at Engineering Technology Dept of psu. I was fortunate to earn scholarships, on campus job and internship opportunity &  job opportunity on from psu on campus. I felt very caring and connected with my community as well as a love for my professors and international student office.
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Deepika

Deepika

from India

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

Computer Science

Information Technlogy

Pittsburg State University

USA

2160 Views

WRITTEN ON 29 Apr 2020

My Experience

I think I enjoy a lot by staying here in Pittsburg. It gave me a chance to encounter new experiences and also to be self-dependent. I was able to gain a great amount of knowledge which is going to be beneficial in the near future. Thank you Pittsburg State University for giving this opportunity to me.
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Iman

Iman

from Malaysia

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2020

Psychology

BSc Psychology

University of Surrey

UK

9070 Views

THE World Ranking: 201

WRITTEN ON 28 Nov 2019

University life at Surrey

I enjoy the diversity of things that I can be involved in at the university, which contribute to my student experience beyond the classroom. This includes the variety of societies, on-campus jobs, and helpful resources that provides the choice to do more.
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Sharifah Zahra

Sharifah Zahra

from UK

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2020

Mechanical Engineering

Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering

University of Surrey

UK

9070 Views

THE World Ranking: 201

WRITTEN ON 28 Nov 2019

Best Experience Ever!!

I love the environment here and the University is always trying to better student’s life. It has new developments almost every year! The university is also helpful to students in need. They provide the support for those who need them through every aspect possible, financially, mentally and more. I feel wanted in this uni. There’s always something to do.
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Sadhana

Sadhana

from India

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2019

Psychology

MSc Environmental Psychology

University of Surrey

UK

9070 Views

THE World Ranking: 201

WRITTEN ON 12 Nov 2019

Masters at Surrey

I've absolutely loved my experience of studying a year-long masters course at the University of Surrey in 2017/18. As goes with any masters course, I found it challenging and intense to get through, especially as I was changing discipline from architecture to psychology. Initially stuck coping with psychology, I've seen myself receive a ton of support throughout the year from academic and non-academic staff, library, careers centre, mentoring programmes and so on, that's made my student life away from home a lot easier and manageable. But remember, a big part of having this support only comes by ASKING for help! :) More importantly, we had a wonderful and understanding cohort that helped each other. I had fun learning with many types of exercises that connected psychology to (remotely) architectural design. 
When I felt the masters was a bit much, I kept myself occupied doing many activities to begin with, such as dancing, hockey, gym :/, and others I liked the most more consistently - like archery, travelling around South England, doing some cultured stuff at London. These little activities - whether with the societies or clubs on campus, or events at Guildford town, helped me keep that balance between my academics and life otherwise. I cannot stress how important it was to keep physically and mentally active. I've managed to learn so much about the English culture and in all, I'm very glad to have gone through with it :)
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Yash

Yash

from India

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

Business Studies

MBA

Claremont Graduate University

USA

2383 Views

WRITTEN ON 3 Aug 2019

Amazing!!!

Coming to this university has changed my personality as well as my perspective towards work and life.
Met amazing people who are already successful in their respective fields and learnt a lot from their experiences.
Less students means the prof is able to give personal attention to all which is the best part of this university.
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John

John

from India

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2018

Computer Science

Management in Information Systems

Claremont Graduate University

USA

2383 Views

WRITTEN ON 28 Jun 2019

CSAT Course at CGU

Great campus and infrastructure.  The CSAT program is expensive than other private colleges. Faculty is well qualified and courteous. The syllabus is moderated for students from all undergrad background. 
However there is no support from university for 'on campus' placements. Students need to find their own job after graduation. This is bit taxing for international students as their 3 months OPT buffer period starts.
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Riba

Riba

from India

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

USA

2383 Views

WRITTEN ON 27 Jun 2019

MBA

It's a very good university. The professors, faculty and staff are very helping. They ensure that you get all the needed assistance. The classes have a diverse set of students. You get to learn about many cultures. Also the courses taught are very good. 
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Riba

Riba

from USA

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

USA

2383 Views

WRITTEN ON 13 Jun 2019

MBA Course at CGU

The faculty is really good. The MBA program is great and also the career development team is a great resource for students who require help in job/internship search. Also you get to be a part of a very diverse class. The classes are interactive. 
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