University of Hartford - Undergraduate Admissions

How to write a review

Imagine you’re chatting to a friend...what would you tell them about the institution and your experience? Please note, reviews should be written in English.

To get you started, here’s a few ideas on what you could include:

  • What did you enjoy most about the institution?
  • What do you wish you had known about the institution before you arrived?
  • What are the institution’s facilities like? Which facilities did you use?
  • What challenges did you overcome?
  • What extra-curricular activities did you take part in? What can local students to do for fun in the area?

Reviews by other students

5

The standards are incredibly high

By Anonymous, US Virgin Islands

I recommend that aspiring composers go to some of the hundreds of productions Hartt students and faculty present every year. Seeing my colleagues’ wor...

5

University of Hartford experience invaluable

By Anonymous, US Virgin Islands

Improv comedy is something that has changed the way I look at life. It has been a key catalyst in my college career. To pursue further training, and e...

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University of Hartford - Undergraduate Admissions

Your rating

Rate from 1 (poor) - 5 (excellent). You can give your reasons why in the comment box

Overall experience *

Admission process*
How difficult was the selection process? Did a university representative in your country help you? Did the university’s admissions office help you throughout the process?
Funding and scholarships
Did your university offer scholarships/funding opportunities available for international students?
Your study experience*
What is your course like? What are your lecturers and tutors like? Do you receive the student support you need? What are your university facilities like? Is your course value for money?
Your life experience*
Do you like the location of your university? Are other students and the locals friendly? Is your accommodation value for money? Is it possible to find part-time work? What is your student union like? Have you joined any societies or clubs and are there any specifically for international students?
Job prospects*
Do you believe your job prospects have increased as a result of your studies? Will you be keeping in touch with fellow alumni? Is there an alumni association you can join?

Your review

Guidelines

Guidelines

  • Be honest about your experience
  • No adult language
  • When criticising any aspect of your experience, do not name individuals. Please explain your criticism fully instead of making broad statements (e.g. instead of 'The staff are bad', say 'The staff are often late for class and don't offer any support’.)
  • Don't include telephone numbers or email addresses
  • Remember that other students will be reading your reviews – keep it constructive!

If a review breaks any of these rules, we have the right to not publish it.

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Would you recommend your institution to future students?*

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