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Broward College

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Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2015

Education / Training / Teaching

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5
WRITTEN ON 24 MAY 2014

Great college

I have experienced amazing college life in Broward College. This school is not only for learning your specialized major, but they also give you many opportunities to support you, so you actually explore more about yourself and expand your network for your future. I really appreciate that people are very friendly and students are very divers from all over the world! I recommend Broward College if you are serious about your future career.

I have experienced amazing college life in Broward College. This school is not only for learning your specialized major, but they also give you many opportunities to support you, so you actually explore more about yourself and expand your network for your future. I really appreciate that people are very friendly and students are very divers from all over the world! I recommend Broward College if you are serious about your future career.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2014

pre-nursing studies

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5
WRITTEN ON 19 MAY 2014

Broward College allows students the opportunity not just to an affordable education but to a variety of activities.

My personal advice to anyone contemplating coming to BC, please keep an open mind! The possibilities are truly endless and as long as you are in good academic standings (good grades), you can get yourself involved and as I said, the possibilities are endless. I am a full time student, in two honour societies, student body vice president, I chair a college-wide committee and have a part-time job. I don't expect everyone to do as much as I do but all this to say there is so much to gain here, one just has to be willing to explore. 

My personal advice to anyone contemplating coming to BC, please keep an open mind! The possibilities are truly endless and as long as you are in good academic standings (good grades), you can get yourself involved and as I said, the possibilities are endless. I am a full time student, in two honour societies, student body vice president, I chair a college-wide committee and have a part-time job. I don't expect everyone to do as much as I do but all this to say there is so much to gain here, one just has to be willing to explore.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2011

Associate's Degree/Advanced Diploma (Singapore)

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4
WRITTEN ON 13 JAN 2011

Broward College in Singapore (Center for American Education)

The BC program in Singapore at CAE is very good if you want to transfer to the U.S.  I started after my 'O' levels and was able to complete it in less than 2 years.  I have been accepted to Purdue University to study business and will complete my bachelor's degree in 2 more years-- meaning a U.S. degree only 4 years after 'O' levels.  One drawback is that the program is small and CAE doesn't have it's own building; but overall if you want to get to university in the U.S. and you're coming from Singapore this is a great way to get there faster (and save money-- I lived at home for 2 years instead of paying for a hostel or apartment in the States).

The BC program in Singapore at CAE is very good if you want to transfer to the U.S. I started after my 'O' levels and was able to complete it in less than 2 years. I have been accepted to Purdue University to study business and will complete my bachelor's degree in 2 more years-- meaning a U.S. degree only 4 years after 'O' levels. One drawback is that the program is small and CAE doesn't have it's own building; but overall if you want to get to university in the U.S. and you're coming from Singapore this is a great way to get there faster (and save money-- I lived at home for 2 years instead of paying for a hostel or apartment in the States).

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