based on 7 students ratings
One of my relatives lives here in the Madison state. They suggested to me this college and also gave me an opportunity to live with them while I study. My parents agreed to the offer. I applied to the university via the common app by paying an application fee of $75.
My biomedical data science course covers core concepts and allows for concentrated coursework, in both methodology and application. The course is continuously improving understanding of the mechanisms of disease and ultimately to improve human health care.
I have pursued my Bachelor's in Business administration and I wanted to pursue a master's in business administration from a university abroad to gain exposure to a new environment and different culture and diversity. While going through different schools, I came across the Wisconsin School of Business and reading about it, I exactly knew that this is where I'll fit the best. I loved the school's academic and placement history and also its diverse and huge alumni network. I had scored 92% in my Bachelor's which acted as a catalyst during the online admission process. I had paid an application fee of $75.
The course is designed in a way where we are trained with full concentration at career preparation. The distinctive career specialization model builds up a deep knowledge of the field that e chooses through critical inquiry and relevant hands-on learning experience. We are given opportunities to work on an actual business-related problem with our peers, faculty and executives from the industry.
I got a full ride scholarship to the college and it had the major of my choice so it was a perfect fit for me. It was also in my home state.
I think that the course curriculum is challenging and that it will prepare me well for the future.
Yes, I wanted to go to this school because it was my top choice. I liked the program that was offered there as well as all the research opportunities. It was also the main school in my state so that is another reason why I chose it.
The course curriculum is challenging however it prepares you for your degree. While many of the classes I felt like it could have been taught better since some time I had to teach myself, for the most part, they were well taught and challenging and applicable.
It was affordable but also a great school. It is also only a 4-5 hour drive from my hometown. The medical and pre-medical programs at this school are top class. This school is also one of the leading research institutions.
I believe some professors are not there to provide success but others are very helpful. I also think that the curriculum can sometimes feel useless and like a right of passage before medical school. It does help when professors make the material interesting and not just make us memorize everything.
Madison is a beautiful city and the perfect college town. The university is in a great location as it surrounded by two beautiful lakes. The school itself has very high standards and offers a wonderful education to students through their wonderful faculty
I think it is great. It is not busy work, but only the work essential for learning material. The curriculum overall is well put together for each individual subject and is very interesting. It is tough only having a few tests determine your grade but it's manageable.
Great reputation and cost. I was so impressed by how kind and welcoming the faculty were when I went to visit and this held true to all the great things I had heard about UW?s strong support system. I received a great funding package as well.
It's well balanced and fair. There are always so many course options and I appreciate how we are required to take a variety of courses that cover the sciences and arts. The courses range from easy to difficult.