Globe University Reviews
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Reviewed by: Mike D, Bachelor in medical-assistant-school on February 4th, 2012
Globe University - Woodbury is a great school. They have excellent instructors who actually get to know you with the small class sizes. There is a ton of hands on learning going on there. We work in labs with instructors who hold jobs in their field outside of school. The cost is a little more than some similar schools, but every credit you take over 16 credits is free. The whole atmosphere is very professional.
Reviewed by: Patric O on May 18th, 2010
I totally had a drastic experience with this university. My sis, when she joined for associates she was asked to do very less credits to get the degree. But later on they changed everything according to their wish. I recommend not to opt for this private university on the other side they don't even have a accreditation. God bless their current students.
Reviewed by: John L on February 23rd, 2010
You're wondering if Globe University/MSB college is the right college for? If you plan to finish your Bachelor's program within 1-2 years, then I would highly recommend you to attend this college! If you plan to spend four years here, just go to a community college. Like most private colleges, GLOBE UNIVERSITY/Minnesota School of Business is very expensive. Spending 4 years at a college like this one will cost you anywhere between $40,000-$60,000 per program. There are some upsides to colleges like these, they allow you to take as many credits as you want if you can prove that you can handle it. Why should you take as many credits as you can? You only pay for the first 16 credits per quarter, any credits after that is free. FOR EXAMPLE, if you take 32 credits in one quarter you will only have to pay for 16 credits, and you get 16 credits free of charge! To sum it up, if you are not a busy adult with a full-time job already and you don't plan on doubling up on your credits, SAVE YOURSELF SOME MONEY AND GO TO A COMMUNITY COLLEGE!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by: Stacy T, Associate in on February 14th, 2011
I was shocked to find out what Globe University and the Veterinary Technology program was really about after I was already enrolled and committed so much money toward it. The value of the education is not worth it, they have poor quality teachers who have never taught before let alone have any personal skills. The management and administration that is running this place is a joke and a half. Students are treated worse than if we were a number in a large university, but as children who misbehaved on a playground. For anyone considering this program I would wait 5-10 years until they grow up. I think the local tech college would me much better for learning and for the money. The local veterinary community views this program as a joke and the faculty that is teaching and running it. Most people go into Vet Medicine for the animals these people are in it strictly for the money. The quality of some of the students that they accept to this school proves their only goal. Why accept a student into a program that they clearly will not make it through? For The $$$$$$$$$$ I wish they were giving refunds.
Reviewed by: Emmanuel O, Master in on August 13th, 2010
NIGHTMARE!!!! I am ashamed for making a wrong choice by opting this university. Fuck the Management. 2 manyc hanges than anywhere else in the world. Starting from John to Stephanie grgurich nobody has freaking soft corner.
Reviewed by: Adam S, Bachelor in on August 10th, 2010
As someone who has seen first hand the manipulation and lack of quality in this "school", Globe Unversity can only be described as the lowest common demoniator of post-secondary education. They should be ashamed of the money they are stealing from taxpayers. They need to be stopped.
Reviewed by: John S on February 23rd, 2010
I got my Bachelors degree from Minnesota School of Business in 2003. I regret why I attended Minnesota School Of Business! I want to pursue MBA but no College or University would even look at my degree. The only way out is to do another Bachelors degree from Regional accredited college, in that way I will be able to do my masters from a recognized college.
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