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The Emperor's College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

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The faculty, specifically the administration is incredibly fQuite BrightOther
The faculty, specifically the administration is incredibly friendly and helpful. In my starting class (each quarter gets a new group) we had about 15-25 people and it seems as though the administration knows everyones faces, if not their names. It is a fairly small school in a concrete-esque office building that isn't incredibly aesthetically pleasing but they do try to incorporate plants in and around the building. The classes themselves are generally small (20-25) and the most teachers are really helpful. Some classes are much more valuable than others but I feel that you get out what you put in. Most of the students are pretty friendly and everyone helps each other out. The classes are challenging (most of them) as you are learning information that you need to retain for your practice, not just something you need to pass the test. Overall I really enjoy Emperor's and just wish I had more time in the day to study (I work 30 hours a week as well as take 14-17 units).
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
University Resource Use: A+, Campus Aesthetics: D+
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