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Stay away from this place like the plague.Quite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Stay away from this place like the plague. They are a predatory school, plain and simple. They will take you in, take your money, and send you on your way. Students are accepted from all over the world regardless of their academics (grades) and English language skills.

I lost two years at this school because of accreditation issues. I did not know about this (ex-military) and thought all schools were the same. They took all of my GI Bill and I ended up transferring to an accredited college in Florida. I applied to transfer my Schiller credits to 13 public universities in the Southeast of the U.S. Not one university would accept my Schiller credits. 2 years of my life and GI Bill gone. Not getting that back. Stay away from this place! If you are there now, quit and go to a better school. If you really go to the Heidelberg campus, learn German instead! Go to the Heidelberg university instead and pay a few hundred Euros instead.

2nd Year Male -- Class 2014
Social Life: A, Education Quality: F
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This university should tell it's students that theBusiness - Management and Administration
This university should tell it's students that the accreditation is only National as opposed to Regional. Students spend years at this university and tens of thousands of dollars not knowing that this school doesn't have accreditation which is respected by other universities and employers. If a student tries to transfer the credits from Schiller to another university they will most likely be declined. If a student tries to get a job with a degree from this school they risk being ridiculed for having gone to a university which only has national accreditation.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Great accessibility to professors and staff.Average
Great accessibility to professors and staff. Very well prepared and with current market knowledge. I had a professor teach us an international relations course through the game of RISK. It was perhaps one of the best ways to learn diplomacy. I highly recommend this school, I transferred from a community college in Seattle and absolutely fell in love with Madrid, the school, and the professors.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Useful Schoolwork: B+
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