I'm about to graduate BS-IB from this university, I have studied in the Madrid, Heidelberg and Online campuses.
All I can say is that I'm graduating with a 3.47 GPA and the feeling that I just wasted 4 years of my academic life.
The administration is a mess, most campuses depend on the decisions of the main campus in FL to adapt campus regulations, programs, and online classes.
Every single teacher I've had was great, super prepared and nice people who really incentivated the desire to learn more on the subject matter.
The administration on the other side is a mess, when I begun studies it was a BBA, then one year after they changed everything to BS without telling the students, some classes got waived, many changed from the original program we were told before entering the uni, etc.
The accreditation is also a mess, they have been saying they were going to get accredited before I got there 4 years ago, they are still saying it and nothing has changed.
The only campus that worked great was the Heidelberg one, and their only flaws were ricochet from FL's mess, when one week prior to the semester beginning they didn't know what the online classes were going to be and everyone was waiting on the deadline for FL to come up with a list in order to be able to organize a campus&online schedule combination.
Negative experiences I had:
Many employees are getting fired every year so every other semester, students have to be patient and not stress out when new administration staff has just replaced the old one and nobody knows wha to do or who to talk with (at the same time deadline dates are coming)
I enquired about taking a few months off after my semester because of some family health issues, just enquired. My surprise next semester was that I had been dropped out of the program without notification, consent or anything. When in theory in order to "drop" and take a break we are supposed to fill out some forms, no forms were given and I was dropped out.
I have been denied a class because of a 10$ debt due to a bank transfer mistake where the bank kept those 10$ from the ammount sent for the transfer fee accidentally.
Many students transfer to other univeristies, some get a few credits accepted, others are so fed up they prefer losing 2 years of credits at schiller and starting raw at another university.There are many more negative experiences I dont remember, but overall I'm graduating from this university with a bad taste and feeling I'm just a source of money to them.