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The New Jersey Institute of Technology

Total Grad Surveys 13
Females 5
Males 8
Avg years at University 2.2
Research Quality B+ (7.3)
Research Availability A- (8.5)
Research Funding B (6.9)
Graduate Politics A- (8.2)
Not Errand Runners B+ (7.4)
Degree Completion A- (8.3)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] B (6.7)
Sufficient Pay B- (6.2)
Competitiveness B+ (7.4)
Education Quality B+ (7.8)
Faculty Accessibility A- (8.3)
Useful Research B+ (8.1)
"Individual" treatment B+ (8.0)
Friendliness A- (8.6)
Safety B+ (8.0)
Campus Beauty B (7.2)
Campus Maintenance B+ (8.1)
University Spending A- (8.1)
Extracurriculars B (7.0)
Scholastic Success B+ (7.8)
Surrounding City B (6.7)
Social Life/ Environment B- (6.2)
Social Life/ EnvironmentB-
This university does not have a good career/placementMay 17 2018Electrical Engineering
This university does not have a good career/placement cell, all the numbers and rankings it claims are achieved by students on their own without the help of the college itself. The placement/ career development services office could not care any lesser about students careers. The college currently charges an amount equivalent to the cost 3 credits to pursue a co-op/internship during the summer and they give you 3 credits for it which you are not allowed to count towards your degree. Given a chance I would take a transfer. Its too late for me, not for you, word tot he wise- DO NOT GO HERE.
Bad School,Bad StaffJun 29 2017Mechanical Engineering
Bad School,Bad Staff.Do not care about children .They just want to make money.Scam school.Career center is a joke.Fees are very high.Professors are pathetic.$100 mill spent on Athletic center instead of Engineering labs.relies on fake stupid sites like buzz-feed for reviews instead of original.Staff are dim and slow and school is in gang territory
The worst school youDec 10 2015Computer Science
The worst school you can be in. The staff and department heads do not reply and questions asked. If you are looking for on-campus job you will end-up doing a off-campus job. Also the are very biased with international students.
NJIT has good students and a good administration,Dec 14 2011Math
NJIT has good students and a good administration, but the college has lousy teaching and a misguided academic focus. After working in industry as a scientist for 10 years, I enrolled full-time in NJIT's Masters of Applied Mathematics program. The program is a 30-credit non-thesis masters degree desined for engineers or scientists. Despite the name of the program, most of the classes are highly theoretical -- I had two actually had two math classes where numbers were rarely used! To make matters worse, the classes are large, the professors are indifferent about teaching, and the grading is pretty harsh. I feel as though I have learned very little real-world math, and the classes have been a painful series of exams and quizes with no useful feedback. I recommend that people avoid NJIT's graduate school.
worst school everApr 29 2002Computer Science
worst school ever
this school is filled with brown men
there are like 10 girls - 5 are brown, 3 are taken, and 2 are disgusting!
don't come here ever
food sucks
everything sucksworst school ever
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