Case Western Reserve University
Case Western Reserve University - Graduate (MS/PhD) Ratings|
|Total Grad Surveys||14|
|Avg years at University||2.4|
|Research Quality||B- (6.1)|
|Research Availability||C+ (5.0)|
|Research Funding||C+ (5.6)|
|Graduate Politics||C (4.4)|
|Errand Runners||B- (6.0)|
|Degree Completion||C+ (5.1)|
|Alternative pay [ta/gsi]||C (4.5)|
|Sufficient Pay||C- (3.9)|
|Education Quality||C- (3.8)|
|Faculty Accessibility||C (4.5)|
|Useful Research||C (4.9)|
|"Individual" treatment||C- (3.6)|
|Campus Beauty||C (4.6)|
|Campus Maintenance||C+ (5.0)|
|University Resource/spending||C- (3.9)|
|Surrounding City||C- (3.9)|
|Social Life/Environment||D (2.7)|
A third of the faculty was absolutely fantastic and helpful and I have learnt a lot from them and grew to respect them also as role-models, but there were quite a few not very intelligent professors who tried to compensate for it by being arrogant and/or unreasonable.The facilities were quite ok and so was security in general (just don't go over the sports-field) but the community both in the business school (which is not surprising because it is awful in any business school) and in campus in general was not what I have experienced at other universities where I studied.It was great though that the campus was in town with every important thing in Cleveland relatively close and Cleveland itself can be a very interesting city. So I would rate Case as above average, but, or at least so was my experience a long time ago,at that time it definitely was not in the top-tier.
If you are reading this, please do not be disillusioned by these people. For every University that I've visited, there have been more nay-sayers than students filled with "school pride". Case has literally everything going for it â€“ great city vibe, beautiful campus, wonderful student body, world-renowned faculty and an outstanding global reputation â€“ but unfortunately, many students appear to have missed the point here.
For this great institution and its audacious students, the saying has never been more accurate; the â€œtruthâ€ truly does lie in the eyes of the beholder.