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Johns Hopkins University

Breakdown of “Education Quality” at JHU

By Gender
By Major
Animal StudiesA
Business - Management and AdministrationA
Chemical EngineeringC+
Civil EngineeringA
Computer EngineeringA-
Computer ScienceA-
Electrical EngineeringA
Engineering DepartmentA
Geography and GeosciencesA+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A
Mechanical EngineeringA-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA-
Political ScienceA
PreLaw and LegalA-
PreMed and MedicalA-
Public HealthA

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Education Quality

... Many students tend to appreciate Hopkins more with the prespective of a few years after graduation and the ability to compare your education wit...Read full comment
... Under no circumstances should any student apply to Johns Hopkins unless he wishes to waste his college years in bitterness and not receive a good ...Read full comment
... Faculty are arrogant, haughty, disinterested in your education/welfare as an undergraduate and absurdly lazy ...Read full comment
... good luck to all that take on the challenge of a Hopkins education ...Read full comment
... You can get a better education at cheaper universities ...Read full comment
... I think it is a graduate education at an undergraduate university ...Read full comment
... If you're dedicated to getting a good education, welcome home ...Read full comment
... Hopkins gets a bad rap for being anti-social and too competitive, but I have made a lot of friends here and the education I'm getting is top notch...Read full comment
... I think I have come to the right place for my education ...Read full comment
... It's a great school and you will never second guess that you are getting a high quality education ...Read full comment
... the connections i've made here are just as valuable as the education itself ...Read full comment
... Hopkins opened up a lot of doors for me and the people I met while attending changed my outlook on life-- I am very proud of my education an...Read full comment
... As I mentioned before I received a great education ...Read full comment
... But I feel very grateful; I graduated from a large, lower-middle class High School, and now I'm able to study at an elite school, in a great dep...Read full comment
... At Hopkins your grade is truly a testament to the amount of time and effort that you will put into your education ...Read full comment
... Johns Hopkins University is a phenomenal school that provides an outstanding education, especially in the sciences ...Read full comment
... It is worth being going to school here but only if you are ready to fully utilize the faculty resources and excellence in education into your nur...Read full comment
... The education was top notch, but as I reached my Senior year, I wasn't interested in learning for the sake of learning ...Read full comment
... As others have said about Johns Hopkins, it is truly a graduate style education at the undergraduate level ...Read full comment
... The bad news was that being a de facto grad student meant you became cynical well before your time, and JHU's policies for faculty and research ...Read full comment
... The bad news was that being a de facto grad student meant you became cynical well before your time, and JHU's policies for faculty and research ...Read full comment
... The education is marvelous and the teachers are very understanding and helpful ...Read full comment
... It's a great education though ...Read full comment
... The negative impact of this is that undergraduate education isn't the top priority, as it would be at a small liberal arts college ...Read full comment
... Here's my random schmorgusboard of advice: You will you get an amazing education, have lots of opportunities to grow and learn as a person, and...Read full comment
... But the as a liberal arts education it was a disaster ...Read full comment
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