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The Illinois Institute of Technology

Electrical Engineering Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 1/9
Student Surveys
(in Electrical Engineering)
Males: 7, Females: 3
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.4

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.6 High
Actual difficulty:3.7 High
Students found the coursework to be harder than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English20-30%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Electrical Engineering:

Terrible school, not worth any time or money, it really needs to be closed.
I think this university is better than most of my peers think. Since I started going to school here, lots of things have changed. The number of improv...
The Administration is very arrogant. Also, they don't care about the students particularly international students. It is more a business for them. The...
I've had a great career as a Software Engineer and I couldn't have done it without the education I got at IIT. The courses were well laid out and tau...
Being an international student,I was very skeptical in the first place as to how I would fit in. I found IIT to be very welcoming. One thing that ...
I guess the quality of classes are pretty good. However, your social life is what you make of it, there's not much EVER happening on campus. The Greek...
Professors in EE are either helpful but condescending or just unhelpful (and language is a big barrier). Teachers over use TAs. Challenging classes bu...
Sometimes it feels like they are more worried about what big shot people in either the city or certain companies feel about the university rather than...
I had read the comments on this site b4 coming to IIT so I thought I should contribute as well. First of all, this is a technical school. Most of the...
I think this university is better than most of my peers think. Since I started going to school here, lots of things have changed. The number of improv...
I attended IIT for one semester. After my first semester, I dropped all the courses, checked out from the dorm and let all the people from faculty kno...
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