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Purdue University

Business - Management and Administration Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 8/7
Student Surveys
(in Business - Management and Administration)
Males: 10, Females: 5
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.5

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.8 High
Actual difficulty:3.4 Medium
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English10-20%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Business - Management and Administration:

Going to Purdue was a good experience. If you were one of the big fish in your high school, you owe it to yourself to experience competition against ...
Purdue University benefits greatly from not being an "insert name of state here" university and its name and reputation precedes it worldwide. In fac...
For people of color, this institution is not the one to go. The school does not work to adhere to students need if you are in the business school the ...
Purdue is a great place if you are looking for fewer distractions so you can concentrate on your studies but you still want to be relatively close to ...
Purdue is a great value with national acclaim but has major issues (pun intended). This is the critical paper taught in COM114. Purdue cost me $54,0...
Came from California, experienced a strong college campus lifestyle vs big city university. A lot of time you can get bored but thats what its about, ...
Purdue is very racist and ultra conservative. There is lots of drinking and smoking on the weekends. It is very cliquey.
Purdue has an extremely strong reputation as being a great school regardless of major. It is more well known that most people think and has a national...
Pretty good school for the most part, but the TAs and professors are almost never available for any help. I like it well here, but I would probably go...
I'm not gonna lie, Purdue is a good school for Engineering and some Business majors that allows one to really focus on their studies, but mainly becau...
Pretty good school for the most part, but the TAs and professors are almost never available for any help. I like it well here, but I would probably go...
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