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The University of La Verne

How this student rated the school
Research QualityA+ Research AvailabilityA+
Research FundingA+ Graduate PoliticsA+
Errand RunnersA+ Degree CompletionA+
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]A+ Sufficient PayA+
CompetitivenessA+ Education QualityA+
Faculty AccessibilityA+ Useful ResearchA+
ExtracurricularsA+ Success-UnderstandingA+
Surrounding CityA+ Social Life/EnvironmentA+
"Individual" treatmentA+ FriendlinessA+
SafetyA+ Campus BeautyA+
Campus MaintenanceA+ University Resource/spendingA+
Describes the student body as:
Friendly, Approachable

Describes the faculty as:
Friendly, Helpful

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Date: Dec 31 1969
Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)
As a graduate of ULV's MBA program, I am proud to say that it has opened many doors for me in my career. Immediately after graduating I was promoted at my job. Soon after, I was offered executive management positions with other employers. I found the quality and value of the program to be superb. The student/faculty interaction was wonderful and I continue to speak with my fellow alumni and even my professors on a regular basis.

I originally was enrolled in USC's MBA Program (Marshall School of Business). However, after my employer discontinued education reimbursements I could no longer afford USC. Comparing both programs, I found the quality of education better at ULV in many aspects, particularly the ability to have a personal interaction with the professors. At USC that was impossible to do. I realized at USC that you are simply paying for the "brand" or the "network" but the quality is no better. In addition, to continue being part of the alumni network requires you to regularly donate thousands of dollars to USC. In a fair comparison of both schools, I would say that it really comes down to what you make of the education you receieve in your MBA program.

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