Beau Monde Hair Design is a for-profit college located in Portland, Oregon. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 50 undergraduate students. The Beau Monde Hair Design acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Cosmetology and Nail Technician. Graduating 100% of students, Beau Monde Hair Design alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,300.
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When I was on the search for a Beauty school that best suited me I was looking for one that was fashion forward and creatively driven. Once I stepped foot into Beau Monde I wasn't sure what to expect, I spoke with the recruiter and he had mentioned all of the fashion show events, photoshoots, competitions, and MUD make up the school had to offer. During my time enrolled I had experienced all of what he had sold me from the beginning. I even went across the country to experience and be apart of the Wella 2016 TrendVision competition and for that I am so thankful for the opportunity. But granted, those experiences and all of the knowledge most instructors had shared with me was definitely worth it and if I had to chose to go back and do it all over I would, except I would do it different the second time around. There were quite a handful of things the school could improve on to make it a more smooth journey for the student and the staff.
The three different courses had different teachers who had their own style of teaching which was nice because everyone has their own way of learning. Student to teacher ratio was approximately 25:1 in most cases, on the clinic floor however the school could have had more than one instructor helping out. More than half of the time that instructor was responsible for 35 students making it a stressful atmosphere.
I think this was the best choice for me by far - lots of hands on and I can constantly try new things and work on any area of my field. The students and instructors interact constantly and I feel like I have a lot of opportunities and options to pursue once I graduate. Like all schools, you get out of it what you put in. There are some minor complaints, like with all things - night students can miss out on some info from day classes and the time clock has some issues - but overall I love it. The instructors know so much, you constantly learn