- San German, PR
- 4 Year
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.6 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.5 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.5 responses
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Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)32 Graduates
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Inter American University of Puerto Rico - San German Reviews
Review Inter American University of Puerto Rico - San German
So far, i don't relatively have anything against the professors nor the classes that i have taken. But what i have a problem with is the financial aid process. I am not eligible for the Pell scholarship that the university offers so I am relying on loans but for starters, they do everything late. An example I would give would be that last year when my mother had to take out a loan to pay off my tuition and we did everything when i was finishing High School but the paperwork and everything wasn't processed until September or October of last year. It was hassle and this year its a hassle as well.
So far I'm taking four cources which are English, Spanish, and two art courses I have to take because they involve my major and they are all Spanish except for my English course. I am bilingual but my thought process is mostly English which is a little difficult for me but once I explained this to my professors they understood my little dilemma and said that if I didn't understand what they said , they would be glad to explain it a little slower for me.I'm also glad that the majority of the courses consists of about 30 students or less depending at what time the course was. There is a variety of courses to take but I recommend you take the required courses you need first then worry about ellective courses.
There are programs that involve you getting internships for your specific major outaide of Puerto Rico but you have to keep an eye out for these programs. What's best is that if you talk with classmates they'll help you to find professors or counselors that can help you get recruited to get a job in or out campus. A prime example I'mgoing to give is my close friend who is studying to get a Bachelor's Degree in Culinary Arts. He discused with his professor that he needs a part time job in order to pay for school and to advance his culinary experience.After a few weeks, his professor recommend him to a new restaurant that recently opened and he is doing well.