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It was very good! A lot of hands on learning that really prepared me for life. They don't offer dorms, which in turn helps you get ready for the work force a lot faster. It works out good because the you get into the work force and are ready for it on a different level than what the other colleges prepare you at
The greatest things about MIAT are the opportunities. Not only the job opportunities after graduating, but also the hands on learning opportunities that are presented to students every day. The only change i would suggest would be to hire more lab assistants to help the instructors with large groups.
This school is hands on, informative, and has an amazing job placement rate as well as a career center. They help you learn what you need to know, and once you have learned what you need to complete your program you can come back FOR LIFE FOR FREE to retrain on any of your classes, especially useful for when new technologies are developed and you need to touch up. Easy to get into the school, and to me they really have super nice housing. Would do it all over again