Milan - Palm Desert is a for-profit college located in Palm Desert, California in the Palm Springs Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 133 undergraduate students. The Milan - Palm Desert acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Massage Therapy and Bodywork, and Medical Secretary. Milan - Palm Desert alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $19,900.
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An absolutely amazing school filled with the most kind, warm people you will ever meet! I had been out of school for about two years and felt ashamed, embarrassed a whole array of things😓 but upon my tour of the campus I experienced something completely different and wonderful. They were Encouraging! And non biased they genuinely want their students to succeed. Next thing I knew I was a student there and everyone and I mean everyone was pushing me towards my goals, being so positive and helpful. This school has changed my life and given me a new start thank you Milan and all of its wonderful employees ❤️
Milan is a very good school and the instructors really care about your education/
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