MMI - Phoenix is an above-average for-profit college located in Phoenix, Arizona. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,182 undergraduate students. The MMI - Phoenix acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair. Graduating 65% of students, MMI - Phoenix alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $30,600.
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institute - Phoenix Reviews
I have made some awesome friends down here and been able to experience things I never would have had the chance to do back home. But as far as MMI, it is not what they portray it to be. Some of the instructors do not care at all. It's just a job and they want to go home. I'd like to see it be more personable, more diversity. On tv, it appeals to all styles of riders. But at the school, its predominantly Harley and dirtbikes. Neither of which I have a passion for. There are times where I really enjoy it and other times, I question myself. My honest opinion.
The whole concept of a hands on school fits my overall persenallity. The teachers explain topics in my language or in terms I could understand. One thing they stress on is putting hands on projects no matter my knowledge or experience. They understand some of us don't have previous experience and they like teaching us knew knowledge. I would recommend this school to any student who is a visual learner and some one who is looking for a quick career. They also offer opportunities to open more doors other than just shop jobs they offer the chance to own your own shop and to be your own boss. Their staff are excellent as well as other students who come here to learn and to better them selves. I am out of state and they make it feel like home. I know I'm not alone when it comes with mmi
The instructors are great. I have learned a great deal in a few weeks. Student Services (Admissions, Financial Aid, and Housing) seemed disorganized. Everyone in Student Services is very nice, but the communication between groups seems to be lacking.