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Illinois at Chicago is a public graduate school in Chicago, Illinois. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 11,091 graduate students. Of the 97 graduate programs offered at University of Illinois at Chicago, 7 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Illinois at Chicago are Medicine, Nursing Science, Education, and Practice, and Business. 28% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
601 S Morgan
Chicago, IL 60607

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After researching universities in my field of study, I found UIC to be highly notable. My program was accredited, offered completely online courses, and my admissions coordinator was extremely helpful and organized! Thanks to awesome instructors, I completed my first year of graduate online courses with a 4.0 GPA, and I'm looking forward to continuing at UIC in the Fall!
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Chemical Engineering department was pathetic. I loved the subject so much and I went to pursue my Masters and when I researched about the department, I was told that they offer research scholarships to almost everybody. I was hoping I could get one considering the experience I had in my past. They undervalued my experience and credentials and they took someone who came with a recommendation instead for the research program. I'm not sure who makes all these decisions but I believe they were completely unfair(to me). My advisor promised me a TA and a job interview when I initially joined (of course after graduation) and never bothered to get me one till the end and I ended up spending money from my pocket. "I" wouldn't recommend this university if you are looking for any fairness in the management.
I attended UIC for two years for my undergrad, and decided to continue to complete my Masters in Early Childhood. This decision was strongly influenced by the staff who were very supportive and guided me through applications, schoolwork, and provided opportunities. I especially am grateful to have met with the coordinator of the Early Childhood Masters program a handful of times to talk about the program. Reaching out for help was welcomed and very easy.