As a top notch university with a beautiful, luscious green campus that reached the top ten most beautiful campus in the US and was described as a garden of eden, Emory has a spectacular faculty full of distinguished scholars from all around the world. I loved how international and global the university seemed and how interdisciplinary all of its departments. Both President Jimmy Carter and the Dalai Lama are visiting professors at this university, alongside people like Shoshanna Felman, Salman Rushdie, Natasha Trethewey, Sanjay Gupta, and so many others! The school is swarming with influential people within the arts, humanities, and sciences. With world renowned research facilities and high achieving students, Emory is a wonderful place to intellectually grow, learn and build dreams. It’s a perfect school for future leaders.
Reviewed by Jennifer L. on 10/2017, courtesy of Yelp
Beautiful campus, dedicated teachers, curious students, in the heart of an amazing city. Great school
Reviewed by Kirk G. on 1/2014, courtesy of Google
An amazing education institution.
Reviewed by Jane M. on 12/2014, courtesy of Google
I can’t speak about the hospital, but the College is top-notch. As an undergraduate, I have learned new skills side by side renowned professors. I have no idea what Alison TK was talking about; perhaps her review was outdated, but as a math minor I’ve used Matlab on many Emory pcs and as a psych major I’ve had the opportunity to assist in research using state-of-the-art technology, including a brand-new fMRI machine. Maybe she was looking in the wrong places, but I can assure you that the computers in the Math/Sci building have software for every programming language.
As for the coursework, it’s very intense, with most students taking 5 classes under our new credit system. The teachers are generally very supportive however, and there are lots of resources available if you need help.
Like many universities, your Emory experience will be what you make of it. But with ample resources, a caring faculty, and (most of all) a diverse and passionate student body, Emory has exceeded my expectations as a university.
Reviewed by Amanda W. on 1/2014, courtesy of Google
The happiest place for me. Love all the people working and learning there.
Reviewed by Joyce L. on 11/2014, courtesy of Google
I graduated from Emory in 2010 and can say, without any reservations, that I received a great education from the institution.
Generally, the professors were brilliant and accomplished and made time for their students. Great selection of classes. The facilities were top-notch, including the dormitories (definitely better than at some of the Ivies) and the library has a ton of volumes. The endowment, though hit hard by the Crisis, still makes anything possible, really. I made use of all of these resources to go on to attend Harvard Law, for which Emory more than adequately prepared me.
Additionally, they have one of the best financial aid programs in the nation (Emory Advantage), such that, if you’ve got the academic credentials and the personality, there’s no impediment to attending. Emory Advantage made it possible, for example, for me to attend.
The campus is beautiful. And Atlanta is a pretty awesome city.
Reviewed by Gretel M. on 4/2014, courtesy of Google