College Senior 2013-08-11T19:43:05Z
They help u find an externship and a job after college
College Senior 2013-08-11T19:37:40Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
They help u a lot when it comes to getting the loans but not when ur getting scholarships
College Senior 2013-06-29T03:09:56Z
The Bradford School campus is inside Station Square, Downtown Pittsburgh - an area known for it's ethnic, economic, political, religious, and sexual diversities. The student body consists of both locals and outside transfers who live both on-campus in housing or commute from their own homes and apartments within driving distance both in and outside the city. There's every type of personality living in downtown Pittsburgh. Their backgrounds, interests, goals, schedules, priorities, and hobbies are all over the place. Since Pittsburgh is a city full of options, you're guaranteed to meet people you will get along with and find countless activities all over the city. Whether you're into doing yoga at the studio down the street, going a baseball game at PNC park, riding the trolley through the city, shopping in the Strip District, floating down the river on the Gateway Clipper, attending a rock concert at Stage AE, dancing the night away at a local bar or club, sitting though a midnight lazer light show at the Carnegie Science Center, taking the incline straight to a breathtaking overhead view of the city lights and action, or craving any possible sort of cuisine your mind can fathom - Pittsburgh is the perfect fit for any college student. Bradford students can participate in anything the city offers. Students provide each other with new opportunities and experiences as they get to know each other. The Bradford Student Body is smart, friendly, focused, challenging, fun, and diverse. Best believe you'll feel right at home!
College Senior 2013-06-29T02:41:34Z
Bradford only teaches courses that are career-oriented AND finds jobs for each of their students upon graduating. I don't know other schools that do that. They give you in-field work experience as you're earning your diploma or degree, and some programs even require paid externships as school credits. The quick, condensed, hands-on, no BS educational plan Bradford provides is very promising. Job placement percentages (provided directly by Bradford School) for 2011-2012 students were majorly above 90%. These jobs provide security, competitive salary rates, benefits, quality work experience, and opportunities for broadening your career. I don't know about you, but attending a school that guarantees me the best opportunity and prep for a business-focused degree that provides multiple career options in a very reasonable amount of time is a top priority of mine. A+ yo.
College Senior 2013-06-29T02:20:14Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I am about to be twenty and just going back to school; I just started the admissions process at Bradford. Their size, accreditation, job placement and graduation percentages, location, opportunities, teachers, prices, condensed accelerated-degree programs without general/liberal bulls*** courses, focus only on career paths that are growing and have good job placement, genuine concern and consideration for their students, and very hands-on education experience testimonies made Bradford a no brainer for me. The programs are priced reasonably for the quality and intensity of education Bradford offers - five hours a day, five days a week, only ten to sixteen months, almost no homework, career prep opportunities outside campus, with some vacations. Their programs are fashioned to take just over a year to complete, and Bradford does the work to place you right in your job field after the fact. They provide their students with competitive jobs (benefits included) upon graduating and paid externships during a few of their programs that count as college credits. Bradford's accreditation, affiliation with potential employers, and job placement is exceptional and extensive. I was very impressed with everything about the degree programs and recent statistics. You don't waste any money on schoolwork that does not prepare you for your chosen career path - Bradford does not consist of liberal arts courses. I'm not wasting my time and money on schools that beat around the bush and aren't all about making my future successful. F*** that. Most students in other colleges and universities take general education classes and electives that will do nothing for their future career or financial standing. Financial aid is very helpful - Bradford does not want any of their students to pay out-of-pocket during their time at school. Grants and loans are offered to cover expenses. They work with you one-on-one to find the plan you need to comfortably attend their school without worrying about overbearing debt from loans. And they're always available for their students. They get satisfaction from making sure each student personally succeeds. My family can't help me financially, I don't yet have transportation, and I am just looking for a job now, and Bradford is still working with me to take care of all my expenses with grants and loans. It's a huge relief. There's more I can say, but you get the picture. Peace!
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