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Architecture & Planning Courses at University of Connecticut

UConn Architecture & Planning
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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
B.Arch(1 course)
INR 33 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 79 & Above, Duolingo: 100 & Above

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3.6/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Easy going
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Academically oriented
  • Friendly
Student Views
  • 33% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships2.7
Part time work4
Post study jobs3
Quality of faculty3.7
Student Life2.3
Value for money3
Public transportation5
Safety4
Indian Food5
Permanent Immigration3.7
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MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (STEM) - Batch of 2025
3.7
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Reputed University but we have to raise our standards equally and search for opportunities.
Tips: I haven't experienced any cultural shift. College provides scholarships based on the first-semester credit. Please check the university website for full details and can mail a representative for more details. They are helpful. Good University. It is up to you to make connections and find opportunities.
Likes (Public transportation): Hartford campus is not much of a campus. It is just a business building besides an undergrad building. If you want to enjoy the campus experience, choose Stamford but it has fewer opportunities for Part time jobs. The Hartford campus is in the downtown which is quite busy, so not far from the city. The bus transportation is good and running 24/7. Students are given with college pass, which makes it easy to travel. As I said, the university provides a bus pass for you to travel all over Connecticut.
Dislikes (Internships): At the moment, as you all know, the market is not as good as before. Considering the current situation, I have given 2 stars. But again, it depends on the individual. People with the right and good amount of work experience are likely to be shortlisted for the opportunities.
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MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (STEM) - Batch of 2024
3.9
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Place to build your career
Tips: Getting a scholarship for a master's programme in business analytics and project management is very hard. You won't be experiencing much of a campus life in Hartford but you meet a lot of career-driven people here and this is a good place to stay motivated and build your career by interacting with others. The academic curriculum is very important and valuable here.
Likes (Part time work): There are several on campus part times available at the main campus which is the Storrs campus for students. Also, there are multiple types of part-time available for all international and local students where you can work legally with good pay that is sufficient for all your needs and expenses to live as a student.
Dislikes (Student Life): Hartford campus isn't first choice, you miss a lot about your campus life in Hartford. Particularly for the Hartford campus as it is just a block for classes. You won't be experiencing many events or gathering to socialize but academically this university has its very own pros.
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MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (STEM) - Batch of 2024
3.3
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Not good in terms of student engagement.
Tips: Transitioning after coming here might involve adapting to a more urban environment. I experienced a cultural shift since I came from a completely different background. A merit-based scholarship of $3300 is available for students after their first semester. I am satisfied with the university and course, however, I enjoyed coming to the US experiencing various cultures and learning to live far from home.
Likes (Permanent Immigration): The campus is well-connected to the rest of the city. The most commonly used mode of transportation is buses, whereas other forms of transportation like trains are available for out-of-city travel. Public transportation is extremely convenient and free for students. Moreover, the frequency of buses is impressive.
Dislikes (Student Life): My experience at UConn hasn't been as vibrant as I expected. I head straight home after classes. There aren't many events organized on campus that catch my interest. Hence, I rarely find myself participating in these events due to lack of appeal. There are some student clubs and communities, but they don't seem to be very active or well-publicised.
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University CityMansfield, Connecticut, USA
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Population of City25,969

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