That it is small and very close to home.
That I get do hands on learning and that they are well known in the restaurant indrustry.
I like to tell people that while they are slaving away at their homework, I am eating mine. I also like to tell them that I get to use knives to do my school work while they are using pencils.
They hold all the students at a high standard: to dress and act profesionally, to do your best and to learn as much as possible. We either have uniforms(if you're in culinary labs) or you are wearing buisness etire, the teachers and students expect you to look your best and have nice clean, pressed uniforms at every class. But being held to this high standard is not a bad thing, it is getting us ready for the buisness world.
I brag about the fact that Johnson and Wales is a very well applied trade university. The school is well rounded for any kind of field that you specifically want to study.
ABout all the activites we have around campus..only if the activites are fun.
My class schedule, no classes on friday ever. Unless there is no class on monday because of a holiday, also we start a little later in the year and we are on a trimester system.
The small amount of people in classes and the help we get from the teachers and tuitors.
I LET THEM KNOW WE MEET THE BEST . WE ALSO PUT IN A LOT OF WORK BUT IT ALL WORTH IT BECAUSE IT PREPARE YOU FOR THE REAL WORLD. WE ALSO GET TO START OUR MAJOR THE MINUTE WE STEP FOOT IN THE CLASS ROOM WHICH I LOVE.
Between the helpful faculty, the parfect location for business students, the great financial aid programs, and the delicious cuisine at the school, I have a lot to brag about at this university.
That there is a 98% that the students who graduate from my University will have a job upon graduation.
Most students have a four day work week. No Friday classes! (Optional) Also, we have Trimesters and get 10 days off for thanksgiving break and spring break. Our campus is in Uptown Charlotte and we get exposed to local business professionals and professional sports teams. We have a professional dress policy and we have diversity.
I brag about the 11-week terms. I love that I start school in September, after all of my friends start. My "semester" is actually a trimester, since we have three 11-week terms. This makes the year go by faster, but still gives me time to absorb what each class is teaching.
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