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Emory University, Atlanta

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  • I attended my friends (mentee) graduation ceremony as he achieved his M.B.A. The event was well organized and the keynote speaker was outstanding. I took public transportation to the University as it ...  more »
  • This campus covers a huge area, but includes a stunning quadrangle, surrounded by buildings in beautiful stone, and many walks through forest and parkland, with lovely bridge walkways with waterfalls ...  more »
  • One of the most technologically advanced schools especially in medicine along with the hospital that's also apart of the university. A perfered choice of many aspiring undergrads and graduates!  more »
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  • Emory is an amazing university. . My daughter attends and I cannot say enough about how wonderful it is. Her experience has been the best on every level. She has grown exponentially. I'm so glad she chose to attend this esteemed school. If you are considering a top tier school do yourself a favor and visit Emory. My daughter just might be your tour guide.
  • Best hospital I've ever been too!! would recommend it too everyone! I've had Multiple surgeries here and they were successful and done correctly ! Best doctors and staff are at Emory. I've been a Patient since 1999 ! Highly would recommend anyone in Georgia to go here. Emory found out I was IGA deficiency and know other hospital could that shows you how good they are !!!
  • I tried to post a job to help students become a part time or full time IT Technician, we would train them to make a little money and have a more enriched live as the went to school. But in there wisdom they prefer broke students or students with no income. They denied the posting. Really???? Now that is scary. At least we tried to help the students get ahead. Good luck to any students that want to go here.
  • Emory has an Atlanta zipcode but it is actually not in the city. It has minimal transport to the city. It also claims to be a liberal arts school but that's only if you come for a specific science or business track. Many arts, languages, and humanities departments have been defunded. The money goes to the 'stronger areas of the school' according to the last dean of the college. Would not recommend for arts careers.
  • I visited their museum for my special guy's birthday and we had a blast