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1. American University School of Communication

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5 reviews
American University School of Communication
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: McKinley Bldg, 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 885-1000

Guy: University department


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2. George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs

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4 reviews
George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 805 21st St NW #400, Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 994-6227

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3. Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies

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25 reviews
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 640 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 687-8700

Guy: Graduate school


Review: Their website mentions journalism

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Hemant Gaule: Great institution, excellent faculty and resources available to students. A lot of impressive events and conferences are hosted at the institute.

Amy Friedlander: Like many others have said, the support staff, to include the Deans Office, is absolutely awful. Unhelpful, discourteous, unprofessional. I expected so much more from this institution, but the SCS is a disappointment and can only be described as a mediocre school at best.

Larry Poe: The classes and the professors are superlative. However, I concur with many comments here....THE SUPPORT STAFF SUCKS!!! You expect a lot more from the admissions office, registrar and folks that answer the phones (oh, by the way, if you call the SCS you usually receive the voice mail) when you pay 60K for a Master's degree. Georgetown is truly "resting on its laurels" and academic reputation in the customer service department. Every time I needed assistance from someone, it was as if I was asking for a favor and not paying for a service (lots of attitude and unhelpful comments). CUSTOMER SERVICE IS TRULY NOT A PRIORITY AT THIS INSTITUTION....
Response: Dear Larry, Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding Georgetown SCS’s Emergency & Disaster Management program in the Middle East. We’re sorry to hear that the student support services have not met your expectations thus far. We’d very much appreciate the opportunity to speak with you further about your experience and do what we can to help with any outstanding issues. A member of your program support team will be reaching out to you as soon as possible to arrange a time to discuss. Sincerely, Office of the Dean, SCS

Karina Valverde: I love being a student on campus again. In pursuit of my masters in Public Relations and Corporate Communications. This campus is for the grad school and certificate programs. The culture is professional, high caliber students.

Patrick Revord: Convenient location, beautiful building, great instruction and great classmates. Georgetown runs a class act, even away from its main campus.

Monica Puerto: I enrolled into the Data Science Certificate Program at Georgetown. It is a waste of money and your time unless you have a robust background in Python. Most students did not because this certificate program appears to help you turn into one. I have background in SQL and data analytics and was hoping to gather some skills to make me a data scientist. Although I understand that a certificate program can’t turn you into one (although the marketing and messaging of this makes it appear so with the “robust” curriculum). This was purely taught on slides and wish it was more hands on. It is very expensive and you don’t start learning till the 3rd class. The first class was an introduction on what is data science (around $900) for some powerpoint you could have read at home. Second class was to get into groups to create a data product on a process that you barely know about. I recommend General Assembly they are more hands on. Although they don’t have the prestigious name (which I think Georgetown takes advantage of to teach this way), you will learn more and actually do projects AFTER you learn the material. I thankfully dropped out and sadly was only refunded the classes I did not take although intro to data science and getting into groups does not feel like real classes..
Response: Dear Monica—Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding Georgetown SCS’s Data Science Certificate program. We’re sorry to hear that the program did not meet your expectations. We've received your feedback on the course and have worked to integrate improvements, including communicating the Python expectation and resources available to students. We invite you to speak further about your experience by contacting a staff member of the Center for Continuing and Professional Education by email at ccpeprograms@georgetown.edu or by calling 202-687-8128. Sincerely, Andrew (Office of the Dean, SCS Georgetown University)

Don Johnson: Thought Google users might enjoy seeing what this building looked like in 1919.(credit: Library of Congress)

Rose T.J. Perna: Georgetown SCS staff are unorganized, unresponsive and unprofessional. My son had a horrible experience with the administration. They do not return phone calls or emails. It may be an "elite school" but the SCS program has less than stellar staff and administration. I hope that they clean up quick, his actual program was very well and the insturctors were very qualified. But if you need a document or any type of administration assistance- you'd be better off going to another school.
Response: Hi Rose! Thank you for your message. We're sorry to hear about your experience. Thanks for being in touch so we were able to resolve your issue.

Gouled Hosh: I would like to study here for my EHLS program next year.

syed pervez: One of the best schools in DMV area.

4. Philip Merrill College of Journalism

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3 reviews
Philip Merrill College of Journalism
Location
4.1
Prices
4.3
Classes
4.5
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4

Address: 7765 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD 20742

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (301) 405-2399

Guy: University department


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5. National Press Club

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National Press Club
Location
5
Prices
4.8
Classes
4.4
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.2

Address: 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 662-7500

Guy: Event venue


Review: "World Famous Press Center DC"

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Austin Graff: Inside a 1927 downtown D.C. building surrounded by deep American history is the National Press Club started in 1908 across the street from its current building. Once only open to white male journalists, the club now welcomes all through membership and public events. It's also a popular wedding venue. I went for a free screening of a documentary film by The Washington Post Opinions section and Ray Whitehouse on a Monday evening. Here's my experience: 1) Space: With a rich legacy, it screams old-school Washington, D.C. from the dated carpet to the media tokens on the walls from statues honoring journalists to old newspaper clippings. The elevators are regal and the bar wooden. There are several meeting rooms and one larger room for their main speaking and panel events. Off from the bar is a dining room with stunning views of the Willard Hotel and Washington Monument. There are plenty of restrooms throughout the floors (the 13th and 14th floors of the building) 2) Parking: For evening events, there's usually street parking for a few dollars along F Street NW. 3) Location: There are plenty of restaurants nearby that stay open through dinner from District Taco to Rice Bar.

Mark West: Quite an elegant and classy building. I was there to attend the James Foley foundation awards dinner. A great place for a high profile event

Angelica Oung: I was lucky enough to be invited by a reporter friend who is a member and I got a shrimp burger. I usually keep to a plant-based diet and this was as low as I could get on the food chain without eating nothing but a salad. I suppose I should say that in this day and age restaurants ought to do a better job catering to vegetarians and plant-based eaters, but in this case the shrimp burger was simply wonderful. I wouldn't describe it exactly as a burger, it was almost more like a crab cake concept except with chopped shrimp instead of pieces of crab and it came with a delicious remoulade sauce. It was of course served on a burger roll that was a nice rich brioche roll with the usual fixings of fresh lettuce tomato and red onion. It came with a hefty side salad too that was well-dressed. Dear National press club I do hope that the next time I visit there will be a decent vegetarian entree. I think the only thing I could have gotten there was the Caesar salad without a protein which would not have been very satisfying. Having said that I still give it a five star for The unique ambiance and the fact that the shrimp burger was extremely delicious. Price was also I thought very reasonable for the area.

Joshua Pritt: My company had a holiday party here and the venue was great. Beautiful details everywhere, very classic feel. It was wonderful to have several separate rooms so you could get away from the party and have a conversation if you wanted to

Malik Siraj Akbar: When I moved to Washington DC for the first time in 2012, I join the National Press Club where I met some of my first friends in DC. It’s a fantastic place at a central location that has almost everything to offer for journalists and communicators. The club offers free breakfast, gym, a great library, working space, discounts on events, and, above all, free tacos evert Friday night.

Caroline Wafula: Beautiful place. Happy to visit

Jim Swift: A great organization dedicated to a great cause. Excellent venue space, great organization for journalists and comms professionals to join, and fantastic food! The Fourth Estate restaurant, with its award winning chef, is open to the public and you should definitely try it if you're visiting.

Mahsa A: Nice event for the launch and talk of Jazan Rezaian’s book. The complimentary book cookies were a great touch.

Candid Camel: Lovely interior. Wonderful event. Cozy and intimate feeling. Would love to attend an event here again.

Mia Speight: Prestigious atmosphere, great catering and awesome production crew.

6. Trinity Washington University

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61 reviews
Trinity Washington University
Location
4
Prices
4.5
Classes
4.2
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.9

Address: 125 Michigan Ave NE, Washington, DC 20017

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 884-9000

Guy: University


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Ming Xia: Beautiful campus with magnificent buildings and statues. Of course you will see Nancy Pelosi's picture in the hallway of the main building!

Sharon Winget: The pool and gym are well equipped and clean. Locker room is spacious and clean. Friendly, welcoming place.

Betty Strickland: It was the best. My niece graduated in the top of here class. I'm so proud.

Chaturbhuj bhojwani: Excellent Education institute.

ANNA: I am a current student at Trinity Washington University and I definitely don’t feel the same way about this school, as i did a few months ago when I started. The school isn’t the worst but I would not say that you get the feeling of a good college experience. I am currently thinking about transferring to another school. So that I don’t create a long review for others to read I will give a bullet overview of what does on/why i want to leave: - The administration as a whole are not very cooperative, nor do they know how to really help you. Advisors just repeat the same information that you could have found in the Trinity website. - The food is NOT good. I have seen dining hall workers take food from the dining hall and take it over to the deli which is one building away and charge more for it. They give you a better sandwich if your using flex dollars, but they give a basic sandwich if your using your meal plan. - Security is not consistent, they pretty much let anyone on campus and don’t ask the necessary questions before having a car proceed to drop off/pick up or parking. - There are no water fountains in the freshman dorm, which i feel is a health hazard. I feel, if they can get a dollar out of me then they will. It’s either $1.25 - 1.75 for a bottle of water in the freshman building, and Laundry is $1.50 to dry and another $1.50 to dry. My first semester of freshman year it was clear that the dean didn’t like my professor so she would try and get us to say things negating about her, she would observe her teaching more than i’ve ever seen, and before the second semester was to start she quit. Trinity is nice in the brochures, and online, but if you come here you will soon realize unfortunately everything is not as it seems.

Malik Freeman: Beautiful campus just a few miles from DC. A great place to meet, eat and sleep.

Cristin Barnett: I've always struggled with academics, but my experience at Trinity was exceptional. The class sizes were much smaller than colleges I attended in the past. The environment was collaborative and engaging. I felt the teachers as well as the students wanted everyone to succeed. I am in the process of applying for my masters degree and didn't consider any other university. I'll continue my education at Trinity and would encourage my friends and colleagues to do the same.

Xavier Hodge: I have nothing nice at all to say about this awful school. Well, the professors are good and caring. The school administration is the worst! although I am only a few semesters away from graduating with a 3.8 GPA or better, I absolutely regret going here. I wish I could change my alma mater. I am ashamed of being a "soon to be" graduate from this school. I will NEVER recommend this place to a prospective student. I have NO desire to ever participate in any Trinity related alum activities... If they ever reach out to me, I will do all I can to NOT use profanity when saying "HELL NO!"

Hiwot Tadesse: the worst school i have ever been to. All they care about is the money they get from you. the staff are no help at all. community collage appears to be better. the professors are good but the people in the office are rude and mean and all they do is sit around while they drink coffee and talk about their personal life. for any question i asked the answer i got was "I dont know". i am glad i left when i had the chance.

n Jjo: I really thought coming to this school I was going to thrive and get my degree. However after coming here my experience is bad, the counselors here don't know how to help you. There are multiple things I could say about this school, however simply put this school is horrible. After barely finishing my first year here, I have fallen into a deep state of depression. Do not go here unless you live off campus, and even then make sure it is your last option .I have been going here and am finally about to transfer to Montgomery college just to get away from this school. Please listen and do not go here.

7. University of California Washington Center

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18 reviews
University of California Washington Center
Location
4.6
Prices
4
Classes
4.5
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.2

Address: 1608 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 974-6296

Guy: College


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Claudia Vita: To all parents: if you are shipping packages to the center please make sure you put 1608 Rhode Island ave NW ,DC 20036. I left the NW out. There is another same "adress but NE" a night mere trying to retrieve a package l sent my daughter to the wrong adress.Usps will deliver even if name ( uc Washington Center)or floor apartment doesn't match. It is actually a Chinese Restaurant.

Randolph Head: One of the best facilities for a Washington internship program of any university. Safe, clean rooms with their own kitchens for students; in-house academic and support staff; and the core of Washington DC outside your door. Ivy-Leaguers and Stanford may have spiffier digs, but UC is a public university that is looking for the best possible value for students and for taxpayers, and this Center gets the balance pretty close to perfect.

Mohammad Fauzan Pontjeng: I love this university , because who wants to aspire school after graduating from high school here . I was the Indonesia , please if I went to school here give scholarships .

Arman Jeffry: That's very ugly!!!

Alexis Limon: Cannot beat the location.

B R: Great location!

Thiago Roberto: Boring

Chris D: Boring

Ahmed Elwany: (Translated by Google) good(Original)جيدة

Mohammad: (Translated by Google) Tbaalq(Original)تبعلق

8. University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)

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59 reviews
University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)
Location
4
Prices
4.7
Classes
5
Facilities
4
Teachers
4.2

Address: 801 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 274-5000

Guy: Community college


Review: "It's so affordable and you can always learn something new."

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Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Danielle Carroll: I went to school here for my AA and it was a breeze. Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Edgar E: Worst administration I have ever had to deal with. Not only do they never respond to email or phone calls, they can't even keep track of ELECTRONIC applications, that required my daughter to submit 3 times and be forced enrolled late into classes due to their incompetence. But they also can't even have the literacy to read the applications correctly to charge the correct rate to students. They went ahead to charge not only my daughter but several other students out-of-state resident rates when all their applications illustrated DC residents. Like how can you not even read what's on the applications! How many other students were charged nearly 3 times when they should have been charged as a DC residents scares me on the level of corruption and neglect this body demonstrates to it's it's attendees.0 Then to not even have the decency and competence to even respond to emails and calls to try to correct this is just completely absurd, no wonder UDC is a laughing stock of a school to attend they can't even serve as a place to get extra credits for actual schools. How neglectful can you be to students and applicants, like seriously!

Lucien Graves: I was interested in nursing but the department leads never answer even with me contacting them daily for the last 3 months. Not to mention the admissions department takes 2 weeks to email back and never answers a single call. Just go in person, it's faster but still highly unprofessional since they eat and have conversations with others in front of you. You can see why they never answer.

Yesly Turcios: GLEN DOMINA rudest person ever if you are working under a facility and a Student is inquiring on information/assistance you should be able to provide that at your upmost ability but unfortunately that was not the case here..

Danny Hirschfield: I graduated UDC-CC with an AA degree in Liberal Studies Fall Class of 2015 Alumnus. This college really helped me develop my learning skills as I am an older non-traditional student that started as a freshman with very little prior knowledge and discipline in academia. I have transitioned to the UDC flagship campus pursuing my BA degree in Political Science as a pre-law student. This university is the most affordable place to get a good quality education being the only public higher learning institution in Washington, D.C.

Jamilya Allen: Okay So I applied about 3weeks to a month ago and I’ve yet to receive any papers informing me if I was missing any documents or etc. I’ve called at least 5 times a day for about two weeks straight leaving voicemail after voicemail and no one has yet to return my call not only did I call multiple times I have also emailed them multiple and no response. It’s ridiculous what’s the point of having an admissions office if they not even going to pick up the phone, guide you in the process of being admitted or anything else like you guys get paid to do nothing it’s sad.

h T: This University has only good professors! But getting a Bachelor from the UDC will not get you a job!! Their jobs faire is just to get a website from the companies and brochures lol!

Jordan Stewart: The financial aid lady with gray hair and dreads is disrespectful af. Most of the staff here are disorganized and rude. I disenrolled 2 months ago. When I went to disenroll the lady was eating crab legs in front of me. Come to find out she never really disenrolled me, and I had to go back up there today. Smh. I really wanted this to work bc I’m a Dc Resident but I’m enrolling at PGCC.

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9. University Student Center

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273 reviews
University Student Center
Location
4.8
Prices
4.1
Classes
4.9
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.1

Address: 800 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (202) 994-4398

Guy: Event venue


Review: "Good place to study and recharge."

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Kevin Spann: Very nice facility, Clean and welcoming. Air temp was controlled very well. Rest rooms also very clean... Good Place for a Job Fair

Marylou Rubin: It was a fun experience with good food and lots of interesting things to see.It was especially great visiting our 2 grandsons at the University

Angie Whitehurst: Great place to meet for heady meetings and organization workshop and seminars. Really nice performance auditorium. There is a spacious lobby area, handicap accessible and a cafeteria on the first floor. Elevator access and steps for those needing exercise. Two blocks from the foggy bottom metro.

Guy Caughron: Very nice place and a great reception for our group. Thank you!

Sonny Ng: Clean, spacious building with offices, restroom, auditorium and a decent cafeteria in the lobby with comfy seating arrangement and late hours operation perfect for social or studying. Since my last review, I am please to learn that there are now new additional outlets and charging stations installed on some of the tables in the back as well as underneath some lounge chairs. Other nice additions include filtered water stations perfect for rehydration. It goes without saying that parking here and downtown DC in general is a real pain, so use Metro Farragut West or Foggy-buttdom.

Haris Jaliawala: Great place to work and hangout. The lowest level has the health center with a few seatings and some offices like the registrar etc. The ground level has a Panera bread and a university store, along with lots of seating and a lot of power outlets. The upper level has student cluh offices and a ballroom etc.

أشرف الدوس: A lovely visit thank you and a wonderful place .. It offers a distinct service I visited there officially, the receptionist, everything was wonderful As I would recommend the place to visit it would be all ok, fabulous and well treated I also invite a group to visit the place .. It's a beautiful fit for everyone andit was a great trip in the United States to get to know each other better. The visits I made were very special and beautiful. I met people and places of great value. You are unique and will visit the place again because it is very amazing Happy Eid and every year you are fine and the place keeps ok My colleagues will work for me and my team of staff ... by referring them to a place To visit his relative to the place. Because it is worth It's also one of the best places I have visited during the United States We hope to run the place by establishing other branches in neighboring countries ... because they deserve the best As another Thank you so much Thank you so much You have done well and promised you more than recommended

Benjamin W.: 4 Stars in remembrance of when the Panera Bread was open. Currently closed for Covid. Students authorized for on campus access can badge into the building.

Brian Lee: Going through renovation now, but this has good student org offices on 4th floor. Good place to study during finals and mid term. some places don't pick up phone reception. Many student orgs to use places for meetings

Amanda Reiser: Great venue for different large events and trainings, plus a good place for students to study, or people to meet up. The lower level has the colonial health center, and the basement has the campus book store. There is also a PNC ATM and some different GW services located in the building.

10. Pulitzer Center

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3 reviews
Pulitzer Center
Location
4.1
Prices
4.5
Classes
4.7
Facilities
4
Teachers
4.6

Address: 1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM

Telephone: (202) 332-0982

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: "I've had so many journalists, have had students enter contests…"

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D.R. Thompson: Great organization.

Susan Ikenberry: They are so helpful! I’ve had so many journalists, have had students enter contests…I love what they do!!

11. Washington University of Virginia

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13 reviews
Washington University of Virginia
Location
4.3
Prices
5
Classes
4.9
Facilities
4.3
Teachers
4.8

Address: 4300 Evergreen Ln, Annandale, VA 22003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (703) 333-5904

Guy: University


Web page: http://wuv.edu/

Review: "Ah its been more than 1 month i have applied for the study in this ..."

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Jakub Knap: I have been attending this "University" over one year now. I have been treated awfully and felt discriminated from the very beggining. The office is very unorganized and never able or willing to help you with anything. Especially if you are international student such as myself. On multiple occations I asked the office to reprint documents such as (I-20) they asked me to pay a fee first (what is normal). After I payed the fee I got following email from them that they cannot give it to me becuase the full tuition had not been paid however, this was a month before the scheduled tuition payment. That situation happened three times! THREE! After that I respectfully emailed them that I dont approve the transaction and want a refund on my card if I am receiving nothing from the school obviously, and they ignored me and kept the money. When I tried to contact them or ask for anyone above them as manager or anyone who can help me, they emailed me that they will forward my emails to their manager. That never happend and nobody tried to reach out to me. The only time they will contact you is when is time to pay the tuition. This institution is only interested in money not in helping students and is so evident by thier consistant actions. So please guys be carefull. And good luck to y'all.

Rihon Shrestha: To, The management of university. Ah its been more than 1 month i have applied for the study in this university through the consultancy named called {Dikshya} but i haven't get any response till now.So i want to know what is happening and why.. i am looking foward for your response.please let me know.. thankyou....

Priscila Daguer: Love this university! very affortable and friendly for international students

Luiz Lopes Lemos Junior: Master of Divinity: Wonderful experience.

U G H: This school is good school .

12. The George Washington University

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628 reviews
The George Washington University
Location
4.9
Prices
5
Classes
4.4
Facilities
4
Teachers
4.4

Address: 2121 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-1000

Guy: University


Review: Their website mentions facilities

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Quinn Peters: This university is ruled out as a possible location for my children to attend. As long as that fraud of a justice Clarence Thomas has a professorship here, I’ll never give this place a red cent and I’ll pray every day for it’s ultimate failure.

Dominick Withanachchi: Love the way its situated. If you like a university in a big city, this is one of the best.

SusanTerry Beverly: A lovely city campus. However there are signs of vandalism showing. Let's be cognizant of our surroundings at all times and put an end to this type of behavior immediately.

Ittipat Prapaprasert: Known as 'G-dub' or 'GW', this university has been a bedrock of Washington identity since its founding in 1821. Besides shaping much of the American political landscape, GW has shaped the capital itself, buying up town houses on such a scale that it is now the city's second-biggest landowner after the federal government.

bayazid ahamed: George Washington, the first President of the United States, advocated for the establishment of a national university in the U.S. capital in his first State of the Union address in 1790 and continued to promote this idea throughout his career and until his death.[8][9] In his will, Washington left shares in the Potomac Company to endow the university. However, due to the company's financial difficulties, funds were raised independently.On February 9, 1821, the university was established by an Act of Congress first as Columbian College and then as Columbian University, making it one of only five universities in the United States with a Congressional charter. The university's undergraduate and graduate schools includes the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the Elliott School of International Affairs, the GWU School of Business, the School of Media and Public Affairs, the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, the GWU Law School and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. GWU's main Foggy Bottom campus is located in the heart of Washington, D.C., with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank located on campus and the White House and the U.S. Department of State within blocks of campus. GWU hosts numerous research centers and institutes, including the National Security Archive and the Institute for International Economic Policy. GWU also has two satellite campuses: the Mount Vernon campus, located in D.C.'s Foxhall neighborhood, and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Loudoun County, Virginia. GWU is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity".The university offers degree programs in seventy-one disciplines, enrolling around 11,000 undergraduate and 15,500 graduate students. GWU is home to extensive student life programs, a strong Greek culture, and over 450 other student organizations. The school's athletic teams, the George Washington Colonials, play in the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. GWU also annually hosts numerous political events, including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund's Annual Meetings.[14] The university's alumni, faculty, and affiliates include 16 foreign heads of state or government, 28 United States senators, 27 United States governors, 18 U.S. Cabinet members, five Nobel laureates, two Olympic medalists, two Academy Award winners, and a Golden Globe winner.GWU has over 1,100 active alumni in the U.S. Foreign Service and is one of the largest feeder schools for the diplomatic corps.

Garth Hedley: Amazing complex, beautiful buildings and friendly atmosphere.

Steven Zimmerman: an outstanding University for our son to obtain his Masters in Public Health

Anthony Scott: While the food was descent, the service was so so. Once the cashier finally paid attention to us and we were able to order, she was very friendly. But prior to taking our order, she continued to talk to another employee and chat about non work stuff and ignore customers. The sweet potato fries and grasshopper shake were very good.

frfrpr: Can't believe the University has not addressed the rat infestation problem. Scary

Taylor Fain: Very disappointed in their response to covid. Forcing students who have children to go back into classes of 150 people. Very irresponsible and not taking safety seriously.

13. Georgetown University

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Georgetown University
Location
4.4
Prices
5
Classes
4.9
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.7

Address: 3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057

Telephone: (202) 687-0100

Guy: University


Review: Their website mentions studies and journalism

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Alex Kolkena: For the record, I didn't go to school here, but I've only heard good things. From a tourist's perspective, there's plenty of neat architecture on campus. It's in one of the older sections of Washington DC, so definitely worth checking out.

Da-Wang Wu: I have several talented colleagues who graduated from Georgetown University, so I always want to visit this school. The campus is very beautiful, especially with the fall foliage. It’s a nice half-day trip to visit the university, the shopping area (mainly on M Street), the canal and the waterfront park.

Danny L: Must place to visit if you are visiting DC. Lots of things to do around the university. Great place for photography and sightseeing. Plenty of Restaurants around that area. You would love it.

David Gilbank: I fulfilled a lifelong ambition when I came to Georgetown to see where The Exorcist was filmed. I particularly wanted to throw my self down the stairs that featured in the finale. Obviously that could cause terrible damage, so I through a soft toy down instead. See photos. Its a brilliant beautiful neighbourhood. Well worth a visit.

Mj Dillenburg: Great graduation ceremonies! Except for the 95 degree heat and humidity....it was beautiful.

Adnana K: I've had my last two kids here. They met all my needs in that time. Both C-sections were done perfectly. Two and a half days hospital stay. Recovery was very successfull. Staff was very friendly and professional. I highly recommend this hospital.

Russ Watts: Excellent university, superb perspective on the political realm, mindful about the Jesuit values.

Enric Piferrer Torres: We stopped for a quick walk around the university buildings, and it was worth it! It reminded me of Harry Potter somehow. Beautiful main building. We parked outside for free in a 2 hour parking (no meter). The neighborhood is beautiful too

Justin Ahearn: So charming and beautiful. Feel like I’m going to get culture of Washington DC and the people that I meet are great

lilian gonzalez: I do not come to school here but it's a must place to visit and see in person!!! The buildings are so beautiful and massive. It's breathtaking. The surrending place to grab food is amazing and you can bring it back and either sit in the rocking chairs or picnic tables they have or bring a blanket and lay under a tree and relax!! It's so nice!!

14. The Washington Center

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90 reviews
The Washington Center
Location
4.5
Prices
4.6
Classes
4.1
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.6

Address: 1005 3rd St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 238-7900

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: "That offer a lot of programs in DC with government and private ..."

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Emma Snyder: I was hesitant to do this program due to the several sour reviews, but I'm here to set the record straight. I did this program in summer of 2019, The Washington Center was my favorite summer of my undergraduate career. I took every chance the program had to offer. I was able to bowl in the White House, attend meetings with Presidential cabinet members, be a part of numerous in-house events, socials and made tons of friends. I gained so much perspective working and living in the city, I gained professional practices and grew as an individual. This program changed how I viewed the world. It is so worth it! I would go back every summer if I could! - great living as well super secure and clean building.

Nia Roach: The staff was terrible! Almost refused to give me my money back when I had to go to a new apartment, because the shower in the one they put me in was not working. The staff is very unprofessional, rude, and act like they don't want to be there. One time, I asked a question regarding an event I had an issue with, and instead of answering my question respectfully. They called me in, and asked if I had a learning disability because, the instructions and description of the event were supposedly clear, so if I didn't understand something, it had to be because I had a learning disability. Don't go, this place is awful! Find an internship yourself!

Gerardo Figueroa: I'd love this place, also, I love my international internship program. Everyone has a great experience and cares for the people.

Susie Oh: I had a really weird experience for my internship here. I got selected as an intern for the FAA with NO interview! I never did an interview either in person or over Skype. They only look at your resume and hire based on that. It might seem like a good thing but on the other hand, you have never met the people who you will be working with. And, your coworkers haven't met you either. I think that is weird. To be selected for an internship and not have 1 meeting with your future coworkers. And, what legitimate internship would hire a person they have never met? Could this be a scam? Maybe. I declined the offer so I will never know. On the day I was offered the internship, my coordinator Lina, kept repeating on the phone and on email that she "has to move on to other candidates." I admit I was unsure if I wanted this internship. But, having your coordinator threaten to remove you from the internship from day 1 just left a bad impression. I assume that line was her way of making sales to candidates. Because, you actually have to pay program fees for most of their internships. Not for my internship though. You don't pay to do an FAA internship. The FAA pays you. Don't ever pay to do internships! Why would you pay a company to do work for them. And, most of the time, the experience won't meet your expectations. Most internships will be bad quality. That's the reality!!! And, you will feel used and taken advantage of. GET ANY JOB IN YOUR FIELD. And, build experience from there. That's what I did. I built experience from my jobs and I went back to school for a different career path and now I'm actually able to get paid internships.

Olivia Y.: I really loved the National Security Seminar I did here back in summer 2019, and I really hope to pursue an internship through them in the future. They have really friendly employees, people that are happy to help and see you grow, and they have beautiful residential facilities. It's a perfect location and a great way to get immersed into the D.C. experience.

Heather Baker: If I could give a worse review, I would. The Washington center is a scam for money. Anything they offer you could find on your own. I was fortune that I liked the internship they place me at but they forced me to take that internship. The workers gave the excuse that “it’s just such a good opportunity” instead of doing their jobs and looking into other internship sites. This program could be done by a middle schooler.

Joe Strbo: This place had horrific teachers and staff. They hype everything up. DON'T RECOMMEND. The DC experience itself it great and the people you meet from all over the world make the experience. Do not rely on the staff to make YOUR time there memorable.

Brandon Uhalik: I had an incredible internship experience, and I wish I could say the same about The Washington Center program. The only part I enjoyed was my night class because my professor was amazing. 1. The lead program was absolutely awful. One of the very first classes was a 3 hour class on our Clifton Strengths. I felt like I was back in middle school during the class. My lead instructor was a very nice guy and knew what he was talking about, but the class in itself was pointless. 2. The various “Career and Proffesional Growth” events that we had to attend were extremely unorganized, and the ones that dealt with anything with journalism or politics was very partisan and to the left. During an event titled “Career in Campaigns”, TWC’S OWN STAFF MEMBER ASKED “WHAT CAN DEMOCRATS DO BETTER LEADING INTO 2020”. For a non-partisan program, the staff members seemed to love squeezing out their own agenda. I was excited to learn about campaign work, but it turned into “What can democrats do”. 3. The speaker series that we were REQUIRED to go turned into a conservative bashing event. All 3 panelists were clearly partisan and pushed their own political agenda. As a non-partisan program, shouldn’t TWC give equal representation? I was promised equal representation for the campaign event, but the republican woman on the panel said word for word “Women who voted for Trump only did it because their boyfriends or husbands said so”. Can you explain to me how that type of attitude helps us become professionals? My internship experience was fantastic, but I wouldn’t recommend the TWC program.

Sean Doyle: Internships look to be easy, and maybe you can get one, but not the powerful internships and programs around those internships that TWC can offer. My interactions with TWC have been great. Very interesting academic thinking. Wonderful interpersonal skills. The insights and deep deep relationships to the DC community they offer are life changing. I am a supporter of what they do. No other way to go about this.

John VanDaele: Poor communication, my internship supervisor quit the week I moved in and there was some confusion to where I was living. The living center had a few broken outlets and maintenance was impossible to get a hold of also the first week there was no air conditioning so image DC in June with no Air conditioning. Umm let see, well the program was a waste of time considering we spent a lot of time on our "strengths" learn from others that went here you can get a way better DC experience going solo. Also this place claimed to be non partisan but advocated for a certain agenda by having MANDATORY events to go to that only showed one side of an opinion, when students signed a letter demanding some respect what is their response? Hold a town hall type meeting then have a "bi partisan" event with two sides of the same coin. Then the exit meeting when we left, the staffer was extremely rude, pretty much thought I was in a hidden camera show. So disrespectful!

15. Center for Strategic and International Studies

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27 reviews
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Location
4.3
Prices
4.9
Classes
4.8
Facilities
4.5
Teachers
4.7

Address: 1616 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Telephone: (202) 887-0200

Guy: Research institute


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Olivia Y.: I learned quite a bit when visiting here and they have an absolutely gorgeous new building. I never thought this would be a place where I'd be interesting in working at, but I was pleasantly surprised. seems like they do great work and have great opportunities here.

The Inquiry: Beautiful building with a coterie of professional specialists in their respective fields of study and employment responsibilities. CSIS has been one in a very limited selection of primary resources for valid, timely, & reliable information pertaining to a multiplicity of international programs, organizations, & conditions. For anyone serious about harvesting access to timely & accurate global information resource(s), I encourage you to participate & read the vital news from CSIS. In reference to the building: it is absolutely gorgeous with conference rooms & offices which are state of the art. The building is a physical manifestation of the class-distinction CSIS has earned. I can’t speak highly enough of their format, research, & function. Please vet your resources and when you find CSIS is at the pinnacle of excellence, continue to read their articles & bask in the glory of having an astute synopsis of current events. Thank you CSIS & your association, specialized programs for providing (me) the insight and wisdom I struggle to “decipher” elsewhere, & for the general knowledge pertaining to current events.

Sean Rho: This is the type of building I would love to come to work at every day. It's a gorgeous building, and there are so many sharp minds working here.

Developer: Very Unpleasant business with CSIS. Lack of IT professionalism. CSIS employees put frozen food bag(plastic) on other's equipment that will make water from moisture, eating, playing game during the event, stream not via Landline, not enough Audio lines based on RSVP numbers, Lack of professionalism. This is a Think tank I know! but you have enough funding for IT crews. STAY OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE!!!!WHERE IS YOUR FIRST DAY ATTITUDE?

AJ MG: The worse and most recast institution on the face of earth. I have 2 masters one from Europe and Another from US in Security and International Affairs and I worked for US and EU leading institutions for 15 years. I have more publications in the global and world leading media than the President of CSIS. They rejected my applications for more than 50 times for the last 5 years. I applied for all levels, including intern, but always rejected. It is only because I am a muslim.

Russ Watts: One of the best think tanks in DC.

Biruk Yibas Babeso: Incredible place 🙌 I wish there every weekend

John Kim: CSIS' Security agendas for the Rockefellers.

Mohamed Fuad: Good

Prince Waqar: Becasue I am student.

16. Communications Consortium Media Center

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Communications Consortium Media Center
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 1300 I St NW #400e, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 326-8700

Guy: Non-profit organization


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Amber Lopez Lasater: Fabulous Resource!