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Rick Morgan, San Francisco
Learning is a process which is only possible through encouragement and motivation. Combined with the right guidance, there is no end to the number of possibilities that a student can take advantage of. I was one such student that was fortunate enough to benefit from the teachings and advice of excellent teachers. I had enrolled for a Doctorate Degree in Computer Science at MUST University to build my academic profile and ultimately increase my value as a prospective employee. Read the rest of this entry »
It was the year 2008. I was on the road towards my best friend’s house who lived in Houston, Texas. He had agreed to take me in after my foster parents kicked me out in the middle of the night. Fresh out of high school, I had no job and no place to call my own. I figured I had to find out a way to stand up on my own two feet. Working part-time at local fast food joints could get me only so far; I had to find a job that provided a steady source of income. Yet, every small-scale company, every bank I applied to rejected me on the basis of my academic credentials. Hit with another brick wall, I was on the verge of giving up when my best friend showed me MUST University’s website. Read the rest of this entry »
I am deeply thankful to MUST University’s School of Performing Arts as it transformed my life and career in a way that I had never imagined. When I enrolled at the University, I wasn’t sure what I was going to do after graduation. I was a piano player and have been playing since the age of 8. I always wanted to make a career in music, hence, I decided to nurture my skills with a proper education. Read the rest of this entry »
If you ask me to define MUST in few words that would be: affordable, self-paced, and effective. I can’t think of a better way to learn. I came across MUST University when I was looking for an online university to pursue my bachelor’s in nursing. Enrolling at this University is the best thing I have ever done. The online capability that MUST University offer is simply superb. It offered me the flexibility that I needed as a full-time worker. Read the rest of this entry »
I am teaching English at a college. To stay abreast of the new teaching methods, I enrolled in a diploma course in English at MUST University. The reason why I chose MUST University was simple: it offered a flexible and convenient study program at an affordable tuition fee. Plus, the course content covered contemporary topics and develops skills that present day teachers must possess. Read the rest of this entry »
Life has been good to me. After my father died, he left his garage to me when I had just graduated from high school. Young and devout, I made it my passion, and my mother resumed her job as a school teacher, so the two of us helped each other make ends meet, until recession hit America and the garage went out of business. I got a job at a more established car repair shop as I struggled to prove myself to my boss - something I found really difficult because I was not used to working for anyone else. My boss mentioned opening another garage as his operations increased and how he wanted someone with formal education to help him run his business. I believed I had the aptitude for the job but lacked ‘formal education’. Depressed at my fate, I went home and searched online for a university I could attend while I continued to work. I found MUST and enrolled myself in the B.E. program for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. During this time my boss hired someone to help him run the second garage but he was all talk and no action. In the end, my boss had to let him go despite his credentials.
One evening, I was sitting with my boss when he was exhausted from working double jobs and I mentioned how I was about to complete my degree, he stared at me in disbelief. I shared some details of the courses I was being taught and the things I was learning – many of which didn’t even apply at work – but it was enough for him to assign me the role of an acting manager. Now I was exhausted, as I was trying to prove myself at work and complete my degree at the same time, but I managed to pass the tests, and my role was made permanent. Now I am chasing the American dream and planning to reopen the garage my father had left me with the same name, only bigger and better. What’s more, I even encouraged my mother to go for a masters degree in Education so that she can improve her job quality, and earn some much-needed computer/Internet skills.
Being a part-time working adult and single mom, looking to pursue my Masters in Business Management, with the intention of landing myself a lucrative job in the flourishing field of real estate, I have done enough homework on umpteenth number of online universities, both well-known and up-starts. To the extent that I can easily qualify for being a sought-after educational counselor by now and no kidding at that! Read the rest of this entry »
Being an educationist for the last two decades now in various capacities and simultaneously having reviewed a number of academic institutions over the years for a various publications and at numerous conferences, one institution at present that draws my attention and interest each time is MUST University. I would like to take the opportunity to share with you my findings about MUST University today. Read the rest of this entry »
As an online education reviewer the one online/distance learning institution that always gages my interest is MUST University. The institution is an international online accredited university that offers self-paced and self-study distance learning programs. I find their program structure to be distinctly better in comparison to both the traditional programs of world-class schools across the globe and the online program offerings by other online institutions when it comes to the ease & flexibility, affordability, faster completion of studies and quality of education on the whole. Read the rest of this entry »