Graduate Students give their job an average rating of 4.3 out of 5.0. The Graduate Students happiest with their jobs are employed by University of Southern California with an average rating of 5.0 while the Graduate Students least happy with their jobs work for Northwestern University with an average rating of 2.0.Submit a Review
"I am engaged at UNH as Big Data Team In charge for the research on Big Encryption since January 2013, I have in-depth knowledge as a software developer and I have been trained rigorously across different platforms. Also, I have enjoyed practical learning sessions."
"Lots to learn and play with. Unlimited future."
"No, it's a low-paid job. I need to get a high-paid job to support my family."
"Quality research work done. Over worked."
"The group is highly welcoming to every individual with wide range of expertise and opportunities. There exists a healthy work culture and the freedom to innovate, and apply any idea with a pool of experience people to guide and mentor."
"It isn't for everyone. It can be tedious and draining."
"Would love to learn from the knowledge and the experience of engineering as a student and as an intern during this phase. What I hate is I had to remember a lot of concepts during my undergrad program."
"I love to do projects with my classmates, but I hate sometime the lab is closed."
"The whole experience is exciting but there is too much class work to cover within a short period of time."
"I loved learning new software and concepts, working on academic projects and doing research."
"You learn a lot as a graduate student.You also work really hard."
"Awesome experience , Assignments and projects drives to learn many smaller technical nuances and in the process becomes an expert in technical stuff."
"It is a great way to further your skills and knowledge."
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"Super expert in bioinformatics"
What do you like about working at Boston University?
"Yes, Boston University is a good place to study and work."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"1) show your best side. 2) work hard, 3) team work"
What don't you like about working at Boston University?
"I don't have any thing that I don't like in Boston University"
What suggestions do you have for management?
"More practical training for industry may be better for us."
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