Here at Johnson & Wales, you're learning stuff that you're actually going to be using in your industry. You get frist hand experience and the teaching staff is amazing. I've heard that some of the professors are a little difficult to work with, but I haven't had any bad experiences with any of mine so far. Either way, these professors know what they're doing, and no matter what the experience, you're going to come out knowing a lot more than what you came in with.
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I give Johnson & Wales University a C because the school has very good professors but, the school is dirty and in a poor-type of neighborhood. They advertise the school as being hands on but, from what I have experienced so far, it isn't. It is mostly lecture and barely any hands on type work.» Read More
Johnson and Wales is an amazing school for Culinary and Baking & Pastry arts. The chefs and professors that teach are amazing and raise the bar constantly for the students; producing top notch chefs and bakers. This is a prestigious school, only topped by the CIA.» Read More
From the first day of summer orientation I knew that JWU was the school for me. I loved the vibe it gave me, everyone seemed nice and I love the school. Its been three weeks since the beginning of school and I can say that I still love it, I'm glad that I decided to come here instead of going to another college and studying Business Management. I'm loving my major (Fashion Merchandising) and my teachers all very nice, the classes are small so its more one on one time with the teacher. I made the right choice coming here and if anyone is thinking of coming to JWU. you should go you'll love it.» Read More