Colorado School of Mines

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Colorado School of Mines Reviews

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    Research Student

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at Colorado School of Mines

    Pros

    Given the chance to work on my research without constant over-site from my adviser, which allows me to really make it my own work.

    Cons

    Long days in the lab

Colorado School of Mines Interviews

Updated Sep 10, 2014
Updated Sep 10, 2014

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    Graduate Student Interview

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    Application Details

    I applied in-person. The process took a day - interviewed at Colorado School of Mines.

    Interview Details

    I sat down with the professor and discussed my research interests. We matched a current project to what I enjoy and went in detail to what would be my deliverables for the research and how long it should take. I thought the process was very easy.

    Negotiation Details
    no negotiation
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

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Website www.mines.edu
Headquarters Golden, CO
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1873
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Colorado School of Mines (CSM) is the oldest public institution of higher education in Colorado. The school offers about 20 undergraduate and 20 graduate academic programs in such fields as applied science and mathematics, engineering, and geoscience and resource engineering; students can minor in areas related to humanities and social sciences. In addition, graduate students can pursue higher degrees in social and management science. The school claims that its "M" symbol on a nearby mountainside is the nation's largest single-letter, electronically lighted school emblem... More

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