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I have been working at Tulane University full-time (More than 3 years)
Great City! Great Food! Great Music!! good culture mixed between partying and school. Great if you like warm weather and either like or dont mind the rain. Good career advice and help if you are in the business school. Lots of free stuff. There are two bars extremely close to campus that are easy to get into.
Not a huge school. You will see people the next day that saw you drunk at the boot. If you are not in the business school there is much less help getting a job post-grad. Cockroaches fly down here! No beach. Its not impossible to get into a class if you REALLY want to, but it can be challenging. Also, there is a decent sized greek culture.
Advice to Management
Have a gpa forgiveness Program. Add more post-grad career services for non-business majors. Keep building up the football team.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Tulane University (New Orleans, LA).
Standard seminar on work followed by meeting with department members to discuss your and their work. Met with department chair to discuss the department and what was planned for the future.
- Mainly bout the work you are doing. Asked about the courses that I would be interested and how many grants I could get. Answer Question
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Tulane University is a private, research-based institution with more than 10 schools and colleges granting graduate and undergraduate degrees in areas such as law, medicine, architecture, engineering, and liberal arts and sciences. Tulane's New Orleans campus houses most of its facilities, but the school also has satellite campuses in two other Louisiana towns, as well as single locations in Mississippi and Texas. Founded in 1834, the school's original name was the Medical College of Louisiana. It took on the Tulane moniker in 1884. After Hurricane Katrina hit ...