whuds said:May I remind you that I'm a student as well and I do not recruit for any school but have insight to St. Chris after 3 semesters there.
I think it is a choice If you can't get into other schools.
Also a lot of people do not want to go to what you call "Central Europe"
I think Hungry is in Eastern Europe but I may be wrong.
Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland are in Central Europe. How do I know besides politics, culture and history? All three set their watches according to Central European Time, not Eastern European Time (see also map).
whuds said:Many want an English program. They would also like to be in an English speaking Country.
No doubt. There are plenty of options outside of SC.
whuds said:Now I really didn't want to start anything but I'm tired of all this bickering over This school. Why does it bother you so much that so many are going to the school? More are going to the other schools as well. If you want to keep posting " The Truth" about St. Chris then Others should be allowed to post "The truth" about other schools or is there a double standard on SDN? or VMD?
Post after post here I have stated the draw backs about St. Chris. I have agreed with some posts here but to act like I have no right to post cause I'm positive, well is wrong ( also to post that I'm paid by the school or any nonsense like that is wrong too). You seem to be positive about your school and I would expect that.
Lets stop over stepping here and remember to keep it friendly and stop all this before it gets to be over stated.
The problem, as I see it with St. Christopher's is that boosters here and at ValueMD oversell the school. They do not address the fundamental problems caused by the charter issue, especially regarding licensure.
Regarding your posts on this thread, here are a number of things that are inaccurate or misleading:
- Misleading info regarding St. Christopher's location vs. charter
- Implying that SC grads do not need to meet PLAB requirements & limited licensure in the UK
- Implying that there will be no problems for SC grads getting licensed in the 'other' 45 states
- Implying that my school has the same problems as SC regarding licensure
- Spartan being 'disapproved' recently
- Implying that Hungarian English language programs were not approved in California
- Implying that US students attending Hungarian schools cannot get Stafford loans
- Confusing Eastern with Central Europe
PS Enjoy the Carib. Hopefully you won't have charter issues there. Good luck.