Hello everyone! Sooo...I'm just curious which medical school campuses are the nicest and which ones are the "ugliest."
Well the undergrad campus is so pretty, and it's really just right there, so I pretty much clumped them together. I also got totally lost in the Duke gardens and by the third Koi pond I was just like "wtf?!"Did you find Duke that pretty? Honestly, I don't remember how it looked almost at all. Vandy, I remember loving. Wasn't a fan of Feinberg. Georgetown's area was beautiful, but the med school facilities were not that great.
Did you find Duke that pretty? Honestly, I don't remember how it looked almost at all. Vandy, I remember loving. Wasn't a fan of Feinberg. Georgetown's area was beautiful, but the med school facilities were not that great.
Well the undergrad campus is so pretty, and it's really just right there, so I pretty much clumped them together. I also got totally lost in the Duke gardens and by the third Koi pond I was just like "wtf?!"
yale medical campus is unprotected from the undergrad area... nothing pretty about new havenCity Campuses:
Cornell = beautiful buildings in the swank upper east side of NYC!
Yale = nice looking georgian and neoclassical (Sterling Hall) buildings interspersed with huge modern buildings. I liked it.
But it is true. Outside vs inside can be completely different! Plus the classroom facilities vs clinical facilities are different.Man you're picky. Ok, which schools are the nicest on the outside?
Aww, are you serious? I really liked the UCSF campus. I think the buildings look really nice nestled against the hills (being high up also gives the great perk of amazing views of the city--including the anatomy lab ). I also thought that the Kalmanovitz library where they have you go in the morning is really pretty.UCSF (I have not interviewed here, but I visited it over the summer) was UGLY with a capital U... I hated the campus...
Really? I think Sinai (Annenberg) is one of the ugliest buildings in the city (and is often voted as one of the buildings in NY that should be torn down). Fortunately, students spend most of their first 2 years looking out, and no doubt it has some of the best views of any med school hands down. The actual inside of the building is very nice. As far as the city, I think Cornell has the consensus (but Sinai wins the housing war).Sinai is a beautiful building (but it IS one building, it's also in NYC though)
The hospital tour is around lunchtime...I think you'll be missing the tour of the Hanover campus. Trust me there's no way they'd let interviewees miss seeing that gorgeous hospital!Augh... that sucks, cuz I wont get to tour the hospital cuz I have to get back to Manchester for my flight at 5...
How was Hopkins?WashU felt like my grandma's house. Which was kinda cool. Oak walls, yellow linoleum floors, scent of old lady perfume permeating the air. I honestly expected to see a large elderly woman in a moo moo come out from around the corner at any minute with some home cooked cous-cous it was that old school. Cozy place.
There are those Koi ponds I know and love!Retsage, come on man!
And, of course, Duke Hospital