Saturday, 25 August 2012

Preston University a degree mill

            I am a realist. I really weigh the pros and cons before buying any idea, you can say that I get really choosy, ad especially when it comes to me. Education was one of those things and I am really glad that I made the right choice at the right time. Of course, nothing is perfect and no one should really aim for it, and so we choose things which have more bright areas then grey areas, and Preston is one of those choices. Campus life is great, light ambience, nice classrooms, joyful after classes life, supportive faculty and a marvelous sport supporter university. I gained so many great things from this place; words won’t fit in all those things. What does a person really want if a university is offering you education of a high cadre, an enthusiastic college life and a promising future? I did my in applied psychology from there, and that degree is really worth it when I stepped in my practical life, now employers don’t choose me from many other candidates, I have the power to choose which company I want to! Thanks Preston!!