Puerto Rico school feedback? - page 131
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Anyone out there have info on the school in Arecibo, PR? It is a 24 month program that begins in August. I'd love to hear anything, thanks. zzzzzgirl... Read More
- 0Apr 24, '12 by Cahoon BSN RN@nursekeke The facebook page is in english and spanish. People just usually post in whichever is their first language. There is only one page for both the english and spanish program. The person advertizing for a roommate I mentioned earlier posted in both english and spanish in the same post. My apt is for rent also, but I am leaving totally, so not looking for a roommate. It's not really a super spot either. It's close to school, but not close enough to walk. It would be a good spot for someone coming with their family. It was good for me, but honestly I would have rather lived closer to the beach. PM me if you want more specifics.
- 0Quote from smswiftHi,Hello, I am trying to get more information from UMET, but am having trouble reaching anyone that can answer my questions. An email or phone number with a name would be great. Or maybe someone can answer some of these questions:
1.) Where is the application to UMET BSN program?
2.) What are the requirements/pre-requisites for someone with a college degree? Do ALL transcripts need to be mailed?
3.) Where would I mail them?
4.) I am visiting PR in May. Is it possible to get accepted and registered before them from Texas? Or is there a better chance in person?
If anyone knows the answers to any of these, please reply back!
What did you end up doing? hope all went well
- 0Quote from FutureNurseLizHey Liz! have you made a final decision? I'm finishing my first year @ UMET in Cupey .. but looking foward to start at UMET in Bayamon in Aug.My trip was great. I fell in love with the city! Both me and my friend ( moving with me as well) went to both campus. Unfortunately, we got more help at Umet and was able to sit down with the director, get our transcripts evaluated, admitted, signed up for classes, and get a tour of the facility. Umet nursing building and classes are well equipped with the necessary simulators and tools to succeed. Right now I am torn between the two, because both has its pros and cons. I will be heading back there the second or third week of May. This time geared towards La inter.