编辑：乐闻携尔 来源： 乐闻携尔 发布时间：2016-07-21
去美国留学在Brigham Young University杨百翰大学就读是怎样一番体验，【携尔留学】给准备申请杨百翰大学的同学们翻译整理了杨百翰大学的学生评价，看看学长学姐们是怎样一番体验。
1.Academics: BYU has some of the best professors and classes. The classes where I have to read to learn everything are occasional, but most classes are not like that. You have to do some reading. The professors make sure there are lots of examples and hands-on things to help the students learn.
2.Academics: It's awesome! There are so many options for classes and electives, and the professors I've had have all been incredibly loving and cooperative. They always want us to succeed and will help us to do so.
3.Academics: BYU is great. It is full of opportunities for students of many majors and backgrounds. The academic advising office is a great help to students, in making sure that they are meeting needed requirements for their majors and degrees. My major is Finance. I have not gotten into the major yet, but will in the coming semesters. I have had a lot of help from various parts of the university in being able to prepare myself for entering into the program for my major.
4.Academics: The academics at BYU are amazing, especially for their price. Professors are all well trained and skilled in their teaching areas. Classes are challenging no doubt, but that is why the school is considered so prestigious. The social scene may not be for you, but the academics make up for it.
5.Majors: I really enjoy my program. I really feel like the teachers care about the students. I feel like they are very educated about what they are teaching and are willing to learn new things about the topics they are teaching. I feel like the homework that is assigned is very worth while and even though it may be a big project, it is worthwhile because it is adding to my knowledge and experience of my major. I also feel like there are ample opportunities for internships.
6.Majors: BYU programs are highly recognized throughout the United States and the world. The international relations program is one of the top in the country. The professors are really nice people, but they make sure that students learn the material well. There are graduate programs at BYU for international relations, and so the undergraduate program encourages a more well-rounded education rather than single-area specialization. This prepares students to be flexible in internships, thereby increasing opportunities, as well as making graduates more competitive in an ever-shifting global market.
7.Majors: My major is great, however I feel like there are so many requirements from teachers if you want to succeed in it. You have to have 200 hours of internship (most times unpaid), get volunteer hours, help in researches (best more than 1) and if you struggle financially like I do, you still have to work. It's not easy to do all of these and still get good grades, so I am trying to focus on my grades at least for now.
8.Diversity: You wouldn't be surprised to hear 5 different languages spoken on your way to class. BYU has a great program for international students. Most of the students are LDS, but many aren't. BYU is also a more liberal school (for conservative Mormons, that is) so you get many different types of political affiliations, although most are republican.
9.Diversity: Okay, so it doesn't have the largest variety, but I've always felt it is a very accepting school . Despite being a religious university, I've met several students who are not of the same religious beliefs who enjoy being here and felt included at the school
10.Athletics: We are a D1 school, so there are always fun athletic events happening! More than half of the people you see during the day will be wearing BYU shirts. There is a lot of school spirit! I love it!
11.Athletics: We love our sports. The sports buildings always have a ton of activity. Intramural sports are going on all the time. And, there are always a great turnout for the varsity sports. We have really great student sections. There are lots of activities during timeouts and other such breaks. It's so great, I cannot find words to describe it. You just have to be there. I highly recommend it.