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Rosalind Franklin University ‐ Programs, Tuition, and Reviews

Rosalind Franklin University is located in North Chicago, IL. This school offers training in 2 qualifications, with the most reviewed qualifications being Certified Foodservice Manager and Illinois Pharmacy Technician Student License (Student Pharmacist). Time to complete this education training ranges from 6 months to 4+ years depending on the qualification, with a median time to complete of 4+ years. The cost to attend Rosalind Franklin University is $700. When asked how they paid for their training, most reviewers responded, "I paid for it myself".

The most commonly reported benefits of attending Rosalind Franklin University are "Affordable" and "Good teachers", but respondents also mentioned "Helpful career services" and "Positive environment" as notable benefits. Rosalind Franklin University has been reviewed 2 times, with an average rating of 4 out of 5. 100% of reviewers would recommend Rosalind Franklin University to a friend.

School Information

3333 Green Bay Road North Chicago, IL 60064
6 months - 4+ years

Cost:

  • Certified Foodservice Manager: $700

What do students think about this program?

Top pros

Affordable Mentioned in 1 reviews
Good teachers Mentioned in 1 reviews
Helpful career services Mentioned in 1 reviews

Recent reviews

5.0

Pros

Good teachers, Helpful career services, Positive environment, Good career preparation, Hands-on training

Other comments

Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine of Science is a wonderful university to attend. The College of Pharmacy program was efficient and helpful throughout the entire four years.

3.0

Pros

Affordable, helpful career services, positive environment, good career preparation

Cons

lack of career service

Other comments

- 4 hours a day at 3 days a week - measurements, medical calculations, medical abbreviations, derivative's of medicine, latin medical terms - reading and learning from medical book - the most difficult of training was clinical pharmacy - the enjoyable part was hands-on and volunteering
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