UFL is using tricky words to confusingly cheat you - we anticipate that many of our students will find part-time positions inside or outside the University while taking a load of 9 credits per Fall/Spring semesters.|
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- First of all, "UFL anticipate" sounds like you will have very good chance to find a job, but does not mean that at all.
- Second, "many" means nothing provided that UFL cannot deliver an effective statistic data for their students with part-time employment during their study.
- Third, their "our students will find part-time positions inside or outside the University" does not work for an international student (students who are not holding green card or US citizenship), as international students in the US are not legally allowed to work off campus. If UFL really has many promising job positions on campus, then why UFL is not offering you with a TA/RA position right now?
- Moreover, the term "9 credits" used a mathmatical number, which makes it look to be scientifically precise. However, all graduate students in the US mostly take courses of 9 credits in total every semester. Therefore, such information - “9 credits” is essentially useless.
Basically, the most critical difficulty for a student with such a poor admission from UFL wish to resolve the financial problem for graduate study. In this shitty letter, UFL trickily utilized students' thoughts and delivered some information to make the letter look like to be super promising for the students. (If you read the letter and think if you do not go to UFL, you will be giving up a lot of highly valued job opportunities and regreting it in your entire life...) Be truly careful of such bastard schools like UFL. What they are calculating at this time is just to let you believe them, come to UFL, and collect your money!...