By far the biggest draw for students seems to be Drexel University’s cooperative education program that “gives students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and develop professionally in their field of study.” The co-op program is “an amazing experience” and “really sets [Drexel] apart.” The program “offers real-world work experience and contacts at up to three local and/or national companies before graduation—and in this economy, it’s all in who you know!” The co-op really helps students get “an excellent job after graduation.”
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