Reply by Universal Technical Institute Sep 12, 2016

Thank you for providing feedback regarding Universal Technical Institute (UTI). We are sorry your educational experience was not a positive one. While it is UTI’s sincere desire to understand your frustration, our customer service representative has not been able to reach out to you directly because your contact information was not provided. As a leading provider of training for students seeking careers as professional automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle and marine technicians, UTI has graduated more than 200,000 technicians during more than 50 years in business. Our reputation is built not only on the quality of our training and instructors but also the success that UTI graduates experience in their careers. Please reach out to us directly. We would like the opportunity to address your concerns.
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Brooklyn, New York
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Started going to uti back in oct 2010 graduated dec 2011 and i gotta say is was not worth it.Waste of 30 grand.

We barely had labtime my first 4 classes were all in class. How am i suppose to learn what the so called teacher is teaching if theres no hands on, on what you learning. You could fall asleep and still pass the class. I suggest a real school dont make the same mistake i did.

After wasting my time and putting my self in debt i became a union roofer starting 23.52 maxing out at 40 an hour instead of an auto tech who starts off 8-10 dollars an hour.UTI IS NOT WORTH 30K AND YOUR NOT GUARANTEED EMPLOYMENT

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Anonymous
#1024235

What school Gaurentees you employment?And what type of jobs were you looking for?

I did not go to UTI by I work in the automotive industry and there is not a dealer in my area that pays less than $16 per for entry level techs and there are guys in several of the dealerships that I visit that make well over $100,000 per year.

You are not given everything you want you have to earn it!Good luck with your roofing job, post a comment again in 10 years and let us know how you are doing!

Anonymous
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States #992512

Amen!!

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