I am currently erolled in BIT program at AIU and just finished 6th class. 4 more classes to go. My current GPA is 4.0. The last class I took was Visual Basic .Net. Although it helped me a lot, studying it in 5 weeks is too short to absorb everything I am supposed to know. A group project was in chaos and had to stay up one night to do everything by myself from scratch. People post their code even though it didn't work at all and generated errors.... I really hope if they were all individual projects instead of a few group projects.. Being an international student at AIU and living in Tokyo makes group projects frustrating sometimes... Anyway, it's going to be 7th class in the end of this month and I am starting to think about applying to traditional graduate schools in Europe. I had to start wonder if I made the right choice for this online bachelor program. There are only 10 classes to complete to get a degree which is very unusual compared with other traditional colleges. I wonder if admission people at grad schools will evaluate my school work less than I expect it to. I applied one premininaly application for this graduate school in Belgium and because my school is far "irregular", they came to the conclusion they couldn't accept my application even though the major is relevant to a graduate study program I am applying to. I am applying to 4 more graduate schools but cannot apply until I graduate. Then, it hit me if my bachelor degree will less valued than other traditional bachelor degrees. My question is rather irrelevant here as I will be applying to traditional graduate schools in Europe but I guess what I want to ask is are there any [email protected] AIU graduates who applied to non-online graduate schools? I would like to know how application process went. If you could share it with me, that would be very much appreciated. Thank you. Sorry for my English but I happen to be Japanese so please allow me for that. Thanks.