Seminaries vary in quality…
What a horror it would be to have a vocation and be sent to a problematic seminary and be mistaught! Battling bad professors is bad enough in a regular school.
I have always thought that -if- a person were called he would want to go a place where he would have a great deal of assurance in the quality of the teaching rather than worrying about battling it out, and that even if there possibly were (which I do not say that there are any) too conservative perspectives taught – being too reserved is often only an imperfection, one can adjust for that — going too far however, which is the more normal error of these times is more often heresy and sin.
If you like the sermons in the links below (FSSP) and want to be educated -well- in seminary, rather than being concerned about the quality and knowledge of tradition you will obtain depending on your diocese…
If you love the traditional mass… .
You might well want to go FSSP.
I hear there’s a waiting list. . .
Alternatives? Perhaps the Institute of Christ the King, though I do not know much about it.