Positives: Passionate supportive teaching staff with real world experience in various areas of the industry
My advice to future students is: Look into what the subjects within your chosen course actually entail.
Positives: The lecturers are really good and the subjects are really interesting.
My advice to future students is: Make sure you understand what's required to be a psychologist (6 yrs of study) if that's what you're wanting to study.
Positives: I enjoy the classes and the lecturers are really good. The topics are also interesting and relevant to what I want to do after uni
Negatives: It can be hard to balance uni work with a job and social life. Also, if you wanted to try a larger range of units, there’s only two general electives in the course
My advice to future students is: Don’t leave assignments to the last minute and make sure you enjoy what you study because that’s the best motivation
Positives: Flexible hours, professional lecturers
Negatives: Large amount of content, exams
My advice to future students is: Work consistently, have a good work ethic
Positives: Students and some units are super interesting
Negatives: Some teachers can’t do communicate properly in English, assignments aren’t set out well and hardly give assignments back by the turn around date, some subjects could only be a couple of weeks through a more interesting unit?
My advice to future students is: That a psyc degree is 6 years not 3 and honours is competitive to get into
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|Edith Cowan University|