Positives: performance opportunities, networking opportunities, access to resources.
Negatives: lacking structure, flexibility and versatility.
My advice to future students - Make sure you fully research your course area and teaching staff before you commit
Teachers are great at Griffith Gold Coast, a downside is that that placement officers do not care if you have a licence or not and will place you wherever they want to put you without regard to how you will travel there every day.
The lab learning is great and the course facilities are awesome too.
My advice for future students would be to view textbooks online and do not purchase them as they are a waste of money.
I find the Uni provides support but it's average. Don't expect too much.
Positive aspects were the range of electives for me to choose. Especially across the arts school. I enjoyed the arts side of things.
The negative was the lack of electives in law. Also, studying arts and law meant having to travel between 3 campuses.
The course is ok. I'm neutral about whether I'd recommend it.
The positive aspects was the community feel of the law school.
Being on the Gold Coast campus, which was the smaller of the Griffith Law Schools meant everyone knew everyone and could be friends with one another. The negative aspects was in relation to electives. Some electives were only on one specific campus, meaning we'd have to commute to Brisbane.
I'd recommend this course to a friend.
Overall - I couldn't recommend this course enough!!
Negative: Lack of external funding for research and AUD/USD rate was not beneficial.
Pretty easy course, tutors very approachable.
Some skills taught, however not much to do with the programs is taught.
You learn much more outside of uni.
Some classes irrelevant and were a waste of time
I couldn't recommend this course enough!!
Definitely a very informative course but would recommend some background knowledge of the law before hand!
Practical and hands on.
Great tutors and lecturers.
Small cohort for a university, so faces are familiar and friendly.
Interesting content with helpful academic staff and tutors.
Plenty of support services on offer.
Attendance predicts success at university.
I would describe it as well supported and well structured, excellent practical skills acquired before placements, tough but fair grading.
I would advise people to be a self advocate, if you need help ask for it. If you put the effort into your study you get the results.
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