Positive is that some lecturers and tutors were engaging and the content was structure very well, easy to put things together
Whereas some negative were the resources provided, Swinburne had the lecture slides on one side and teachers scribbles on the next, and you can see the teacher so you know where to follow
Whereas Monash didn't have it, it only had voice recordings or PowerPoint only, you can see if the lecturer are doing workings out
I'm doing a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Banking and Finance (double degree).
Positive: I am quite interested in the course so far. The tutors and lecturers seem to be great at what they do. The workload isn't too bad at the moment.
Negative: The communication between tutors and students is limited and there is little direction regarding homework and out of uni study. Also, I don't really like the workshop set up.
My advice to future students is: The advice I would offer is to do a course that you're are interested in, regardless of the atar. Also to go to all course information days and enrolment days.
Positives: Good environment
Negatives: Not really engaging
My advice to future students is: Job prospect after finish the study
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