I'd say that the visual arts aspect was tough.
Tough as in you work hundreds of studio hours, with only very few able to receive high marks for their folios.
I completed the Bachelor of Communication Design
There was no industry focus - no work experience. Whereas other uni's providing the same course had a work experience program that you had to do in order to finish the course.
My advice to future students is: Go to somewhere that is very industry focused.
Bachelor course had some bad coordinators who did not seem to care very much about the students, cared more about their own careers and reputation.
My advice to future students is: I cant answer that question as my response would depend on what the student was looking to get out of their degree.
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