I'd recommend this course to a friend.
Affordable courses for a good uni and material offered.
Could have helped a little more with getting a job. I'm still looking for jobs while other uni students already got one.
The course is ok. I'm neutral about whether I'd recommend it.
The course is amazing but the employability is low
Course is good in general with good chances of learning new things but could be better.
For ex: better infrastructure.
positive- really good teachers and things taught to us are really high level negative is that it does not allow us a lot of choice in the subjects
Positive- good work opportunities. Bad- too little flexibility
I found this course really helpful and interesting.
The coursework was really relevant, a good range of options and spot on. eg, Relating a lot of it to business process and analytics.
The teaching staff were knowledgable and helpful. It's a great course offered by RMIT if this area interests you.
The subjects are really interesting but it's so broad that it might be hard to get a job afterwards
I studied the Electrical major course at RMIT as there was a strong focus on power electronics with the academic staff. I enjoyed the control subjects, programming subjects and final year project as well. Only one or two subjects (compulsory) that I thought were lacking content/delivery out of 32.
Good opportunities to attend industry evenings and insight from academics with ties to engineering businesses. Make sure you go to these and try to network.
Job prospects are really good out of the degree.
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