Positives: I get to do more creatives and my lecturers and usually really flexible and allow me to go freeflow
Negatives: I guess it is a 100% coursework course and no exam at all, makes me feel like lectures means ntg to me hahaha
My advice to future students is: Study hard!
There is a one year working experience in that course
My advice to future students is: Get course that offer working experience
Positives: - balance between theory & practical
- assignment based (no exams = good)
- only three years, not too many contact hours per week
Negatives: None come to mind
My advice to future students is: Choose specifically not generally if you can, I feel more set for life this way
Positives: 1. Meeting new people
2. Learn a lot about design
3. Learn how to use adobe
Negatives: Sometimes the brief are not clear enough
My advice to future students is: time management☺️
Positives: more practical rather than theoretical, fun, good
Negatives: some of the teachers are not good enough (hv problem in speaking english i guess)
My advice to future students is: practice makes perfect, make sure to practice everything weekly, so you can catch up with the weekly topics
Positives: Lecturers are fully engaged, passionate about what they teach us and provide a lot of interesting reflective materials. Subjects are very diversified, we learn to see economical issues from different perspectives.
Negatives: It involves a lot of maths, so that could be an obstacle to someone who doesn't really like it.
My advice to future students is: To choose the same course if only they are interested in economics in general.
Positives: We do a lot of practical stuff, the assignments are based on very close to real-life cases. The teachers are willing to help us with anything. There are many both group projects and individual assignments. Lectures are usually recorded, the Uni uses Canvas to provide us with all of the materials - which are extremely useful.
Negatives: Almost all classes start from very low level even though there are some prerequisites. Sometimes assignments aren't very difficult but time-consuming and they must be done in a way teacher wants us to do them (meaning there's little room for our own thinking)
My advice to future students is: Even though there are some negative aspects, I recommend this course. It is easy to work part time during studies and as I've said - studies are actually practical and I think it may be very useful in the future.
Positives: Teachers and content
My advice to future students is: Give more time to the language
Positives: The first year is 8 common core business subjects so it gives students who may be unsure of what aspect of business they want to major in a sample of each discipline
Negatives: It’s quite intensive and involves a lot of self directed work
My advice to future students is: Make sure that you are familiar with course guidelines before you take up that course
Positives: That I met New people and had a feeling of how University was.
Negatives: There was little help from the teacher to the students also that it was nothing like school or TAFE. I didn’t enjoy studying there.
My advice to future students is: To do research about the subject and get reviews on it before starting it.
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