RMIT University reviews

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I find Uni.. RMIT, fine if you are in city campus, not many care about the students studying in the campus out of Melbourne CBD.

Positives: Students can get a Dr. title after graduate from this course. Chiropractic is one of the primary medical professional divisions and the top 8 AUS uni do not offer this course. RMIT has been ranked as one of the well-known uni to provide this course. The course connects with the alumni and the industry very close, there is guest speaker night nearly every month.

Negatives: Certain proportions of tutors are working part-time. Not easy to contact them. Some of the courses are not well-organized with misunderstanding in the teaching/assignments/assessments, making it's like not professional to teach professional knowledge. Only encourage students to use one of the a lot techniques, not encourage/guide students or provide in-class resources to learn some more techniques.

My advice to future students is: Don't think this is a program that a student with ATAR below 70.00 can handle it well.

Completing in 2021

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Positives: More in job training

Negatives: Was only able to interact with teachers every 3 months

My advice to future students is: Dental Assistant is a good course to get in to. There are a lot or good opportunities and benefits.

Completed in 2011

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Positives: 1. Great knowledgeable lecturers with extensive experience in the field. They reply quickly and are really supportive and understanding of student needs and challenges
2. The assignment marking is consistent with good feedback provided
3. This degree can be completed online which is great for individuals who are working or have other commitments
4. There are online discussion groups and forums which the lecturers reply on frequently if you ever need help or need to discuss something with other students

Negatives: I am yet to find any negative aspects to this course which is great!

My advice to future students is: This degree is great for individuals who want to specialise in mental health and need a course that will give them the knowledge but also one that they can balance with the rest of their busy lives!

Completing in 2019

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Positives: It was an extremely challenging degree, in both the classroom and placement. It's very hands on (as you would expect) with real life examples being heavily incorporated into the curriculum. It's not an easy degree by any stretch of the imagination and you need to give it your all, otherwise the course content will quickly leave you behind.

Negatives: Not so much a negative, but it is very time consuming. There might not be 3000 word papers to write, but the amount of hours in this course far outweighs that of a business based course.

My advice to future students is: Be committed to the cause 100% of the time. You can't really afford to slack off at any time during this degree.

Completed in 2016

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I thought the course all up was excellent. The teacher support in particular was amazing.

My advice to future students is: Make study friends and always be active in discussion

Completing in 2019

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Positive: teachers are easy going and sweet
Negative: nothing

My advice to future students is: Go every single day! It's worth while

Completing in 2019

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Teachers are experienced in the industry and have real life experience, and actually know what they are talking about due to their experience.

My advice to future students is: Start doing all assignments in advance so you have better quality work and more time to do it so you are not extremely stressed.

Completed in 2018

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Negative- the school is a bit unorganised
Positive- great subjects throughout the course. Teachers are great.

My advice to future students is: Stay focused and committed to the course. Use your peers for help

Completing in 2019

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Needed to mesh more with other uni courses - chiro tends to be a bit separate and would be good to spend more time on the sciences. More qualified teachers would be better too.

My advice to future students is: Study ahead in the notes as much as possible

Completed in 2015

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Nursing is a great career and a great way to make new friends . The school maybe unorganised sometimes but the course has great subjects that help and prepare you for a career in nursing. It’s not as easy as it may sound because nursing is very broad. So the course prepares you by starting in the beginning and showing you pathways of what you can become in the coming future. The only negative aspects would probably be that when your career starts it’s very hard to keep in touch with old uni friends.

My advice to future students is: Before you apply in any particular course just be mindful that your it’s what you really want to do . Read up on the school , what they offer and how it will benefit you in the long run. Be prepared to do all that is expected from the University but never doubt yourself if you fail a subject because you can always try again. There is no perfect person just your determination and willingness to learn and take on challenges. Good luck

Completed in 2018

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