University of Adelaide reviews

(4.19) 53 reviews

University of Adelaide ratings

Average ratings based on 53 reviews
Overall Rating
4.19
Job Prospects
3.74
Teachers
4.03
Course Work
4.11
Time Worthy
3.76
Money Worthy
3.67
Friend Test
4.06
Support
3.73
Facilities
3.77
Industry Contacts
3.83

More about the University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide (aka Adelaide University) has one main campus in North Terrace, inner Adelaide.

We have a range of University of Adelaide reviews with Bachelor and Masters courses, across a range of topics including Arts, Law, Commerce, Science, Nursing, Engineering, Health and Education.

Based on the student reviews, some of the advice that we get about Adelaide Uni includes:
For some topics, make sure you apply for graduate jobs in or before your final year. It makes you prepare for the process in the real world;
Be organised and stay on top of your workload;
Try to get practical experience, like volunteering - it's good to draw on in interviews;
Make use of the library and don't skip lectures;
Get involved in Uni activities, utilise services, make friends and network.

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Quite a broad course and jobs can be hard to find from it.

My advice to future students is: Try to study a course that is less common and job prospects are good.

Completing in 2021

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A pointless course we cover very little that has any relevance. It's just a good course to allow you to transfer over to other things.

My advice to future students is: Get a good atar so you can go straight into your course

Completing in 2019

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Positives: You learn to write well, and apply your thinking critically. Another positive aspect is the amount of research skills that you develop.

Being able to digest large amounts of information is practiced, and rewarded in assessments

Negatives: They don't teach you how to critically approach real life situations, or how to appropriately work in groups. The writing is quite varied depending on the teacher too, not uniform enough across different faculties.

My advice to future students is: Try your hardest now. Doesn't matter if you want to do something else in the future, learning fundamental skills which are present across every course will help you every step of the way.

Completing in 2019

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