University of South Australia - UniSA reviews

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Positives: We have placement and project management for health promotion in the course so it is helpful for networking and add extra value to the resume. We learnt about basic anatomy and physiology. The Health Concepts, Service and Trends course provides a new insight into health promotion.

Negatives: It is really tough to score better marks in this course. I did better in my minor.

My advice to future students is: Visit and use the LearnOnline site, it provides information and reading required for assignments. Use feedback sheet as a guidance in writing essay.

Completed in 2018

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Positives: I would say, being involved in a human's life. You get to help other people who are in needs (physically, mentally, emotionally) without expecting any in return. Others might see it as a very hard or complicated profession, but to us students who are studying this course feel that it's really helpful not just to other people but also to ourselves and loved ones.

Negatives: Tiring, well all courses are but I must say if you don't love the course you took in the first place, you won't be able to enjoy it. And having a lot of placements can sometimes be frustrating.

My advice to future students is: Future students should make sure that their hearts are really on this kind of course. The path is not easy but once you put your heart into it, you'll definitely love the course! Be confident that you'll be able to aim your goal and just basically do your best!

Completing in 2019

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Positives: Differentiate diagnosis

Negatives: Too busy

My advice to future students is: Study smart

Completed in 2018

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Positives: The payrates are high and the university provides really good facilities.

Negatives: So much to learn and it's a tough course overall.

My advice to future students is: If you have real interest towards medicines and Science, then only apply. You need to play with your brain.

Completed in 2015

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Positives: The salary of a registered pharmacist after this course is awesome. This course is worth doing than other 4 year courses if you are interested in science and medicines.

Negatives: Course is too long and lots to remember as you are going to play with someone’s life in future. Fees are comparatively high too.

My advice to future students is: Don’t think much about fees as you will be able to recover that in just a year. This course has a lot to learn and advance. Worth doing

Completed in 2017

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Positives: Placement

Negatives: Some uni courses are pointless, would prefer more placement instead

My advice to future students is: Be prepared to give up your life.
Driving licence essential.

Completing in 2019

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Positives: We learn about the human body and how to deal with common diseases

Negatives: It is very hard and the subjects are hard and very time consuming and takes over your life

Completing in 2022

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Positives: You get a job at the end

Negatives: It’s hard

My advice to future students is: Don’t underestimate how hard uni is

Completing in 2021

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Positives: I enjoy that there are always people available to help us out when in need. The course outline for each subject clearly state what needs to be done and how you will be graded.

Negatives: I don't think I could name any.

My advice to future students is: That if you're serious about your study, you need to have 100% commitment and focus to your degree.

Completing in 2021

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Positives: friendly staff whom help achieving success within the course, structured course thats easy to follow and manage, & lots of practical work to help prepare us for placement

Negatives: i can’t think of one negative aspect in this course, its amazing

My advice to future students is: always stay on top of your work & dont fall behind, but most importantly, enjoy!

Completing in 2019

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