Positives: The prestigious nature of the degree meant it was easy to wow employers. Great peers who helped each other learn and grow
Negatives: Did not work well with the competing nature of the two degrees. Often spent way too much time on the architecture aspect which took aay from the engineering aspect
My advice to future students is: Focus one one degree more than the other rather than trying to do well in both as you will suffer by being average in both
Positives: the course was in English, good learning material by teachers, good environment
Negatives: too expensive too short
My advice to future students is: make sure what you want to choose in uni is what you need in your workplace
Positive: Challenging but interesting content. Well organised and set out. Lack of essay writing.
Negatives: some of the foreign lectures are difficult to understand making the content even more difficult.
My advice to future students is: Dont do the combined degree if you only want to do engineering. If you think it will compliament it in anyway it wont as the theory learnt in the science quickly overtakes any practical application that you would use in engineering
If I was talking to a friend about this - I would tell them how much I love it but also whats involved because it might not be to everyones taste.
Its very practical with heaps of applications in the real world and good job prospects.
Its a lot of group work and quite a bit of math.
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