University of Technology Sydney - UTS reviews

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University of Technology Sydney - UTS ratings

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A bit more about UTS (University of Technology Sydney)

UTS, also known as the University of Technology Sydney is based in the inner city Sydney suburb of Ultimo.

UTS is ranked #24 out of our Universities based on student ratings across a range of topics including Architecture, Engineering, Business, Arts, Law, IT, Health (including Nursing), Science and Education.

Based on the UTS reviews from students, here's some tips and advice for those looking at studying there:
Get involved with extracurricular activities - societies, clubs, groups and activities that can help you apply what you're studying and will help you make friends;
Create or join a study group with others in your course - it helps with notes and assessments;
Make use of the Unis resources and services;
Don't be afraid to ask for help from instructors and educators and take on any feedback they give you;
Try to get internships while studying to gain valuable experience.

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The positives is that I've always had really great lecturers and tutors who have an obvious interest in helping me.

The biggest downfall to my course is the group assignments. I have in the past been paired up with international students who speak very broken english and it can be quite difficult to complete tasks.

My advice to future students is: Take as much help and as many opportunities that come your way.

Completed in 2019

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Very broad scope of fields to study and focus in.
A good choice of majors available.
Flexible course structure.

Negatives would be large classes and therefore difficult to work with faculty at times.

My advice to future students is: Streamline related subjects per semester ie. Accounting and finance or marketing w. Marketing. Allows greater focus on topics

Completed in 2019

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Positive: excellent opportunities to meet employers. Great new modern facilities.

Negatives: subjects are repetitive.

My advice to future students is: Choose a major in the field of work you want to pursue

Completed in 2018

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Positive : Great range of subjects and majors available. There's a good learning space and learning resources.

My advice to future students is: Make sure you get involved in uni life if you want to get the most out of your Uni experience.

Completing in 2021

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Uni's campus is fantastic. Professor's formation is outstanding also

Too many exams, I think that nowadays education should be more dynamic

My advice to future students is: I'd say Uni is a long distance race, where you have to keep your pace constant and watch out every step.
The degree is a huge help to find a job afterwards

Completed in 2016

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Positives: Lovely people, specialise in what you want to do and location is central

Negatives: Lots of content and hard to keep up to date

My advice to future students is: Stay ahead of your work and to always prepare

Completing in 2020

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Positives: Bachelor of business is a broad cause, which allows you to have a taste of the different types of careers within the business field in the 8 first year core subjects. Then you are able to trailer the degree to which field you wish to specialise in, in your choice of major/s.

Negatives: As it is a broad degree there is no one set job you are guaranteed with afterwards ... (eg. If you study speech pathology, you become a speech pathologist... this degree is a clear route to a specific job)

My advice to future students is: Don’t rule out major choices before having a read about what they entail... eg. I was just going to major in marketing but after reading into IT, I found it interesting and it would give me more job scope so I decided to do a double major (marketing and IT)

Completed in 2019

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Positives: I find the course really informative, the teachers are good at teaching (important) and know their stuff.

Negatives: Some of the subjects don't get into depth until the final year.

My advice to future students is: Have fun get involved and do your best

Completed in 2018

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Positives: The uni campus is easy to get to and the facilities are nice. UTS offers a subject that is called Integrating Business Perspectives that is unique to the uni.

Negatives: The library is far away and the classes can be quite far away from each other and back to back.

My advice to future students is: To do Economics in high school but business studies would be optional. Also try to make friends as fast as possible.

Completed in 2019

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Positives: - networking opportunities
- work experience
- learning a broad knowledge of business skills
- credibility
- flexibility in changing majors

Negatives: No negatives

My advice to future students is: Work hard and always do the best that you can. Focus on the studies you have chosen, however enjoy the young years that you have. A healthy balanced lifestyle is key to getting through the tough times of study as well as the obstacles life itself has to offer

Completed in 2017

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