The first two years are hard theory with just a sprinkling of clinical work, so if you expect to get your hands dirty straight away, this can be really discouraging, The work can be gruelling and maintaining a balance between work and social life can be tricky.
But overall this is the most rewarding course and career that you could imagine. The chance to help people in times of strife. Very quickly after your theoretical years you'll be living your life in hospitals and clinics under the guidance of the most incredible medical professionals who are world renowned for their skill. Every day is different and we just love every minute of it!
Positive- It is very content heavy and requires a lot of contact hours, as well as individual study time;
Negative - The long hours and study are very much worth it, particularly once you are in your clinical years and have an understanding of the significance and application of what you learn during the course
I couldn't recommend this course enough!!
Lectures are engaging, fun and I've learned a lot in my time in uni so far however Textbooks are expensive
Commerce aspect is great, there's 4 compulsory courses and this helps you choose your major and what you want to do.
Some negatives is that it can be quite demanding at some times especially during assessments.
It's a useful degree to have, from a qualification standpoint.
It's quite an all-around degree, you get business knowledge and IT knowledge.
The required 1st year subjects (MGMT1001 specifically) are quite a waste of time and you can't not take them.
For the commerce aspect, sometimes you have better luck self-teaching than actually going to lectures.
I found this slightly boring as it's a lot of revision from high school and common sense
Having only completing computer science courses so far, I have found this course to be enjoyable but with a steep learning curve for those that have not done coding before.
Even more so, having completed 1 commerce and 3 computer science courses, slacking of/procrastinating for people that do not have programming knowledge can be extremely tolling. However from people that I do know, they find the course extremely enjoyable & mostly well organised
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