I major in Civil Engineering.
Positives: It's quite easy to find areas bursting with students that want to socialize, and simultaneously there are a lot of nice quiet areas one can sit to enjoy some alone time and possibly study.
Negatives: Most of the tutors seem like they hate their job. They never want to help students out whether it be for assignments or general questions for exams.
My advice to future students is: Get into a study group, you'll benefit from it quite a lot in the coming years. Whether it be to go out and have a few drinks or to have a steady stream of mates you can choose for group assignments.
I'm majoring in Civil Engineering.
Positives: Very helpful staff and lecturers. Interesting teaching content.
Negatives: Travelling distance and some lecturers who don’t show enthusiasm in their teaching
My advice to future students is: Do a lot of self teaching and study
Positives: This course was compulsory for engineering. Such course can polish basic concepts of every students
Negatives: I don’t think there are any negative aspects of this course
My advice to future students is: Just go through this course this is very helpful
I major in electrical and electronics engineering.
Positives: Positive aspects are the friends you get to make and team building exercises which enhance bonding. Also how the course uses up to date materials and allows us to do hands on activities
Negatives: Lecturers/teachers dont give the help students need and often ramble off topic from the original question. And the lack of relative after time classes provided
My advice to future students is: You need to work your butt off
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