Victoria University has a great cultural background. You can see multicultural diversity inside the University. Lecturers are very supportive and all the lecture materials and study components are easy access via an online platform. Student advisors and the staff are very kind and solve matters ASAP. VU offers lots of fun activities to keep the students and staff entertained. Also it has a nice library which is open 24/7 during exam times and all year online. Librarians helps you to clear many of the assignment doubts and help you to do referencing and etc. they are very very supportive and friendly. However, when it comes to semester fees they are very strict and you have to pay on time to avoid penalties :)
My advice to future students is: If you can form little study groups it will help you achieve your educational goals. As per my experience you should attend the lectures and tutorials regularly to pass the units with flying colours. Also make sure to enjoy uni life! Make new friends, explore what Australia has to offer!
Positives: I was able to get knowledge on different systems and softwares. It is well organised
Negatives: Lack of practical work. Better they had some industry related study modules
My advice to future students is: I would like to invite them to study in AU. But wisely select your course units.
Positives: Helps you to take a position in business world
Negatives: Its quite expensive
My advice to future students is: Its best to study as much as you can.
Positives: Group working and practical applications
My advice to future students is: Select the units which add the value to your masters degree
I majored in Accounting.
Positives: you can study all things that you need to know to be a qualified accountant
Negatives: my opinion is there are none
My advice to future students is: if you study hard and do your work correctly you can be a good qualified accountant by studying this course
Positives: It is practical , realistic and useful.
Negatives: It is hard
My advice to future students is: Stay focused
Positives: 1.Time management
2. Project team work
3. Work organisatinal sytems skills
My advice to future students is: Try to manage their time and understand about other culture
Positives: Good insight to the business world.
Lots of subjects were covered which opened up a lot of different job possibilities and helped me find things i was interested in.
Helped build different sets of skills such as time management, communication and team work.
Negatives: Found a lot of subjects i wasn't interested in which overall felt like a waste of time.
Too many subjects were covered with no specific focus, makes it hard to decide what to do.
My advice to future students is: If you don't like your course find something you like doing. Enjoy and stay in school
Positives: Learn some professional development tips such as how to give good presentation
Negatives: For me, Not much practical knowledge. Did not learn much.
My advice to future students is: Bachelor was expensive for me. I finish my bachelor in 2013 and couldn't get a job in the related field. I did not get what i paid for. For future students, better to study practical courses such as cookery, builder. Alsos medical field is good, I will recommend students to study nursing, if they are interested.
The exams were not very hard, because the lecturer would normally test what they have covered, and normally they give you sample test, which is similar to final exam.
I was international student, in my first year, I found I could hardly understand what the lecturers were saying, but managed to get 80% marks, since I just practiced the sample tests. However, I did not even understand the logic behind the test. It was after 2 years when I studied in my master degree that I got to understand my Bachelor course😛. So an easy exam could be positive in the short term, but negative in the long term.
In Victoria Uni, most of the time I studied by myself because of language barriers as an international student, but after first semester I tried to learn more from lectures, and I guess it did improve my result and make my study much easier compared to studying by myself, so listening to lectures actively definitely saves your time in study.
My advice to future students is: Do the sample test carefully, and think about what are the variations of sample test. Think about what questions would you put into the exam if you were the examiner. After this, be confident and careful with your numbers in exam.
The level and type of lecturers vary a lot, from highly responsible (mostly female lexturers) to less responsible mostly male lecturers. But it is up to you which lecturers you enroll and how you study.
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