Western Sydney University - WSU reviews

(4.02) 121 reviews

Western Sydney University - WSU ratings

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Western Sydney University (or WSU & formerly known as University of Western Sydney) has campuses across the Western suburbs of Sydney, including Parramatta, Campbelltown, Bankstown, Blacktown, Hawkesbury, and Penrith.

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The course was long and difficult to understand.

I had faced many problems when understanding this course.

The only good part of this course which I like was going to on-site and doing work.

Completed in 2016

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The course fits all study into one or two days so that students can gain experience on construction sites while studying.

My advice to future students is: Even though you attend one day still study because it will all come in handy on site.

Completing in 2019

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Wide range of future opportunities covering many aspects involved in construction.

My advice to future students is: To not restrict knowledge in construction and learn about all different opportunities in construction

Completed in 2018

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I find it very boring and hard, it’s not something I see myself pursuing

My advice to future students is: Pick your course wisely, according to you preferences and strengths

Completing in 2019

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Positives: easy to understand, only two days a week
Negatives: none so far

My advice to future students is: Pay attention in class and never stay in a course you don't enjoy

Completing in 2020

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Well the positive aspects totally outweighs the negative aspects because of so much practical classes involved, which makes it so much more fun to learn and easier to remember.

My advice to future students is: My advice to a new student is try my degree it wouldn't hurt to try. Go out there and have fun as you might of had a hidden passion for your self you didn't know about.

Completing in 2019

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