UNSW was my first choice university because of the course curriculum offered for my program It has been less than a week on campus but I can't point out a single flaw in how the university has conducted its events and made the students welcome What I love about UNSW [...]
I started at UNSW years ago where everything including labs and tutorials was online In the past year subjects were taught in a more hybridised form where some classes were face-to-face and optional Having experienced both formats of learning the organisation of resources such as the main subject web page [...]
Studying at UNSW has been a great experience the campus and facilities are awesome and equipped The admin is also well maintained as all student queries are answered The enrolment and registration process are really easy and understandable The teaching and materials are also really good There also many societies [...]
UNSW was my first choice university because of the course curriculum offered for my program. It has been less than a week on campus, but I can’t point out a single flaw in how the university has conducted its events and made the students welcome.
What I love about UNSW is that apart from the umpteen electives that the business school offers, the university also houses over 300 clubs and associations of which students can be a part. Apart from assisting them to excel academically, UNSW is providing opportunities for students to develop soft skills that I believe are critical in excelling in a professional environment.
For those reasons, I would highly recommend students to check out programs at UNSW because the university helps you build a well-rounded profile.
I started at UNSW 3 years ago where everything including labs and tutorials was online. In the past year, subjects were taught in a more hybridised form where some classes were face-to-face and optional. Having experienced both formats of learning, the organisation of resources such as the main subject web page was sometimes frustrating to navigate and lacked consistency between different subjects. Support from staff depended on the size of the cohort which was frustrating at times. Study facilities and class/lab rooms were great. Physical and mental well-being support networks are wonderful and useful in my experience.
Studying at UNSW has been a great experience, the campus and facilities are awesome and equipped. The admin is also well maintained, as all student queries are answered. The enrolment and registration process are really easy and understandable. The teaching and materials are also really good. There also many societies students can join according to their interests or to get a head-start in their career, it is also a greta way to make friends and connections. Highly recommend joining UNSW.
UNSW is very disorganised. Their websites don’t usually get updates. I like the staff, who are usually understanding and professional. However, the educational value of my course was low as it was not very practical and did not teach me much to prepare for industry.
During my time at UNSW, I found the social aspect to be a highlight of the university – making many friends during my journey has been a great joy of mine. Although there were difficult times during my educational process, with external factors coming into play, I felt overall it was a positive memory, and I highly recommend UNSW for students seeking an enriching, engaging experience.
I have been studying at UNSW for the past three years, with two of these years fully online due to COVID-19. Currently, most lectures are still online, making it feel less connected and supportive. Most courses, in particular science, are well-structured and organised. The trimester structure can sometimes be overwhelming and make classes feel rushed, particularly towards the end of the term.
The overall of my university is excellent. Mine is a media degree, majoring in communication and journalism. It offers courses like media theories and news writing courses. Assignments are set to give students more opportunities to publish their work or get involved in the industry. Lecturers and tutors often email incoming entry-level roles for students to increase their competitiveness. Yet, I think it is 60% theoretical and 40% practical. It would be better and worth the 5th star if they could provide me with more practical course options.
I did my MBA at UNSW as a part-time student and I can say the course has been structured well and was catering for part-time students well. Was possible to do most of the courses online and there was a large pool of modules to choose from except for the 2 capstone courses. Lecturers were highly qualified and overall provided a nice learning environment.
Downsides in my opinion were course fees were steadily increasing every year (or even between semesters) and in the part-time studying mode, you really didn’t get to build much rapport with your teachers nor had much opportunity to connect with your classmates (even when not doing online). Also, facilities from the university tend to be minimalist (mainly it was limited to providing the classroom – online or offline – ). There certainly wasn’t value for money.
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I love Collegium Civitas because here I can study in an international environment where I can meet friends from all over the world Lecturers are friendly and always open to answering students' questions I enjoyed everything here after studying for years of master's degree I recommend for friends join Collegium [...]
Life is a journey and it should be full of accomplishments and education plays a vital role in a student s life Studying here at university of Wolverhampton gives me an unlimited number of opportunities making my career go in the right direction During pandemic when everyone was in lockdown [...]
The quality of the degree education and the prestigious name of the school
I liked that the programme was very complete I had classes that complemented very well and made my education very rounded It s a small campus that needs more facilities and amenities for the students The teachers were overall very professional and good at their subject of expertise I had [...]
They provide great support and the location is good too its very near from the train station They provide car park sports Centre students Union students support and all the updates are provided online and a week earlier [...]
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