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based on 6 students ratings
I opted for this particular college because it is often described as being highly prestigious, and is the only university in my state that has the best music courses, due to the highly talked about Elder Conservatorium of Music.
My opinion on the course curriculum is very positive, the classes are really helpful, and the topics that are involved are beneficial to specific learning that we have to know to be able to succeed in future careers.
Because it had high ratings and people around me talked a lot about this uni. My father also went there for uni. The classes there are challenging, and I can see myself meeting my goal of wanting to become a successful person in the future while being at this uni.
I think that everything I'm learning in beneficial so this means, I am happy with the classes I have gotten even though not all are my cup of tea. I do understand though that I can?t be excellent naturally at every class so challenges are expected.
My home uni had several programs all over the world, but I chose UOA because I wanted to be able to speak English in a calm place with a mild climate. Also, I heard Adelaide is good for studying because it is a quiet and compact city.
I had to go to a Language class before starting uni life in UOA. It was not worth being done because we only focus on writing. However, the tutorial is put the most weight on at uni, so I had some difficulty in speaking in English during the tutorial.
Affordable fee, Distance from home country and available transport mean, Cultural diversity and local acceptance, Safety and security, The prestigious image of the university, New experience in a foreign country.
It was a 6 long years program. Pretty tough course. The most enjoyable years were the last three. Doing clinical terms at different hospitals. I was given the opportunity to be part of the managing team. Excellent experience.
It had better/more interesting majors like biochemistry and genetics. The University had a better reputation and was closer to some other unis. Additionally, I liked the campus better. Also, it also offered a tertiary transfer pathway into medicine.
Very good in terms of teaching but lacking focus beyond research. They provided no opportunities to develop industry knowledge and experience. Additionally, there was a lack of differentiation between normal Bsc and Bscadv.
I chose to attend the University of Adelaide because I knew people that are going there or had gone there and in their opinion of the university it seemed like a very good place. They also offered me guaranteed entry as long as I got an atar and the university was very accessible for me as it is in the city.
The curriculum for the course I am doing is very good. It's super flexible meaning that if I don't feel like doing a certain course I am able to switch courses given it's before a certain date in the semester.