based on 10 students ratings
This university offered a journalism bachelor when other University's in South Australia did not. I also have heard good things about the university and its location is in a very good area near my location.
I really like how my degree is set out, the classes seemed well planned and set out. They also are very flexible when working in other aspects of things such as life and adding other degrees in the mix.
It has a good reputation in the arts as well as a high percentage of graduate careers. Also just because it was the first university I got accepted into and I just went for it without waiting for any other responses.
Right now I'm in the University of South Australia?s bridging course called SAIBT, and I find it a bit slow and repetitive. Also, most of my classes are communication courses that don't even relate to my field.
When observing all the different university options in the area on open day, the prerequisites and way of learning is what I liked. My friends also attend this uni which is also a plus. My atar I received from high school also was enough to apply to the bachelor program and they have hecs, which allows students to pay their tuition fee when we have the financial income
The curriculum is okay, the workload is intense and everything is piled upon us students, with assignments due one after the other.
It was the first offer I received and I didn't want to wait for one from Adelaide Uni, as I had been panicking about whether or not the grades I provided were indeed up to scratch for University-level education. When I looked into it I also discovered that the courses were very similar and there was no particular reason I necessarily needed to go to Adelaide.
It's helpful with regards to teaching subjects most of us need for our future pathways.
The University of South Australia was the only university in South Australia that offered my course. I knew this was what I wanted to do and wanted a job within the medical industry, particular in diagnostics.
The Course Curriculum for my course that I am currently undertaking is brilliant; I am studying what I want to study and everything is very interesting. I believe that the course curriculum is perfect.
It had my course and good facilities.
It's well structured and varied in different subjects. I think some subjects are structured a bit differently which is cool like Health is all online after week 4. I think this has its benefits but some disadvantages; like falling behind.
This university offered the best program for what I wanted both financial wise and within the state I moved to, so it was the best decision for me in the long run. I greatly enjoy my decision as the program is extremely good.
The current curriculum of high school is flawed, however, the university curriculum I undergo is excellent and only gets improved each year with time as it is constantly reevaluated ANS upgraded with each year.
No other universities had this particular course I wanted to do. however, when I received my atar, it was very very low, I had a horrible year in 2018 and couldn't get into any degrees. So foundation studies were the one I could do and Unisa was the only one that did it.
Very well, I believe it's all fair and so far everything is going good in my book. I haven't received my first grade yet though so fingers crossed that it?ll be good! I follow the curriculum as a guide during my exams and assignments.
The university was well advertised at school and on an orientation day. The facilities suit my needs and the location is suitable for me (closer than others). My chosen course was also only offered at this university.
The course curriculum is very well structured and specialized for the areas of health my dream occupation will incorporate. The curriculum will prepare me well for the future and the tasks I will be required to complete.
The best graduate employment rate for students, especially in rural areas. Many students have a job in their field prior to graduation in rural areas which is why I chose to study at this college. Likewise, the community is supportive.
Very well taught, informative and prepares students well for the workforce. Teachers are well equipped for all types of learners and willing to adopt new styles of teaching to fit the class. The course is focused heavily on professional experience which is highly beneficial for students.