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based on 16 students ratings
I heard many good things from past students, my siblings also went to this university and had positive experiences. It was closer than Griffith and I also liked the campuses a lot better than any other university I looked at.
It's good although the first few courses are very basic and a little too easy. For example, my Food and Nutrition unit has very little food and nutrition content and more general tips on being employable so far. Which isn't very interesting.
Networking and travel opportunities in which QUT was able to offer me in addition to my studies itself. QUT offers many short and long term exchange programs as well as study tours which allows small groups of students to travel overseas and gain credible experiences
I think the curriculum is really strong and highlights key components in which students will need going forward into our professional careers. Some of which I feel like could benefit from more content delivery in tutorials, however.
I had the course I wanted and was easily accessible. I enjoyed the general atmosphere of the campus and the facilities were good. There was also a broad range of clubs and societies that interested me.
I believe that it is outdated and needs to be rethought I also believe that a wider variety of classes need to be on offer for those that do not wish to undertake the standard subjects. The curriculum does not give students an opportunity to explore their capabilities and creativity
It had lots of freebies and it's just a great school from word of mouth it's also easy to access and who doesn't like free stuff. I'll go anywhere if they do lots of giveaways and market days and fun activities.
It's great so far I really like all the freebies and lots of access to help and assistance when required I just started so it?s hard to say more since I am a first year but I've heard great things from other people.
I've had multiple family members who attended the university before me and consistently see their advertising in high school and on billboards. They also worked closely with our high school with camps, tours and reward programs.
Students should be able to pick what they find most suitable for them in their degree and what would benefit them the most for their career. Having a specific curriculum is not beneficial in making students do classes they will not need in the future.
It has the best degrees in my area of interest, the location is close to my home, there is a good amount of graduates from this uni that I know who are happy with it. There are great food options near the campus.
It is a great course that has real-world experience as well as theory taught in a way that is easily understandable. There are challenges such as having a large cohort but it is worth it in the end. The class sizes are big.
I opted for this University because of the dual degree that was offered to me and I didn't find any other reputed University that offered a dual degree in Engineering Management and project management.
I think my course curriculum is well structured and includes some industry professionals teaching so we get an overall experience and not just in class knowledge based on books and articles. We also have everything digitalized and that makes everything seem so modern and it truly feels like the University for the real world.
QUT has a good ranking which will give me a recognized degree, and also with their learning resources outside the classroom, it will allow me to gain practical knowledge. Brisbane being a very hospital city made me consider it as well.
The curriculum is very assignment based which gives us the opportunity to research and find information to ourselves. The tutors are very successful in clearing doubts and making sure the students absorb the required material.
Because of the advice of others, it's reputation, it's higher requirements for entry, it's location and it's general appeal and values. Also, the fact that a lot of my friends and people I knew were also applying or were already going there.
I believe it is thought very very blandly, Despite the pure luck that the concepts being thought are fundamentally very interesting, there is very little which University has done to improve my ability to learn which isn't already available to me through free online education. The only benefits I have noticed so far for the university as opposed to free online learning are 1 social aspect 2 motivating stakes of money and grades
I heard QUT has the best learning faculties. I have a lot of friends who go there. QUT is in the top 10 universities in Australia. I have amazing support from tutors and lecturers. The campus is based close to home.
I think the course curriculum is awesome. It's broad, easy to follow, fun and easy going. All the assessments are challenging in a good way. We learn different subjects so you aren't always bored or stuck on one thing.