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It is in Brisbane which I personally love. The university is among the top 5 universities in Australia for international students and the facilities they offer are great. The university is also very good for research which was a plus point.
Great. They take a good look into what is needed for the student and they design it well so that the students benefit the most. They are keen to balance the workload with the assignments and practicals.
I opted for University of Queensland because it was suggested by my family friends as an ideal college especially since I had just come from New Zealand and I got into pharmacy there which I found to be good
I think my course curriculum is good. One of the downsides is that there is a lot of content to learn which is a bit hard and nerve-wracking. However, it gives us knowledge about a wide variety of subjects which is interesting.
I moved from Western Australia to Queensland and it was arguably one of the best universities in Queensland. Other universities such as the University of Melbourne were a lot more prestigious but we're more expensive and a more general degree.
I don't really have an opinion on it. I'm doing what I have to because I have to. It's not amazing, nor is it bad, but if anything it some of the course content that we learn feels redundant so far, but it may change in the future.
The sterling reputation of the University of Queensland and its Psychology school, the great program and lecturers/teachers for my subject, amazing student lifestyle, beautiful campus, and great staff/resources.
Great range of courses and content, a fair assessment which prepares you well for post-graduate studies, interesting and engaging, informative. The content covers a broad spectrum of psychology topics to allow for decision-making in preparation for future specialization.
This college is well known for its science program. I went to have a look at the facilities at multiple colleges prior to my application and found that the technology and facilities of my colleagues were more up-to-date.
I believe the course curriculum is highly relevant and will help me to gain the skills and knowledge I need to enter the workforce in my field (science). However, the workload is quite heavy, with many more contact hours and tasks in my faculty than in others.
The University of Queensland is close to my house and is well respected. People around Brisbane hold the University of Queensland highly, as an intellectual, global uni, therefore when I got the opportunity to go there I jumped on it. They also have good courses for what I wanted to specialize in. There is also really good public transport heading in there.
It's great! Although there are some dry topics, such as some of the social research stuff. I'm a big fan of the variety in the electives and love that you get to try all sorts of different things. This being said, I wouldn't mind some more wacky subjects that are completely different within the possible electives.
I prefer the World uni ranking, UQ's ranking is around 40, which is good. In China, employers pay attention to uni's world ranking, if you are an oversee student looking for a job when coming back to hometown.
I thank it?s reasonable, we can choose 3- 4 courses per semester, otherwise, you are not counted on a full-time student. Usually, 1 course counts 2 credits, for the master student, that could be 32 credits in total.
It was a childhood dream to go here. I also liked the extensive focus on the industry for the program. It was important for me to choose the right uni because many Unis offered my course. Because UQ was a childhood dream for me, it was an obvious choice.
I love it! Science subjects are quite difficult but necessary. Having two plan subjects when first beginning the program allowed me to experience industry-focused learning as well as the actual grit of planning.
I chose the University of Queensland because of the world-class reputation of the uni and program; that would leverage my future career and would provide wider network access to world-class academicians while providing supporting facilities to optimize the learning process.
There are no particular structured classes to attend as my program is research-based. However, the flexibility offered is the key to this program as I can work at any time and anywhere and learn as much as I want to.
Impressive reputation and is highly ranked world wide. It is also a university that a big majority of international students opt to attend, which also indicates its prestige. I also picked this university because of the clubs available as my undergrad university did not have any extracurricular activities.
It was a very in-depth program that really aided and equipped me for a career in research. It was also quite difficult as I had not studied at university for quite some time after I completed my undergraduate studies.