based on 14 students ratings
Location and the degree suited my needs and were a very flexible option for my abilities and goal for the future. I also really like the environment and the people at UNSW and the amount of social networking that occurs is amazing.
Wonderful absolutely amazing I really love my degree and how flexible it is and all the industry connections that it gives me which makes it one of the best courses in the country in my humble opinion.
Only one of two reputable universities providing my degree and this one allows for better involvement in campus life (the other option was Sydney Conservatorium of Music and being on a separate campus and only having 750 students limits opportunities).
Issues are evident in the compression of the material in the switch from semesters to trimesters but other than that, the classes cover most bases pertaining to a holistic and well-rounded music education thus far.
I've applied for 3 other universities such as UTS, WSU, USYD alongside UNSW and I've accepted my offer at UNSW due to its environment and study culture. My experience at UNSW open day also played a major role as well. However, there are times when I wish I would be studying at another institute, the reason being is due to trimesters. There is too much workload in a short period that students have now.
A wide range of students from many different faculties. Meaning I get the opportunity to meet a lot of people and see what their degree is like for them.
Prestige and ranking mainly, however, the student life was fantastic. Additionally, the university provided excellent support in my application and accommodation requests. I was also able to find a job relatively easily during university which contributed greatly to my employability upon graduation. Another of my friends also attended this university with great reviews.
My faculty is very passionate about what they do you could see it in the way lecturers teach. It has been very progressive and professional thus far and I have no complaints about the quality of education I'm receiving.
It stands 10th in the world in accounting as per QS world ranking. Also, it has a five-star rating and a nice employment ratio. UNSW is also among the great 8 universities in Australia. Also, it is located in Sydney. Sydney is a business hub.
It is Very practical and helpful. I also truly appreciate the tri-mester system. The trimester system reduces the load and lets you learn subjects in more detail. I also liked the freedom to choose lecture timings.
The quality of education and the location. It is ranked amongst the top 50 universities for the medicine program. Sydney also offers an environment to learn and have fun at the same time. As an international student safety was also one of my priorities.
The course is well structured. Medicine programs around the world are quite long and thus are often very tedious to follow. The 6-year program allows for students to space out their work and learn other small courses in the middle as well.
Really good business school, high grad job expectations. Seem to be more up and coming and innovative than the other NSW alternative USYD. It is a bit further away, however, the people that go there seem to be less snobby and entitled.
I believe there is a lot of work that needs to go into it. The group assignments are a joke. The tutorials need to focus more on the discussion. It seems that as I am progressing, I am now in my fourth year of university. The tutorials seem to be a lot better.
There are only two colleges in Sydney that offer actuarial studies degree and the University of New South Wales is one of them. Also, I like how this college has a diverse cultural atmosphere and also a historical background.
The fact that the college changed to a trimester timetable makes me feel like everything is too rush and it is too stressful for the students. Other than that, the course curriculum is good and they teach us everything from the basic.
Great law program and business program. I had heard a lot about how good the law school is for paving you the way for the beginning of your law career. The business school is current and encourages students to be active and participate.
I think that it is very well structured the modules are interactive and informative. There is a good mix of online work and lectures and tutorials which allow us to keep up with weekly work. The curriculum is current and involves debates on topical issues.
Good reputation and leading-edge facilities along with the fun atmosphere. Also with HECS and being an Australian citizen, there is no difference in cost when choosing more prestigious universities that offer better educational programs.
The course curriculum is quite well organized and interesting for first-year students -however, at times some complex topics in science can be rushed and this can be quite difficult for some students. Also, there are online threshold materials that must be completed and understood to attend lectures - this baseline knowledge every week required to attend lectures can be difficult to maintain at times.