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Best Film and Television Course. Area university that also helped with my pathway into the course I want to get into. Very easy to understand and get into courses that I enjoy. And it is a very high achieving college.
Great. Fun and easily understandable. Teachers communicate quite well with the class and curriculum work is usually very transparent. Most of the classes are full of like-minded people. Great to make friends with.
I want to be a construction manager because of my keen interest in buildings and designing. I have done my bachelors in architecture and after working 4 years in my field I realized that execution and in managing the project through all the pros and cons is more important than just designing it.
It will make me learn to deal with risk, perception analysis in project and management of resources everything which is high technology buildings require these days. By doing this course m also able to work for multinational companies back in my country.
It has the best research outcome..also the ranking is quite high. I wanted a really good university for my bachelor because it is the base of my career. Swinburne provides a very good international student service.
The course curriculum is based on real-life experiences and teaches the subjects with a very realistic outcome. The course curriculum is very practical and focuses on the laboratory skills of the students. The faculty is also very supportive.
Good reputation and high research output is the main reason for choosing Swinburne. There is also a lot of good hangouts and activities near uni for good social life balance which is a major plus point. Swinburne rocks.
Good even approach. It uses a simple learning curve yet makes learning new concepts and ideas easier and user-friendly. Greatest innovations in IT and business are reflected in the course which is a good sign.
Because of the lab facilities which were available in regards to my course( Manufacturing Engineering). And also because Swinburne was one of the oldest universities next to Monash and they had been having a lot of projects related to manufacturing.
I am very much contended to have chosen this course. It is what I expected it to be a perfect mix of both management and core papers. There were recent changes in the curriculum. But till now all the units I did were good.
Due to its high ranking in the technology department, my dad and mum also attended this University. It has a diverse range of Engineering Majors and it had the one I wanted. It has a great exchange and study abroad programs.
I did the diploma first year and it was quite difficult as some teachers didn't know how to present the curriculum. I am in the second year now and it's mainstream, the tuitions are a lot better and there are fewer contact hours. It's also very helpful that all our lectures are recorded in case we can't make it we are able to still keep up to date.
I got a scholarship worth $40,000 paid over the course of 3 years (the length of my course. Also, the course guarantees a job with industry partners such as Deloitte and Ernst & Young on completion of the course.
The curriculum is all relevant as it's picked by industry sponsors. In the first year, it isn't very flexible. However, after the first year, you are given the option to branch out into majors and minors such as computer science.