based on 9 students ratings
It's the highest-ranked University in my state that offers an enabling program. It's a pathway for me to get into the highest University, the University of Western Australia (e.g. UWA) in my state and study something that's only offered by that University in my state, which is linguistics. I'm not required to pay upfront, in Australia, Australian citizens can get government loans that have 0% interest and the amount that gets paid back is determined upon how much you earn and if you have a job, receiving government help, homeless, etc.
Curtin University offered the double degree I was searching for and was suitable for entry. After graduating in 2017, I enrolled straight from High School and started study 6 months later. The fees throughout the course are subsidized and loaned by the government which was my only option for University.
The curriculum so far has been very suited to what I expect, and what I hope to learn throughout my degree.
Curtin University has a branch university in Mauritius (Curtin Mauritius). I had the choice to study in Mauritius and graduate there itself. Though, I wanted to have international recognition when graduating, as well as discover different cultures, through a real uni life. I completed the first year of my BITS course in Mauritius and currently doing my second year in Australia, where I will also be graduating.
The Course Curriculum is extremely interesting, for we learn the different aspects of the actual job opportunities. For example, even though I am studying Business Information Technology and Systems, one's expectations would be purely IT and IS units. Curtin transmits us the necessary skills to be ready to join the labor force. In my case, my units comprised of Introductory Economics, as well as Introductory Marketing.
I heard it had a good commerce course and a strong student culture. The major I wanted to do was offered at this uni. It was close to wearing I live and where I currently work. My high school friends would be there.
The course curriculum is similar to most universities in my opinion. There is a third year practical unit in preparation for the workforce in commerce which I do think is extremely valuable to students. I'm in the first-year atm.
Liked it. The atmosphere was absolutely amazing and all the people were so nice when I went for the open day. I felt like the course was also just my calling - it had so many components I loved and I just had my heart set.
The course is great I love it. However, the workload is extremely full and demanding and leaves you a bit exhausted. But I guess that's expected because it's a pretty demanding job too. But overall good.
One of the few universities that offer a bachelors in Physiotherapy in Perth, I was offered a scholarship and a few of my mate go to this university as well. It is also a highly reputable college that ranks highly amongst universities around the world.
It is pretty good. This English course should be changed to reflect the way universities expect you to write essays/ assignments. The rest of my subjects I felt were well structured but it would be better if the ATAT course would link (have similar content) to most first-year subjects at Uni.
Highly recommended by parents, staff, peers. It was one of the 2 the only universities in my state to offer architecture and the other uni seemed very pretentious, hard to get into and not recommended by people who went there.
Everything seems quite comprehensive but feels like it is taught in the wrong order. My teachers never communicate with each other which really makes the students suffer. There are a lot of fun activities which I appreciate but I feel like a lot of learning doesn't go on.
It had a high ranking than the other college that offered my course. The campus was larger and more catered to what I wanted as a student and it was also located closer to cheaper rental accommodation off-campus.
Well, set out with lots of practical experience. Units are dispersed to give an overall outlook into occupational therapy before undertaking more specialized units. The addition of an honors course adds more work but allows you to graduate with a globally recognized degree.
I went to college because of instant entryway into law. Other universities you had to do an undergrad to get in, but for this one, you didn't. It also had great reviews and a great city campus for the law students.
Very good. An extensive study on particular law areas. They also have trimesters which streamline the study process. However, more focus should have been on real-world application of law instead of law areas to better prepare us for law firms.