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Good jobs after graduation. Easy to obtain permanent residency. Good reputed course. My family also studied at this university and the same course and they have really succeeded in their career. I was also offered a scholarship.
After joining this university I have developed my skills in many ways. Such as good communication skills, time management, dealing with stress, etc. so I strongly believe that I have a really good opinion about the course.
ECU Joondalup is close to home, however, mount Lawley is a bit further away. I chose this university as they offered the course I wanted with a program that suited my preferable way of study (full-time study) with practicals every year.
The course curriculum could do with more guidance and options for students to understand what they need to have completed by certain deadlines although course hub is there to help you they're not always the most helpful.
Best reputation for nursing. A great overall student experience. Classrooms and study rooms everywhere. They're so nice. So many People. Lots of events and functions. Cheaper then most and yeah it's okay.
Course content feels rushed, even though we have extra time off. The content is good well explained if w bit simple. Exams are worth too much of the final grade but it means fewer assignments throughout the year.
It was close to home, had the course I wanted to pursue, has a good reputation for student support, has many learning resources available, a good chance of getting a job out of your course, the enrolling process wasn't difficult.
It's very straight forward, the classes contained in my course are all very relevant and will be very helpful not only for the duration of the university but also in general life occurrences. If the work is difficult there is plenty of assistance.
There were two teachers there that would supervise my thesis in the topic of my choosing. I also got the marks to get in (as it is quite competitive to get into Honours, I wasn't too picky), and it was online which meant I didn't have to move houses.
I think it was more practical than my Bachelor Psychology degree that was done at a different university. It included subjects more relevant to practicing psychology such as how to conduct motivational interviewing, and how to conduct a behavioural assessment.