based on 5 students ratings
Settling in Australia was my long-time aim. Therefore, I started to prepare for the admission and applied in 7-8 universities. I got an offer letter from Central Queensland University and decided to attend. Applying to the university was a hassle-free task as each and every information was available on the university's website.
CQUniversity's Bachelor of Digital Media is preparing me for a professional career in the digital media industries. This course provides skills and knowledge that can be applied in a variety of fields associated with design, technology, and media. This is a flexible course as the classes are also available online. The course will surely help me in my business.
A friend of mine already attended this University and spoke highly of it. Mum wanted to move away from our home town, and the University had a campus in an area we liked. Out of 4-5 Universities, I applied to, this one was my first preference based on the above information, and they accepted me. As it was my first preference, the way the QTAC application system worked meant I only received their offer.
I had a pre-existing interest in creating content (film/music/etc) and I skimmed through a book that listed a plethora of courses that could lead to a career in film and media, and this course had a list of potential career options that interested me. Along with recognizing the University name, my projected OP results put me well above the entry requirements to get into the course.
Have a good reputation with employers and the course fee is lesser than the other universities for the same course. Also, situated in the CBD area which is the center of the city and one can get plenty of part-time job opportunities.
The course curriculum is good and well planned for a person to learn well. Two semesters per year is pretty good which provide ample time to study as well as to do a part-time job. There are four subjects each semester.
I want a great education to prepare me for my future career. This is the only university that offered my course in Australia without a radiography background and as an undergraduate, which is the reason I applied.
It has its faults there is not much lab time roughly 2 hours a week with a supervisor and 1 hour of personal practice. The course is mainly reliant on placement hours and practice to get hands-on experience. Although the tutors are great when there is allocated time.
I had always been set on Central Queensland University as it had a great reputation and one of my family members had also attended. CQU was the only university that offered the medical sonography course for undergraduates so I could do the course I wanted without doing radiology first.
The course curriculum is challenging yet extremely interesting. It covers in much detail the body?s anatomy and everything we need to know for the future. The information in lectures is presented in an easy to understand format.