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It was highly regarded, and the only one that offered my discipline, it's also close to my house, offers research aspects in my course in case I want to do my Ph.D., the professors who give the course are people who still work in the field.
So far, it has been very interesting as the course curriculum is only informed by the latest research, we have guest lecturers from people who are working in the field currently and lectures from current researchers.
A great program, one of the few universities in our city that has the program running, otherwise you'll have to travel a couple of hours away to find the next university to offer the program. There are also some closer universities and they are smaller.
Amazing, very good for the profession and gives great practical experience - one of, if not the best course ever!! Very understanding staff and students toward curriculum outcomes and support each other.
Quality of the science faculty and history of the university. It is top notch for academics and for the department and degree I am enrolled in. There are many fantastic research opportunities that are important to me.
I find it to be excellent. Engaging content with world-class educators and facilities. Incredible future research opportunities for interested students. I would support anyone to study this degree subject.
Highly regarded university, particularly in the field of health, which I am currently involved in. The university is known to offer one of the most high-end courses with top level teaching experience. The university holds many vital connections and is known to have one of the most highest graduate employment rates in Australia.
Very Clear and concise with definite learning outcomes. It promotes a lot of interactive learning as much as talks and lectures. There are always opportunities to ask for clarification on some course curriculum points if needed.
The course description was very interesting to me post bachelors in architecture. Also, Sydney university ranks 15th in architecture in the world. I was interested in moving out of my city for a change and because I like traveling.
Very interesting and it is exactly what I wanted it to be like. The course broadly speaks about the energy gain and the loss in a building and the science behind making it better without carbon emissions to the atmosphere.
I particularly chose this university as it is known for its reputation and one of the highest ranking universities in Australia and the world. It has a good quality of education as well as the structure of most of the buildings played a part in my decision to go to the University of Sydney.
I overall believe the course curriculum is good with several opportunities to gain help if I don't understand something. However, it is a bit difficult to get 600 hours of engineering and non-engineering focused and work experience in the given time frame as well as reflect on each of these things.
Focus on practical work and experience in the subject by doing experiments/ procedures. The university is popular and has a high employment rate for graduates. Which in the end is what everyone is looking for after. This university is in the heart of Sydney and is close to all the main attractions of the city.
Lots of flexibility and ability to try out different areas of study which is great. As well as, a lot of practical work to help understand complex ideas and material. This is great because it also allows us to get out of the lecture and actually try things out.