Torrens University through my view


    This college appealed to me because it is one of the best business schools in the nation. It had a good college programme as well as outstanding other facilities. On their official website, I completed the online application process. The cost of my application was about $90.

    Course Curriculum :

    The education of my programme was outstanding. It was a challenging and adaptable course. It was necessary to attend a number of foreign lectures and conferences. It had given me the perfect combination of practical and interpersonal skills for motivating, shaping, and guiding global success. Client-facing assignments, consulting programmes, field workshops, and internships were all part of the programme.

    Exams :

    This programme appealed to me because it allowed me to work for some of the world's most respected companies. I have wanted to strengthen my management and leadership skills. To be accepted for admission, I had submitted my TOEFL score of 84 and GMAT score of 670. I had already sent my official transcripts, a copy of my passport, and reference letters at the time of my admission.

    Placement :

    They had created a great on-campus placement opportunity. Rakuten, Honeywell, Intel, Amazon, Salesforce, UNICEF, Uber, and many other top multinational organisations visited the college and recruited many of us. The compensation package was adequate.

    Events :

    On a daily basis, they participated in a number of events. Cultural and leisure programmes included graduate shows, musical careers, athletic tournaments, and speaking events. A lot of alumni meetings have taken place there.

    Faculty :

    There was a well-educated and experienced faculty present. They had shared their intimate stories with us. They were all enthralled by what they were teaching. They were very helpful and very concerned about our results. They continued to encourage us to participate in community projects, case studies, and internships.

    Hostel :

    I had made the decision to live off campus. The cost of a single bed, with meal plans, was about $9,000 for me. There was enough food on hand. Off-campus housing provided me with more privacy and living quarters.

    6.5 out of 10
    7.0/10Social Life