Detailed review of Flinders University
It was my second choice my first being Uni Adelaide. I'm glad I went to Flinders University however because I find they have a great community and everyone is very supportive and friendly.
I believe that the course curriculum within my degree is honestly a bit unorganized. This could be due to the fact that there are a lot of different fields within this degree that I have to study. Confusing
The exams I undertook to enter into this degree was the STAT test. That is available to students in SA.
It depends on the topics you have enrolled in for the semester. I find that a lot of the topics that I have enrolled in have a very fair exam structure and the University is often lenient of any medical issues you may have.
I believe that Flinders University has come a long way and improved the campus and it's faculties a lot since I first became a student at the University.
The student administration - the website in which you pay for your student and fees and observe your debt is very outdated. I often don't pay my fees in time just because I find that website so confusing.
I don't think that there is enough campus accommodation as I have had to move back home with my Dad as there isn't enough affordable accommodation within the area. I think there should be more share houses or units.
Within my degree, there aren't many placements and job interviews. I believe if there were more placements within the degree it would be much more structured and a lot more motivating for the students.
Yes, my college does provide internships. However, they have never really been that well explained or advertised to me so I, therefore, have never found an internship that would have interested me within the degree I am studying.
Flinders University is very active in celebrating events from a lot of different cultures and backgrounds. I find that they are also a very LGBTQI friendly campus. There is always something being celebrated on the campus.
No, I haven't, however, they do offer a loan every semester but the process for the application is very rigorous.
Monthly Expense : $500 - $1500