new zealand

    The story of my life at Victoria University of Wellington

    8.8 /10

    The University consistently provides high-quality education to us. Their teaching methods encourage us to strive for success and to become an independent, critical and creative thinker. The program that is offered to me provides me an opportunity for real-world experience through field trips and research projects.

    Course Curriculum :

    This three-year undergraduate degree that I am studying is providing me a basic understanding of molecular and cell biology, along with the research skills that I need to be successful. Currently, I am studying the relationships between humans, health and disease, and look at real-life health and medical issues like new diseases, or old diseases that resist treatment. Other areas that I will be studying soon will be the role of molecular biology in health, drug design, and clinical testing.

    Exams :

    Studying the biology course will help me to research the various skills that I need to start my journey towards a career in biomedical science. That is why opted for this course. Being an international student I was required to appear for the TOEFL exam. And I qualified it by scoring 100 marks in the internet-based test.

    Events :

    No events are conducted at my campus.

    Fees :

    $31,350 approx. per 120 points is the fee for my course.

    Scholarship :

    Andrea Brander Accommodation Scholarship is what I am availing of. I was given the scholarship after providing a personal statement, financial statement, and a reference to the concerned department.

    Faculty :

    I study in a small size class. We have a class size of around 20 students, which benefits us from direct access and interaction to our faculty. The faculty comprises of international lecturers and visiting professors who share their experience from different verticals in the Biology.

    Hostel :

    Along with the depositary fee of approximately $660–$700 was submitted by me to reside in the campus accommodation. For living there my quarter payment goes up to $2,000 and $4,800. All the rooms are very well built. Some extra charges for electricity, telephone, internet, laundry, and food are also paid by me.

    8.8 out of 10
    8.0/10Social Life