Australian Catholic University - ACU reviews

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The course takes about 3 years to compete. I received many credit points from my previous business related studies which reduced my time and money.

Some of the units in this course are very relaxed and some are challenging. For example, Economics was a tough subject to tackle as it required a lot of stress, research, time and study.

There are also a lot of group assignments in this course, so its easy to complete them when its distributed amongst your group members. If you are good at Powerpoint Presentations that would also serve as an advantage to complete your course in due time.

When it comes to exams, the teachers mostly cover all the content you would expect to have in your exam, which is great! Overall I would say if you want to pursue your career in Business, I would recommend to have at least a Bachelors for your career development.

My advice: Go for it! If your interested in pursuing your career in a business related field, this course would give you an accredited degree and show potential employers on your resume that you have the relevant educational qualifications.

Completed in 2019

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Positive aspect would have to be getting access to the unis facility and equipment that helps with your learning.

Negative aspect would have to be how disorganised the unit and assignment lay outs are.

The course is ok. I'm neutral about whether I'd recommend it

Completed in 2017

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Positives are that you are really cared for by the lecturers and tutors, its very intimate learning with help always available when needed.

The electives are really interesting and broad and each subject is taught to a great standard. Not many negatives to provide, the only negative is sometimes the work load which is expected for a law degree!

I couldn't recommend this course enough!!

Completing in 2020

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Positive: facilities are very nice. Close to parliament station so not too hard to get to. Placements were not too bad. Very highly rated uni so more of a chance to get a grad year after completion.

Negative: they dont take into account where you live for placements and as such I had to travel quite a bit. They focused too intently on theoretical knowledge when they should have been giving more instruction on practical skills (i would have struggled a lot if I had not done my diploma first).

Some teachers knew what they were talking about and made it interesting. Others were extremely bland. Next to no help in practical labs.

The course is ok. I'm neutral about whether I'd recommend it.

Completed in 2017

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I would recommend it to a friend if you want to study nursing with a institution that has s good reputation however there was a lot of disorganisation and a lot of errors the admin team made with students results.

Completed in 2017

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I wouldn’t recommend it to a friend due to the course administration and course co-ordination being unorganised and there was no consistency in how students were treated across the board. I found that they didn’t treat each student equally.

Completed in 2016

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