I'm doing this with a Bachelor in Economics as well.
Positives: For Economics, I think that some of the lecturers are really great at explaining concepts. For most classes we get sufficient preparation for exams through tutorial questions and assignments. For International Relations there are some engaged and innovative lecturers out there. One course that I am taking this Sem allows us to pick our own combination of assessment which is really exciting and different.
Negatives: For Economics, a lot of the tutors are unengaged and not particularly good at explaining. For International Relations, a lot of the compulsory courses are very similar in content.
My advice to future students is: If in the degree already: Look at SELT reviews before picking a course. Do SELT Reviews. Read up about the course and talk to people who have done it before when you are choosing courses (unless it is compulsory). If you are planning on studying at ANU: Do thorough research beforehand, talk to people about their experiences.
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