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Positives: The student teacher ratio for arts courses are generally quite low compared to business school courses, this enabled me to learn better as the lecturers and tutors have more space and time to address our needs.

Negatives: As ANU is a...

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Positives: Manageable workload and great range of subjects that are stimulating.

Negatives: You need to work hard to excel in this course.

My advice to future students is: Communicate to senior students, mentors or professors on your future ...

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Positives: Content can be interesting, if you give yourself enough opportunity/time to apply yourself to the assessment. The problem solving assignments are interesting. And you make friends easily because you are all suffering together.

Negati...

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Positives: In law, you have great lecturers, well structured courses, diversity in courses so it doesn’t seem like you’re always doing the same thing. In security again you have great lecturers and tutors, interesting courses, and the college of a...

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Positives: Not as big as other unis so you can get more accessible help. Includes a systems engineering minor to make you more employable.

Negatives: It's really broad so if you don't like certain aspects (eg. mechanics or electronics or system...

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Positives: Great lecturers, great support, challenging material

Negatives: NA

My advice to future students is: Get ready early and be prepared for hard work and an amazing education!

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Very practical. Awesome skill development training, in a bunch of areas/communication platforms. Super fun.

Negative aspect = if you come from a previous work environment, ie not a graduate it’s a step backwards in professionalism.

My advic...

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Positive: My degree definitely really challenges me and my ability as I would regard it a very large step up in terms of detail of content. It pushes me to think outside the box and re-think things I just accepted in high school.

It is a very ...

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POSITIVE - I'm really enjoying the content and it's exactly what I expected and what I wanted to study.

My advice to future students is: take a gap year

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I'm studying a flexible double degree in Archaeological Practice and Arts.

Excellent and knowledgeable lecturers, amazing hands on opportunities both in Canberra and abroad. A really supportive university where it is encouraged to do your best ...

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