Positives: the lecturers seem to know their content. the tutors are helpful when asked questions. lab really allow us to apply the knowledge we have learnt during lectures
Negatives: sometimes there are too many submissions in one time, not enough time to revise certain course content
My advice to future students: manage time well, learn to be independant and willing to research a little more into the course content. prepare ahead of lectures
Positives: The course let me learn almost all aspects of engineering
Negatives: The course made me go through other aspects of engineering that I don’t necessarily like
My advice to future students: Be optimistic and don’t procrastinate.
I'm doing a Flexible double degree.
Positives: Interesting, thought provoking, multi disciplinary, addresses some of my interests (problem solving), flexible (in regards to second degree taken)
Negatives: Difficult, rigid (not many elective courses), less technical (mainly systems engineering), time consuming
My advice to future students is: Look into what majors and second degrees you want to do in depth so you have a relatively good idea of whether they are both compatible and what you want to do.
Positives: Learning on theories and application to be ready in the working life
Negatives: Too much assignments
My advice to future students is: Do your assignments and be patience
Positives: The facilities provided are quite good
Negatives: They should have wider options of subjects
My advice to future students is: Get to know your passion before deciding on the course
Positives: it is challenging and up-to-date which produces good students
Negatives: some lecturers just teach insufficiently that students could not do better in examinations
My advice to future students is: just be active and not to procrastinate
Positives: lecturers explain very well
Negatives: not much practical in engineering courses
My advice to future students is: have to survive by yourself by self studying
I find that the major offered, particularly Renewable Energy system, is a field in engineering that is often overlooked and the fact that it is available in ANU shows how much they care about the environment and the impact it has on future generations. One downside is that there are not a lot of job opportunities, especially where I'm from (Malaysia), catered for those taking this particular major.
My advice to future students is: If engineering is your passion, great. You should always go for your dreams. But you can't just dream it, you have to be able to do it. And with engineering, there are a lot of skills you have to master (especially mathematically) and you cannot just laze around and expect to get good results.
Decide carefully so that you won't regret your decision. Do what you want to do. Do not do your work at the very last minute. Be alert on the updates of your work and be prepared to work with others.
My advice to future students is: Enjoy your life. Everything just gonna be okay.
The course is a bit hard to organise since the subjects have a lot of dues overlapping especially during week 10 to 12. But overall, the course is very helpful yet tiring.
My advice to future students is: Organise and mange your time well and do not procastinate
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