Positives: They teach you technologies which will help you in real-time environment and, also make you work on industrial project..
Negatives: Some of the staff are not supportive..😞😞
My advice to future students is: CSU study centre is a good place to learn and make sure you know about subject which you are taking
Positives: This course will enable students to become highly skilled and demandable IT professionals
My advice to future students is: Students who wants to achieve a better IT professional, this is the course for them👍
Positives: Lots of choices for subjects units. The course had a wide scope
Negatives: I thought distance education was hard, I missed classroom environment
My advice to future students is: Make sure you leave enough time to read. Lots of reading material that can get quite heavy
Positives: I did this course online for the first time, I was a bit nervous. The tutors were exceptionally good at working with distance based students
My advice to future students is: Work hard, start early, stay in constant communication with lecturers, ask for help if required
Positives: Online so can do in own time, allowing me to work full time and study outside those hours
Negatives: A lot of the assignments are not relevant - I am currently already working in the position I am studying for (waiver) and know that this info / knowledge is irrelevant
My advice to future students is: I’d recommend looking into another uni. Have heard UNE is a lot more relevant for birth-five years teaching degree
Positives: CSU has one of the highest employment rates straight out of the course. You become so well equipped to go into the job.
Negatives: Not many practicals are provided and needing to travel to go to Residential School.
We also don’t receive financial help for this and are needing to pay for all of it ourselves. Which is difficult as a uni student.
My advice to future students is: It will be so rewarding when you complete it. You will learn so much about the animal industry and you will get such amazing opportunities
Positives: I’m doing the course that I have wanted to be in for years, and it has met my expectations and exceeded them too. I’m learning new things from a lecturer who is dedicated to her work. She allows us to give our own opinions and further learn through activities and discussion.
Negatives: In my Soc101 class the lecturer is the most biased person that you have ever met. She shuts down any opinions that don’t align with hers, picking favourites students at the same time. She obviously chooses who she does and doesn’t like, most likely because of opinions that have been voiced. A learning environment is meant to be safe, whereas in this environment we are told that we are wrong and should have a different view on things.
My advice to future students is: Do your work as it comes and don’t leave things until the last minute.
Positives: It will get in directly into the Policing academy without having to apply and hope to get accepted
Negatives: Because of the jobs opportunities it offers, you can't have physical disabilities
My advice to future students is: Make sure you have an idea on what you want to do after uni
Positives: The course structure is outlined well and you are provided with everything you need each semester to complete the subjects.
Negatives: Price of each subject plus the costs of textbooks are very high. There is minimal support from teachers when needed as there are so many students in each class. A lot of the subjects don’t relate to the career you choose. You need to be able to fit into a certain learning box to complete the course.
My advice to future students is: Take your time in choosing what course you want to do
Positive; course has 2 electives to choose from which allows freedom and particular interests/specialties. There are a few Residential Schools involved with the course due to it being an ag-science orientated course so that is good to be able to see things in the field/grasp a better understanding.
Negative; some lecturers have been quite bad - late giving feedback/ assignments/ uploading course content. I study online so that can be very difficult
My advice to future students is: Don't be afraid to ask questions, most of the time someone else doesn't understand/it will help others. Saves yourself from stressing about it - lecturers are quite handy and usually have no worries providing assistance.
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