Positives: Location, versatility and fast tracked
Negatives: The quality really
My advice to future students is: Do your research about the uni and attend lectures before hand if you can
Positives: Absolutely stunning location with minimal students in each class. This allowed all students to more effectively engage and contribute more to their learning experience.
Negatives: The campus requires you to wear business attire to all classes. This was more so painful on the significantly warmer days. Also, this campus also has an attendance register, whereby you have to attend more than 85% of the classes in a particular course to pass.
My advice to future students is: Great location to learn and network. However, quite costly, so make sure you know what you want to study!
Positives: Positive aspects included collaboration with other students, access to industry professionals, flexibility in timetables, case studies of real and current organisations and business situations, utilising technology when learning and taking notes during lectures, I also enjoyed open book exams as I feel exams are often a test of your memory, not so much your overall knowledge and understanding.
Negatives: I found lecturers often got distracted and ventured off on tangents during class (this was a thing I was able to avoid while studying via distance learning). I hated group work - people within my group never put in the effort that I wanted to get good grades, so I would often have to do an entire group assignment by myself.
Commuting to University was horrible and finding parking.
My advice to future students: If you pay attention during lectures and learn along the way, your last minute “cramming” for the exam will be nowhere near as stressful or demanding.
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