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The University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne (Unimelb) is based in Parkville, the inner city of Melbourne. We often get comments about the beautiful main campus, in case you get a chance to attend an open day.

Melbourne University has simplified some of its undergraduate degrees compared to other universities. There are plenty of majors available via these courses (like Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, etc) and therefore, we have a lot of reviews for these areas.

Looking through the reviews of the uni by students, we often hear:
it's important for undergraduates to really try and get an idea of their major and choose it wisely;
attend lectures and tutes and participate to get the most out of the experience and to get a better mark;
keep up to date / don't fall behind;
Some recommend considering practical experience outside out uni.

Read through the reviews below to drill into further details.

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Positives: There's no better options in Australia

Negatives: Few job prospects and the lecturers and tutors are mostly hit-or-miss

My advice to future students is: Go to the US or UK for commerce

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Positives: Applies to the real world and is useful for building realistic skills and knowledge for future business

Negatives: Maths 😕 - can be dry

My advice to future students is: Do the weekly materials so you don’t fall behind

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Positives: I like the flexibility and range of subjects, the professors and tutors are highly skilled, the campus has some lovely buildings, the people in the course are great

Negatives: Some bad buildings/classrooms, sometimes hard to meet peo...

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Positives: The cohesiveness of the cohort, the detail and effort provided by the lecturers and tutors, field trips are well planned and informative and the resources are great

Negatives: We don’t get a breadth subject and we have lots of contac...

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Positives: Information provided, learning about things relevant to life (Finance), learn about things that are happening in real world (eco)

Negatives: Sometimes difficult to understand complex ideas, complex ideas require lots of work to fully...

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Positives: 1. That I get to explore many of my interests at a tertiary level, each with possibilities of taking further into post graduate studies

Negatives: 1. The lack of direction and general vocational vibe

My advice to future students i...

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Positives: clear explanation

Negatives: not that practical

My advice to future students is: for research the uni is pretty good but for practicality, other uni is better

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Have chance to choose whatever subjects you want and keep options open. Subjects are difficult and need to work at very high standard to achieve good score.

My advice to future students is: Have an idea of what you want to do

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Positives: We were able to learn with same like minded people and be taught by one of the best lecturer

Negatives: Need more practical aspect and learning

My advice to future students is: Make most of your time in Uni, build a lifelong relat...

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Positives: I love how they use many case studies and the lecturers are engaging

Negatives: Little guidance and help

My advice to future students is: Go to lectures and study them well as they are important.

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