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The University of Tasmania (UTas) has 3 main campuses around Tasmania. including Sandy Bay (Hobart), Newnham (Launceston) and the Cradle Coast.

We have a range of University of Tasmania reviews from students across the two main campuses as well as from different topics like Health, Arts, Education, Commerce, IT and Science.

Based on the UTas reviews, here's some of the advice and tips that we hear from students:
Keep on top of your workload because it can be intense, time management is very important;
Be prepared to work hard and independently;
Make use of the University services to help your study and your health;
Take on as many opportunities as you can - it's great to make friends;

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Positives: The pracs are really good

Negatives: Units don't work with each other and everything is always due at once

My advice to future students is: Keep on top of everything

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Positives: Good resources available, supportive lecturers, practical experience

Negatives: Some of the assignments and learning material seems irrelevant

My advice to future students is: It’s a very full on course with a lot of work, and goo...

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Positives: Great lecturers

Negatives: My law units clash with my ICT units, resulting in having to watch lectures at a later time

My advice to future students is: Calendar for assignments

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Positives: Small class sizes mean more one on one time with tutors and knowing lecturers very well

Negatives: The uni is a bit caught up in beurocracy and the head of music at the time was very focussed on the one thing he liked (gospel music) ...

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Positives: Menzies is a fantastic resource

Negatives: Online units are terrible.

My advice to future students is: Be prepared for a work load

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Positives: Communicating with teaching staff is almost always great. They're always willing to provide extra support when needed

Negatives: Assessment structure isn't great. There's too much emphasis placed on long, time consuming research pape...

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Positives: The content is always relevant and particularly in the Bachelor of Arts degree, each week there is also a lot of information.

The teachers are engaging and know the subject intimately and so deliver a good learning experience.


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Positives: A lot of freedom to choose units within major and minor as well as student electives.

Negatives: Compolsary breadth units that really don't help you with your degree at all. (Though I believe they have changed some of this now)


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Positives: The positive aspects of the course were the units that offered an opportunity to problem solve and apply knowledge that you had gained over the duration of your studies. The lecturers are competent and have varied experience in numerous...

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Positives: Acquire, critically evaluate and reflect on theories and practices of sustainable business.
Communicate information and decisions in multifaceted formats, to diverse stakeholders, while working independently or in teams.
Generate entr...

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