Positives: 1 Amazing professors
2 Great infrastructure
3 Active student life and student bodies
Negatives: 1 not many
My advice to future students is: Travel before masters
Positives: LNG market is booming in Australia specially up north lot of new LNG projects with major operators Icythys, woodside, exxonmobil, chevron, haliburton and shell. Middle east countries always in demand for Petroleum Engineers. Well it’s a good specialisation specially for one who want to go in upstream oil and gas sector.
Negatives: The line is bit specialised if someone not experienced in Oil and Gas sector hard to get entry and with this degree no one hires in other related sector like offshore and chemical plants. My suggestion is to go in this sector if you have gained some experience so that you can use of qualifications and experience both.
My advice to future students is: Analyse your degree, past experience and wish to pursue. You may have to live in remote areas if you get successful after degree. Well, it’s one of the most lucrative sector always. I suggest you to check course contents also whether it’s updated to the current requirements or operations and also the professor experience before taking any step.
The positives is that there are 200 others in the same course just as willing and keen to be involved in uni along side you. Generally the uni schedule is well planned and the load isn't stressful if you are motivated to study. Negatives include not articulate lecturers and ENSC1001 wasn't designed thoroughly enough to prepare us for the future.
My advice to future students is: Take advantage of all your resources and especially get involved with all your classes and faculty events
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