University of Wollongong - UOW reviews

(4.17) 47 reviews

University of Wollongong - UOW ratings

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A bit more on University of Wollongong

The University of Wollongong (UOW) main campus is located approx 80kms south of Sydney in Wollongong, NSW. The Uni also has several other campuses including a Liverpool Campus (South West Sydney), Sydney Business School (Circular Quay, Sydney), regional campuses in Batemans Bay and Bega and an Innovation campus in Wollongong.

We have a range of University of Wollongong reviews from Undergraduate and Postgraduate students across varied topics including: Computer Science, Design, Commerce, Arts, Education, Engineering, Health, Nursing and Science.

Based on feedback from UOW students reviews here's what future students should consider:
Ask early if you're unsure about something;
Make group work easier and better by making friends with people you're studying with, they're not the competition;
Be active in the university community - get involved in Uni clubs, activities, societies and networking events;
Try to get hands on experience in your field while studying;
Ask plenty of questions - put your everything into class discussions;
Watch out for parking.

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Positive: the course was informative and relevant for the current CS environment. Negative: too many assignments as an assesments.

My advice to future students is: maintain your focus as some of the coursework may appear dry.

Completed in 2018

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Positives: The course thus far is thought provoking, interesting and are good at for getting a career.

Negatives: If you already know the basics you may find the starting subjects boring, sometimes the tutors have conflicting information, and there might not be external information you can use.

My advice to future students is: Make sure you can use a computer beforehand.

Completing in 2020

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Positives: The practical parts of the course are challenging and a good learning experience. Lecturers and tutors are very helpful and knowledgeable in their subjects. There is STEM events to allow students to network with potential employers and other students.

Negatives: Some parts of the theoretical subjects are only explained in technical language making them difficult to understand. The assignments sometimes have vague/ambiguous criteria and need to be clarified by the lecturer or tutor. The group projects can be difficult when members are unresponsive or not willing to put in as much work as the rest of the group.

My advice to future students is: It is better to ask about anything you are unsure about early. Try to find likeminded people when doing group work, communication is important.

Completed in 2019

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