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I decided to continue to live in my local area, and travel to uni every day, this meant 4 hours of travel a day, which can be highly straining and I had to do most of my work on the bus or train. I chose to stay in my local area due to family relations and my boyfriend.
I chose this university, as it had a guaranteed atar which meant that if I received the set atar I was guaranteed to be accepted, this allowed me to be confident with acception. Moreover, Sydney Uni is the most reputable university in Australia, therefore when my degree is complete this will hopefully mean an easier transition into the work force. I chose this particular course as I’ve always wanted to be a PDHPE teacher from a young age, it’s struck everything I would want in a uni course and offers the study of another subject to teach, thus I have a more appealing application when I go into the workforce.
I live off-campus - I live in my family home with my parents. the only difficulties I have faced have been the travel to University because it is incredibly time-consuming (it takes me approximately 1.5 hours to get to USYD).
This program was my top pick during the university application process because it had interesting units that were relevant to the real world and also applied to my future job prospects as either a journalist or a marketing manager. I applied through UAC (as most high school graduates do in Australia) and was hoping I made it in because the guaranteed entry atar was 95. I also applied to Macquarie University and The University of New South Wales for similar programs, but i mostly wanted to get into USYD because of the prestige and the culture. I was nervous because the entry mark was rather high. The total credits for the program is 192 and it is four years in length. The batch size is approximately 300, however my program is relatively new.
I live off campus as I have a child to care for and prefer to live in a familiar environment and with my loved ones and prefer to have all the comforts of my own home as I am not far from the uni and didn’t feel the need to live on campus.
I opted for this one because of the courses offered there reputation location and success rates and because my friends attend here as well and told me it was a great supportive place to study and is close to home and had an excellent course on offer and is fairly priced when it comes to fees and the grounds are lovely.
It's reputation, one of the best in Australia. Through my year 12 entry score and my love of studies, dedication, hard work and desire to succeed. My high school scores were very high and I love my university and it's curriculum. The support provided . I come from a family where education has always been the number one priority.
The course description was very interesting to me post bachelors in architecture. Also, Sydney university ranks 15th in architecture in the world. I was interested in moving out of my city for a change and because I like traveling.
I particularly chose this university as it is known for its reputation and one of the highest ranking universities in Australia and the world. It has a good quality of education as well as the structure of most of the buildings played a part in my decision to go to the University of Sydney.
Quality of the science faculty and history of the university. It is top notch for academics and for the department and degree I am enrolled in. There are many fantastic research opportunities that are important to me.
I am fortunate enough to live with family during my time at University. But this does mean that I have to catch the train and bus to University each day. My course takes place at two campuses, with a half an hour travel to one campus and an hour travel to another. Cost is around 20 Australian dollars per week on travel alone. Hearing from those who do occupy their own apartments and living accommodations, they say it is ok and some are lucky to find places close to the University. But, they can be quite costly.
Highly regarded university, particularly in the field of health, which I am currently involved in. The university is known to offer one of the most high-end courses with top level teaching experience. The university holds many vital connections and is known to have one of the most highest graduate employment rates in Australia.
A great program, one of the few universities in our city that has the program running, otherwise you'll have to travel a couple of hours away to find the next university to offer the program. There are also some closer universities and they are smaller.