“i would honestly like to say that studies of law course is a fantastic experience but it requires a serious commitment for someone to be able to make some breaks through and that is one thing I would be advising anyone if I may find myself advising someone in the nearest future.”
“This was a great course unfortunately due to career circumstances of my husband I was unable to finish the course. I then let it lapse and am still sorry for doing so - I should have sought support to stay in - perhaps less units at a time that way I would definitely complete the course as I enjoyed it very much - studying is easy in terms of travel and times available for both internal and external as well as online students.”
“The course organisers really do their best to provide as much support to external students as possible, understanding the difficulties faced with not being face to face. They even take the time to travel interstate to hold meets with students who are conveniently located in other states' capitals. Quality of the online portal is not always reliable, and I wish lecturers had assistance to organise online content better so that content is placed in an organised manner and grouped methodically, with consistency.”
“Excellent University, Friendships, great work life balance, however the Online environment can be daunting - you really are on your own & must rely solely on communications to survive - strive to succeed & the rewards are limitless.”
“Even though I was an online student I felt valued at CDU and I wasn't invisible like I could have been at a larger university. There is also extensive support available for online students which was appreciated.”
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