University of Sydney

University of Sydney

Student reviews of University of Sydney courses


University of Sydney

University of Sydney courses

Average rating of 540 course reviews

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(540 reviews)
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Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2009
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
Not very flexible subject choices in third year (was difficult to do any subjects from infectious diseases, medicine, immunology, couldn't major in Microbiology due to compulsory subjects). Best theory and practical experience was during honours year. Prior to this, hands on experience is broad and quite shallow. Academics involved with subjects where less students enrolled (less than 50) were generally better tailored, much more involved and greater learning experience compared to subjects with large student intakes.
Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2008
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
An excellent introduction to the difficult world of academia. Academics with very high standards generate excellent work, though the student experience is highly dependent on the supervisor.
Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2011
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
The course has provided me comprehensive knowledge on both accounting and commerce, besides, it is an efficient way to obtain two master degrees in a reasonable period of time. I was doing professional accounting and finance when I studied in the University of Sydney, enables me a better chance of getting various jobs in different systems. Overall, it was great experience studying in such a beautiful campus and I had awesome times spending there.
Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2014
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
Excellent multidisciplinary course with coursework from across all faculties (e.g. Policy related course conducted by Law Faculty, Energy related course by Engineering Faculty, Health and Sustainability related course from the Medical Faculty etc.) The capstone research project which is a work placement research ties together all the learnings and gives a more practical experience to the whole course. Totally recommended to those interested in learning more about sustainability.
Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2012
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
For a master's course, no one was interested in networking and the school has become a money greedy institution.
Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2014
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
Lack of support, structure, little real-life application. Did offer research for distinction students which was a plus.
Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2015
Study modeBlended
Student review
It was a good course. My only issue is that since you are the fee paying student, and have to travel for face to face intensives, there is no flexibility at all. The lecturer was quite stern if you were late because of interstate travel issues out of your control. I would recommend you seriously consider the commitment before hand as the travel and accomodation costs are very expensive.
Published Sep 2018
Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary BioscienceUniversity of Sydney
Graduation date2013
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
Great course! In the fourth year the course is split into different streams, the animal production major is what i chose and its conducted at a satellite campus in Camden - this was by far the best year of the course and living on Camden Campus for this was the best part of the degree!
Published Sep 2018
University of Sydney
Graduation date2010
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
Good for ppl with no finance backgroup, but it’s comparatively easy for those who already had finance foundamental knowledge.
Published Sep 2018
Master of EngineeringUniversity of Sydney
Graduation date2010
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
It's a good course generally speaking, especially for those who got a undergraduate background in other field like science, thus you got a chance to be transferred from a scientist to an engineer or even both. but there is tremendous improvement to be done in the future in order to make it suitable for the students to find a proper job in the market~

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