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HappyBella55 wrote:I originally started at University of Queensland (UQ) studying law but hated it with a passion lol so I transferred to Queensland University of Technology (QUT) studying Bachelor of Business majoring in HR and Marketing and I love it.
it all depends what you are looking for in a uni. All uni's have their good points and not so good points .
I've never heard of the Universities you have listed (maybe cos I'm a Queensland girl lol) Anyway if you love the gold cost Griffiths University and Bond University are there but I can't really tell you much about them.
Only thing I can suggest is to do as much research on each uni, what accommodation is available either on campus or off and maybe see if the degree from that Uni has international recognition? (not sure if that is relevant)
Best of luck - when you have an option as wide as you do it can become quite hard.
kate_turner2000 wrote:ive heard of the uni of western sydney because i used to live down near it. i also have a friend studying psychology there. its a very multicultural area to live in so i am sure that anyone from anywhere would fit in happily
what are you going to do about accomodation and living and uni expenses etc?
matchbox wrote:well i live in perth so i am very biased hehe. i go to murdoch university, i think that's really good. i have a lot of friends at curtin and i've always loved curtin - would have gone there but they didn't have the course i wanted it is a very good uni if you're thinking about perth
Bread-Monster wrote:Monash university is internationally recognised and has campuses all around the world. I remember seeing a campus that was in Iran.
However...you don't really want to go there unless you intend on doing Commerce, Medicine, Engineering, Science or Law.
Melbourne University is very prestigious and Melbourne was the second most liveable city in the world. We have nicer water than anywhere else in Australia and you can experience all the climates from around the world in one day!
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