Being a university student

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University propels you into a professional career.

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University propels you into a professional career. Bachelor degrees take at least three years full-time - many take four. Youíll have the opportunity to learn a lot of underpinning knowledge and complete some practical work too.

With thousands of courses offered over many campuses, choose the one that best fits you. Consider each campus against your own criteria:

  • Full-time, Part-time or Online
  • Length of course
  • Location and Accessibility
  • Accommodation
  • Fees, material costs
  • Assessment methods
  • University facilities
  • University services
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • Destination stats and career outcomes


Lectures, libraries and holidays

At university, youíre in total control, so bring loads of initiative with you.  Youíll plan your own schedule, attend large lectures and smaller tutorials, seek out your required assignments, adhere to strict due dates, accomplish professional research, and manage your study load with hours of self-directed learning.

The biggest shock to school leavers is that nobody tells them what to do, or when.  Be prepared for this, and actively manage yourself and your assignments.

Check in with yourself after the first semester and seek advice and support early if youíre struggling. Consider changing courses or taking a leave of absence.

University is a long-term investment in YOU. Itís vital you decide and commit to this choice. If you do, youíll thank yourself later in life.

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