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Old 08-25-2016, 07:51 PM
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this is a generic answer for anyone wanting to know about universities in Australia.
I'm doing my BA with honours and moving on to a masters. I'ts in my opinion, after attending Monash University, Melbourne University and a university not considered to be one of Australia's best - University of new England, that there is no real difference in curriculum or anything really. In fact, I'm liking UNE's subjects a lot more. The only let down is the limited languages, I attended Monash for Korean and Melbourne at the same time for its Russian. However (at least as a citizen) UNE allows you to do your course or a trimester via distance, which is helpful if you have to go live overseas for a year like I did!

However, I'm going to transfer back to Monash for its masters program - I feel like that's where it really shines.

In summary - pick where it suits you for undergraduate, get good grades and transfer somewhere good for postgraduate

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JEM Management Training

If you are looking for a good Managnent Training institute then JEM Management Training could be a better option for you.


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Can someone recommend any good/affordable universities for Computer Science Master in the Sydney area?


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Looking for recommendation for masters by research programmes - business/management/human resources/conflict resolution related Thanks


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Old 04-08-2017, 06:47 AM
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Hey! Has anyone studied at James Cook uni, Cairns?


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The ranking of the university comes via job absorption rate. The more and more graduates are offered Job soon after completion of a given degree....The higher they rank.
Please check out the universities graduate hiring rate......
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Surely there are opportunities; the question is what are you going to do, getting a job first and then find a university or vice versa.


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