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Zhao Lin

Zhao Lin

from Malaysia

Diplomas and Certificates

Year of graduation 2015

Music

Diploma in Music

Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)

Malaysia

2039 Views

WRITTEN ON 15 APR 2020

The best music college in Malaysia

Best music education for me! Learned very helpful composing & arranging scale I learned while studying in MIA. There is a good learning atmosphere, the students get along very harmoniously, and the teacher is very kind and attentive in teaching music knowledge. 
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Sam

Sam

from Malaysia

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2023

Agriculture / Catering / Leisure Services Teaching / Training

Open University Malaysia (OUM)

Malaysia

24585 Views

WRITTEN ON 13 APR 2020

A great place for working adults and people who don't know what to study.

If someone who does not know what to study after SPM/STPM I highly recommend they study here so that they will not commit 100% to something they dislike at an expensive university which is too intense for them. While studying here you  have the freedom to explore your own interests and develop new skills outside of university (e.g. drawing or learning a new language). You can even enrol at another university/institution later after you find your place of interest while studying part-time in open university Malaysia.

Enrolling into this university has been one of my best choices ever made but it is noted that every university has its own culture and it is not for everyone. 

Reasons People who should enroll in this university
MQA recognized degree. Some degree is even recognized by JPA.
People who just want to upgrade their qualification
People who are like me who do not wish to commit to full time program. Freedom of choice
Syllabus are greatly structured into a module guide, no expensive textbooks to buy. (A huge plus)
Administration is relatively simple and straight to the point (A huge plus as many universities are plagued with red-tape and administrative problems. ECRM service by Open University Malaysia solves literally most of the problems I faced.
No favoritism among students and lecturer.  (A HUGE merit for me) You don’t him and I don’t know her.
One of the most affordable private undergraduate programs out there.
The assignment is uniformed and simple to understand. (Mostly essay between 2500 words-3000 words) and a question to answer.
People who want alternative education.
The pace of study is decided by your own. (you can take 2 subject – 4 subjects per semester based on your own free time)
Group project is almost non-existent (except MPU Community service). Thus, you would almost never face any drama among students.
Attendance is not compulsory and does not have a blacklist like other universities. Thus, saving time and energy.


Reasons People who should NOT enroll in this university
The course is mostly online studying which means you study by your OWN.
You study the materials based on your OWN understanding without relying on others. No spoon-feeding. 
Online e-tutor (forum) are hit or miss sometimes. You get the excellent ones sometimes or they may never even reply. 
Tutorials are almost non-existent as the university is moving towards online learning. Thus, no tips for assignment. You do by your OWN.
If you yourself want a fulfilling and prestigious degree. Look elsewhere as the education here can be lacking at times.
If you are looking for a “world-class” education, then look elsewhere. Seriously
If you have a rather competitive spirit and want to prove something to others. I suggest that you go to an institute that can provide the necessary facilities that fulfill your needs.
You want to enter a “real university” with a vibrant campus lifestyle.
You cannot redo your assignment once you hand in like in other universities. You can only pray to the system or the lecturer on the other side to give you high marks.  


Overall, Open University Malaysia have fulfilled most of my personal criteria of choice.  While it has many drawbacks on its own like many other universities. I found that open university Malaysia gives me the freedom that I need to explore with other places of interest and develop new skills elsewhere. 
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Franceska

Franceska

from Albania

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

Marketing

Marketing Management

University of Chester

UK

14062 Views

THE World Ranking: 1001

WRITTEN ON 9 APR 2020

Life changing!

The University of Chester is different! I mean that and every day it has shown me how student-focused it is! It offers all the opportunities that help students to build their future and be career-ready. The relationship with the tutors and all the attention that the students get is what makes Chester stand out! All the staff are always there for you! 
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Mariero

Mariero

from Philippines

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2023

Food Science / Technology

PhD

Massey University

New Zealand

100425 Views

THE World Ranking: 501

WRITTEN ON 8 APR 2020

Current PhD Student

The school is the top university for Food Technology. You will be amazed how excellent they are in research and with very good links to the industry. The Manawatu campus houses the Riddet Institute (excellent Food Research Facility) and many more food labs. I love the campus so much, they have a vast playground for sports enthusiast and if you love nature, the place is simply captivating. Also, Palmy is a quiet city, perfect place to study, and there is a free bus around the city!
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Ugochi Maryann

Ugochi Maryann

from Nigeria

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2020

International Development

International Development Studies with International Relations

University of Chester

UK

14062 Views

THE World Ranking: 1001

WRITTEN ON 8 APR 2020

My University of Chester Experience

This is my fourth year at the University of Chester (1 year Foundation programme and a 3-years undergraduate degree). Undoubtedly, this has so far been the best four years of my life. My experience at the University of Chester has being AMAZING! 

The institution is strategically located in such a way that meets the needs of both a social and a quiet students lifestyle. The  modern facilities, which are evident throughout the university, has really made my learning experience enjoyable. I have also had very good encounters with the lecturers, who are always ready to help and support students throughout all aspects of their academic life.

I 100% recommend the University of Chester to anyone considering it.
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Sigurd Lind

Sigurd Lind

from Norway

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2022

International Relations

University of Chester

UK

14062 Views

THE World Ranking: 1001

WRITTEN ON 8 APR 2020

A friendly, personal, and rewarding experience

University of Chester is not a large university, nor is it significant compared to the "elite" universities. However, UoC has this charm, where you feel well received and truly welcome. 

Staff are extremely friendly and truthful, and not once have I regretted my decision to study at UoC.

If you are looking for a hidden gem, University of Chester might be for you.
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Mina

Mina

from UK

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

Sports / Movement Science

Sports Biomechanics

University of Chester

UK

14062 Views

THE World Ranking: 1001

WRITTEN ON 8 APR 2020

University of Chester

The faculty has got professional lecturers and staff, The laboratories and equipment are up to date and available for students to use. The environment is really friendly and every one is very helpful. University is really helpful in careers and employability for the students
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Tiffany

Tiffany

from Australia

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2020

Human Resources Management

Commerce

Deakin University

Australia

69480 Views

THE World Ranking: 301

WRITTEN ON 6 APR 2020

Would not recommend

Some of Deakin's services are good and so are the lecturers.  However, the quality control is so bad that it seems to move towards decline.  In my HR major, much of what is taught (as well as an entire unit) is redundant.  On top of that, the assessments are so poorly structured that you're so focused on passing that it interferes with you getting a job.
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Karanjeet Singh

Karanjeet Singh

from Canada

Diplomas and Certificates

Year of graduation 2020

Business Management Software (Use)

Business

M College

Canada

2475 Views

WRITTEN ON 1 APR 2020

Best Experience

I would recommend M College to everyone as it provides a lot of facilities to students and also the location of the college is very good. College staff help us in every situation and we didn't face any sort of problem . 
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Rajat

Rajat

from Canada

Diplomas and Certificates

Year of graduation 2020

Business Management Software (Use)

M College

Canada

2475 Views

WRITTEN ON 31 MAR 2020

My Best Experience

M college is the best option for all the students as there are many services provided by the college. Also the college is located close to Gurudwara Saab which is very beneficial. The teaching staff are also very helpful and cooperative.
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