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Griffith University

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Deepthi

Deepthi

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2021

Architecture (General)

Masters in Architecture

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5
WRITTEN ON 29 MAR 2019

Masters in Architecture in Australia

The Univeristy in general is a very pleasant space and they give you the right amount of work load and they schedules are distributed evenly over the whole trimester... My education consultant Ashmeet from Delhi really helped me in understanding more about the university and also helped me with settling in and the visa process which really helped me in focusing on my big move and not worry about the other things major things .... 
The university is vast with so many options and a cafeteria to replenish yourself at every corner . Everything here around the uni is at student friendly rates and I got myself back into my fitness regime. There is enough time for work and fun here. 
The architecture department is really more reality oriented and hands on when it comes to designing a space ... they have well equiped labs with laser cutter and 3d modelling equipments at your disposals.. The classrooms and labs are open all night long for your use and if your on a late night call designing in your studio and want to get back home after that but are a bit scared ... there is a security at every corner willing to help you get back safely to your home . 

This has been a real woth while experience for me and I am still exploring and discovering myself and the new country too.. I hope i have helped in a way to clarify your thought but just wanted to put a good review for Hotcourses and Ashmeet for helping me with so much ease and making this big dream of mine become a reality with no hassle ... 
Thank you πŸ˜„πŸ’›

The Univeristy in general is a very pleasant space and they give you the right amount of work load and they schedules are distributed evenly over the whole trimester... My education consultant Ashmeet from Delhi really helped me in understanding more about the university and also helped me with settling in and the visa process which really helped me in focusing on my big move and not worry about the other things major things .... The university is vast with so many options and a cafeteria to replenish yourself at every corner . Everything here around the uni is at student friendly rates and I got myself back into my fitness regime. There is enough time for work and fun here. The architecture department is really more reality oriented and hands on when it comes to designing a space ... they have well equiped labs with laser cutter and 3d modelling equipments at your disposals.. The classrooms and labs are open all night long for your use and if your on a late night call designing in your studio and want to get back home after that but are a bit scared ... there is a security at every corner willing to help you get back safely to your home . This has been a real woth while experience for me and I am still exploring and discovering myself and the new country too.. I hope i have helped in a way to clarify your thought but just wanted to put a good review for Hotcourses and Ashmeet for helping me with so much ease and making this big dream of mine become a reality with no hassle ... Thank you πŸ˜„πŸ’›

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Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2013

Bachelor of Forensic Science/Criminology and Criminal Justice

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4
WRITTEN ON 19 JUL 2009

Griffith - Nature's School

Its really quite enjoyable and my degree is going to be really interesting as are the other degrees offered by this university. 
The most important advice i would give would be to first come before the start of your first year and walk around and through the campus as it is quite large. Buildings are hidden amongst trees and other places. 

Its really quite enjoyable and my degree is going to be really interesting as are the other degrees offered by this university. The most important advice i would give would be to first come before the start of your first year and walk around and through the campus as it is quite large. Buildings are hidden amongst trees and other places.

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