They didn't ask me if I was satisfied. :(
Most universities have what you described. I think UTS is the only one with the bustling city part because it's kind-of spread out in the city.
Get Internet at home. Use the Internet on campus for campus purposes. Also, last time I was near building...
I would probably take 141/142 if I was you. So long as you get 65+ in 142 (and if not, you'll need to take 162 in Summer), you'll be fine for second year maths.
Though physics... perhaps 187/188 is good for you. Based on marks though, maybe 141/142 is doable. :)
Java is not a first year language. It's a quick language you pick up during your studies after you learn a language that requires you to manage memory. :(
Teaching people Java first teaches people to be sloppy programmers. :(
Without reading the whole thread, Arts graduates are very employable. You have the skills to learn something new quickly and can use them in all sorts of settings (not necessarily working in what your major is, but working with the skills - reporting - you picked up throughout your degree)...
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That's what the careers fair is there for.
Well, that and to assist those who aren't graduating to get an idea of what they should do in order to be ideal for one of these opportunities.