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-Danyan- said:
Hey everyone, ive been switching between engineeing at UTS or UNSW, which is better,

P.S- I dont mind difficulty


Also, is there any other career path which should yield loads of money in the near future even thrugh hard work, except heavily finance based jobs, ie. investment banker
heard UNSW is better for engineering

actuarial has good prospects, if you're up for it....
 

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Argh BOS halp me.

Not sure whether to do International Studies/Law at USYD or UNSW.
UNSW had better rated law in the 2009 Good universities Guide, and their intl studies is more established, plsu most my friends are going there
USYD has a more pretigious law degree, and a new law building for 2009. I've also been given a 6k schoalrship there. But their intl studies is new for 2009.

Which one? Transport is not an issue.
 

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International Studies is not a new degree in USyd. Its just a culmination of the International Studies and Global Studies into one degree. I'd choose USyd based on the what degree you're combining Law with i.e. Arts or International/Global Studies.
 

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jenamblegirl said:
Nice to know that somebody else is doing something nursing related....
B Nursing at Newcastle

WOOHOO! someone else doing the same as me (hopefully!)

Just to re-iterate:
B Nursing at Newcastle for me too :)
except with a gap year, so 2010 start for me
 

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simonloo said:
Not sure whether to do International Studies/Law at USYD or UNSW.
UNSW had better rated law in the 2009 Good universities Guide, and their intl studies is more established, plsu most my friends are going there
USYD has a more pretigious law degree, and a new law building for 2009. I've also been given a 6k schoalrship there. But their intl studies is new for 2009.

Which one? Transport is not an issue.
that's a hard one. if i were in the same situation as you i'd take Sydney cos of the $6k scholarship...that's a lot of money, plus my older brother did law and economics at Sydney.

so it's either friends or the money.
 

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B commerce - Actuarial Studies double degree @ Macquarie University (still deciding on which double degree - Science, applied finance, or economics)
 

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simonloo said:
Argh BOS halp me.

Not sure whether to do International Studies/Law at USYD or UNSW.
UNSW had better rated law in the 2009 Good universities Guide, and their intl studies is more established, plsu most my friends are going there
USYD has a more pretigious law degree, and a new law building for 2009. I've also been given a 6k schoalrship there. But their intl studies is new for 2009.

Which one? Transport is not an issue.
i'd go unsw, because its courses are more flexible and structured.

and to above, B. Int'l and Global Studies IS a new course. combining two previous courses hasn't been done before and there would be kinks to iron out so i'd definitely take UNSW's int'l studies program.
 

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You are correctus. I am doing International Studies/Law at University of No Sexy Women.
 

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i already got in on early entry!!!
didnt even need my UAI!!!
 

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