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Choosing the right university course

Choosing the right university course is very important for you, because it is most likely to determine what you will do in the job. Past students have been awarded the diploma: from 1965 to 1965 to 1965 the science

  • and the above combined grades (combinations).

    We'll briefly talk about career opportunities that lead to our recommendations for each grade and degree. " Which course do I have to choose from?

    Contrary to the choice of HSC subjects, there is no effect on dimensioning or specific" rules. "The University is purely self-explanatory – choose the course or courses you are interested in. In HSC, you are very well in economics and usually enjoy the subject, choose Commerce or Economics at the University. If you really enjoy chemistry or biology, target medicine, medicine, pharmacy, optometrist, physiotherapy or There are many opportunities for each and every one of the different goals.

    We do not have a specific recommendation on the extent to which you choose it unless you have to choose the course you are really interested in. High Pay or Contribute you'll be fine if you choose something that you are good for. It makes no sense in trade / law or in other highly demanding courses, just because the UAI was 99 years old but has no interest in trade and / or law. Students who do this usually regret their choices in a year or two, while students who choose their degrees based on their interests tend to perform better and perform better in the diploma and future careers. There is no substitute for motivation and natural aptitude to do something you like and whatever you do, if you do well, you will get what you want (regardless of whether it is a big salary, recognition, contribution to your field, etc.)

    Some Frequent Grades

    • Trade

    Trade is one of the most common course students to choose from. This is a good choice and probably most career opportunities. The most popular commercial disciplines at renowned universities include accounting, finance, actuarial studies (UNSW) and marketing. There are other, less common, major publishers.

    Trade is the degree to which you choose whether you are an accountant or a financier (working in a bank) or marketing (advertising). The cost of this type of work is great, and there are infinite number of jobs that fit all kinds of tastes and interests.

    Generally speaking, UNSW is NSW's most respected business school, so if you want to take this course, we recommend UNSW as one of the best universities offering this degree. USYD, Macquarie Uni and UTS are universities offering reputable commercial courses

    . Trade UAIs range from 94 to 96 for UNSW and USYD and are lower for other universities. Like all references to the UAI required, check the UA cuts posted by UAC every year on UAC's website as it varies slightly depending on supply and demand.

    • Actuarial Studies

    Actuarial studies are ideal for those who are good at math and want to apply it to university studies and their future careers. Actuaries are people who work for large insurance companies who use complex mathematical methods to calculate insurance premiums.

    A general misunderstanding on people in the course is that they will act at the end of their degree. This is most often not the case, as the actuarial workplaces are of low quality and most graduates work in finance, finance new financial products in financial planning, etc. This can be a fairly lucrative area, especially if part of a quantitative team is in an investment bank.

    Actuarial degree at Macquarie University is traditionally the most recognized actor. At the same time, the UNSW actuarial degree is also very popular and the UNSW is generally a well-respected university (especially international), we suggest that the actuation is part of the UNSW trade diploma.

    The required UAI 95+ for the UNSW commercial level, or slightly higher than the Macquarie University degree.

    A very lucrative career is led by law. Law graduates are inclined to take the most money in the long run (yes, even medicine is less!) Students who want a lot of money in their future care are advised to look for a law, even if they do not want a lawyer at last. This is because large commercial companies (banks, investment banks, investment firms, bookkeeping companies, trading companies, etc.) Employers strive to look for graduates to fill higher paying graduate jobs. Graduates are usually high quality, smart, social, well-spoken and dynamic people, and employers know this.

    Although the skills you put in the law are largely irrelevant (unless you are a lawyer), employers are usually the fact that you know that you are smart enough to make a law. It's like coming to the fruit market and picking apples from the premium container because you know that the apples you choose will be a top quality apple. For the same reason, sometimes medical professionals are hired by investment banks and management consultancy firms (very rewarding jobs) simply because employers know that every student who has the law or medicine is very clever and capable. 19659009] We therefore suggest that you get 99+ UAIs and want to trade, you can combine it with the law. It is a great advance for your future career.

    USYD and UNSW have the same reputation (these are the best), followed by UTS, then Macquarie, and then elsewhere in the law. In order to be able to legislate in UNSW and USYD, UAI needs to be acquired in the mid 99s. According to the UTS Act, this is about 97.

    • Medicine

    If you have a strange interest in biology, chemistry, and helping others, then this is a course you might consider. However, we recommend that you do not choose medicines for the money. This question will be discussed a little later.

    It was long ago that the medical batch was based exclusively on UAI. However, it has grown so high that the universities agree that UMAT exams and interviews are used as additional selection criteria. Officially, at the reputable universities, the minimum UAI for medicines was 95, but median entry for reputable universities was traditionally low in the 99s. This is in line with the UMAT and the interview criteria, so medical science can be said to be the most competitive course.

    However, as mentioned above, we recommend medicine as an optimal choice if you have large amounts of money in your career. The simple fact is that you will not make large amounts as long as you are not in the 30s and in the present value (do you remember consumer arithmetic in the 10th year?), This is not worth the trouble. For the same UAI (and since you are sufficiently enlightened to reach 99 +), it's better to put strong skills into a law degree (see above). Jobs in law firms, investment banks, and other highly skilled jobs may potentially be multiple times that an older physician can do.

    Nevertheless, take this advice with a salt grain, because as we said at the beginning of the page, you only get what you want if you are interested in what you are doing. Therefore, if you will enjoy the doctor, do it. You are very satisfied and your pay is very high in all respects.

    Approved universities offering medicines, UNSW, USYD (probably the best), Monash and Melbourne University. The University of Western Europe has recently launched its own medical faculty, so if it has been dead in medicine but has not reached the sufficiently high UAI, that is a consideration. Keep in mind that the transfer between courses is easy after entering the university (later explained)

    • Other Health Courses

    As mentioned earlier, medical science is a highly sought-after and easy-to-access most competitive university diploma. There are alternatives. In recognized universities, Optometry and Vet Science need about an UAI of 98, pharmacies need about 95, medical science should be about 93, and physiotherapy is much lower and more accessible

    Ha you would like to receive a medication, but you do not get the required UAI or UMAT scores, then one of these health courses and transfer through university or graduate courses, depending on the rules of each university.

    • Engineering

    Engineering is a career oriented, quantitatively inclined people. There are many engineering areas (mining, materials, oil, etc.), and mining in Australia results in the highest paid and natural jobs. Choose this course if you are interested in physics, chemistry and / or mathematics (especially mechanics).

    Another very popular choice for Aeronautical Engineering is USYD. The misconception here is that graduates are inclined to work with airlines to design aircrafts and flat parts (high-speed aerodynamics). This is a clear career option, but aeronautics allow car manufacturers to design aerodynamic exterior parts for cars (so-called low-speed aerodynamics).

    The UAI required for the course is very wide. Some of the higher UAI courses are Aeronautical Engineering at USYD, which is about 92, and Aerospace at USYD, 99+.

    • Mathematics

    If you have great interest in math, choose this course at the university. A general misunderstanding is that these courses (including science and arts) do not lead to strong career opportunities. This is not true. In mathematics, there are finances that pay very well, since math graduates often become actuariors or financial engineers. The thing is that whatever you need does not require any specific degree (for example, if you want actuaries, you do not actually need an actuarial degree). There are professional bodies (such as CA, CPA's Accountants, AIAA's Actuaries, Law School Attorneys, etc.), Which define the exams and their own criteria. Basically, if you have the ability to go to your exam and meet the criteria, you can do this career.

    Many math graduates work in engineering, computing, banking, insurance, and other quantitative-analytical jobs. Only a small proportion of math graduates are universities (scientific research areas) as lecturers and researchers, as most people tend to think.

    The math grade UAI is usually low, as the demand is not too high for these courses. However, do not be fooled by the fact that there is no connection between the UAI entrance and the difficulty of the course. As many people say, mathematical degrees (with the engineer and the sciences) are very difficult and challenging, but they are very much appreciated by those who are interested.

    USYD offers a BScience (Adv Math) degree that includes NSW's brightest university students. The required UAI is approx. 98.

    • Science and art science is good if you are interested in any science (chemistry, physics or biology). If you have more than one human personality and enjoy topics such as English, Ancient / Modern History, Languages, Social Science, etc.

    We recommend that these subjects be taken to more career-oriented degrees than trade, engineering, law, and so on. Courses are great in the sense that they give you a taste of the second grade and have a wider academic qualification that will help your career, whatever it may be.

    The required UAI for these courses is generally very accessible to reputable universities. In general, USYD is somewhat better than UNSW, for both the arts and the science fame.

    A 3 year old single-stage, 5-year double degree

    A single or 5 year-old DOUBLE degree at the University. According to our experience, it can only be combined if the second degree gives the value to the career slots. For example, if you choose to trade and think about combining it with the arts, ask yourself what you want to extract from an art science. For example, a good reason to combine is to study languages ​​and to work overseas.

    One of the things that students have to consider is to figure out combining a degree with 2 full years of graduation. The double degree is 5 years (some exceptions where 4 years and some are longer). Extra HECS fees for extra 2 years should not be taken lightly. Think of college if you pay 60%! You should also consider the cost of a 2 year labor market (lost chance). If you started two years ago with your 2 year career, you should also consider whether or not the final decision on combing is worthwhile.

    Jobseeker overestimates what we think. University graduates with universal degrees (eg straight BCom) will eventually get the same tasks as those who have combined (eg BCom / Science).

    We therefore propose that the general rule be combined only when necessary. Ask people who went to university and have completed the levels you think. Ask them if there is any tangible benefit in combining grades, career opportunities, starting positions, starting payments, etc. With respect to your choice and decision based on counseling, you will be excited about your university degree after 3-5 years of graduation, you can choose another year where you can (usually) research into a specific area of ​​your territory and at the end of the year a long thesis with the findings. The degrees of honors are awarded on the basis of the modified degrees of normal degrees. For example, if you did a law and a medal, then LLB (Hons) would be.

    Employers consider the award to be very favorable as it indicates that the graduate has a deeper and more specialized knowledge in his field. In general, honoring is gradually better seen than in a combined degree. The view is that anyone is able to combine (just get the UAI needs) but not everyone is pretty bright to have an honor diploma. That is why this is another reason why we recommend choosing a course that you will really enjoy – because you will be good.

    What if I do not get the UAI I need?

    Do not be afraid. Relocation within universities is relatively easy. The transfer between universities or universities involves a rank-based designation similar to the UAI. 25% of this score will be based on the most recent UAI score, and 75% will be based on your university WAM (weighted average), which is basically done at the previous university.

    does not get the required UAI for the course you want, so we recommend choosing a course you're good at. If you choose something you are not good for, you can not get enough WAM to move to the desired course

    Typically, the most popular courses in renowned universities are characterized by a distinction of average (WAM> 75) after your first year, to successfully pass the desired course for the second year. We also recommend that you create a course closely related to the degree you want to acquire.

    For example, this very popular use of the technique to legislate on USYD or UNSW (because not everyone can get 99+ UAIs) must first sign in at these universities. Once you are in business, in your first year, while everyone else takes part in a party, you study hard and score the Distinction average. After the first year (2 semesters), this WAM and the UAI, which are high enough to be traded, must be sufficient to successfully pass the law.

    How difficult is Distinction's average? It's surprisingly less difficult than humans. Remember, the university is not like HSC, where it is forced into English and 3-4 other subjects that are completely different. At university, assuming you follow our advice and choosing something that would be good, you have to choose four themes for every fear, and each subject is related to the general subject you are interested in. There is no compulsory subject, and there is no need for topics that have nothing to do with each other (eg History and Physics), all you have to do is focus on topics you are likely to have. It is a fact that the High Distinction average (WAM> 85) is well accessible for some students as long as they are learning, listening to the classroom and asking for help if needed. 19659009] We're all on this journey once and we're always glad to give you advice. Our team consists of people who have acted in law / conduct / trade / art / science and many others. Everything can be said about the transfer criteria and what to do in order to maximize the chances of getting into the desired track even after the end of the HSC. To find out more about the articles mentioned in this article, ask the question in the general section of the student forums.

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