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31 January 2011 @ 10:47 pm
31 January 2011 @ 05:39 pm

24 hours - more than school - fml
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24 January 2011 @ 11:09 am
Apparently the Great Firewall of China doesn't block LJ.
B Science / Computer Science

^ will be adding one more subject, to be decided. Not as beautiful as Christine's but best I could do since I got in late
Unfortunately it seems that every one of you are doing Commerce of some sort, so no shared subjects (not even Jeanne because I think you do MATH1151 for acturial?) EDIT: Maths tutorials shifted - applied for talented students tutorials
04 September 2010 @ 11:31 pm
UNSW Lectures Info for Annie:

Asian Studies / Languages / Etc
Available areas of study:
Asian Studies
Chinese Studies
Indonesian studies
Japanese Studies
Korean Studies
Translation & Interpreting

Recorded rest of the lecture (missed out on first half an hour - linguistics or something - sorreh )
Excuse the crappy quality.

Co-op scholarship
I was late again, due to my lack of spatial direction. I recorded a few minutes (http://www.easy-share.com/1912147974/Coop.wav - probably not worth downloading) and then my phone ran out of memory. Had to shift stuff to memory card, but cbb so just wrote some stuff:
* Approx 70 out of 700 get it (79/707 according to the flyer I downloaded though)
* They may ask you about your course preferences if you seem to choose stuff all over the place (hi Annie), i.e. they want to know that you're passionate
* You're not obliged to work at the company, it's more of a mutual checking-out-of people to work for/employ
* You sacrifice your holidays working. But it pays off - know managers at companies, good for references or even job
* Leadership training (leadership camps - one is 3 days 2 nights)
* Cross-program events
* Meeting sponsors
* Academic benchmark = credit average. Receive a warning if fail. A few have higher benchmarks, e.g. Actuarial needs discinction
* You are able to take a year off at overseas unis, counting as part of uni degrees, it's flexible but depends on your area of study, talk to your course coordinator
* Something about the course needing to be your first preference
* Weeks of training - depends. Business programs usually study and work at same time. Engineering more flexible, internships usually not during study
* Double degrees - they're working on it with the different faculties at the moment, it's "possible" but don't count on it

International exchange / Something

Stuff I wrote down before recording:
* Something about taking 1 year to organise an exchange
* Need to maintain a credit average
* Need to have completed one semester at least
* No additional tuition fees or time added to degree (but you need to fund yourself. There are scholarships, but they're not freely money giving like Macquarie, unfortunately)
Recording: http://www.easy-share.com/1912147959/International.wav
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02 September 2010 @ 12:00 am
And got a LiveJournal.

(Not really, I'm only here to stalk.)
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