Frequently Asked Questions
What will it be like to study at a Regional Campus?
Studying at a regional campus is quite different to being at a large campus like Wollongong campus. At a larger campus there is always the problem of becoming lost in the crowd. Study through a regional campus has more web-based interaction than presently is the case with study at a larger campus. At the regional campus you will become part of a group, or team of students, studying and working directly with your tutor, as well as independently. Because the classes are much smaller than those at larger campuses it is necessary for everyone to be prepared, and to participate, in classroom based work.
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