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160c8f864b65d2070569aaac2b528fa8 Nugget 95
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Bachelor of Health Science @ UWS

I am currently at the university of Western Sydney at the Campbelltown campus and I'm really enjoying it, I am finding the teaching of an...

reviewed on May 9, 2014
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175c277f16aa37eefbb76f0de0b8b4fb Jess
Australia
Bachelor of Social Science @ UWS

I love that there's a whole lots of opportunity to get involved in clubs, and lots of study support like PASS programs and UWS Mates. The...

reviewed on May 8, 2014

Recently celebrating its 25 year anniversary, the University of Western Sydney (UWS) is ranked 87th in the world on the 2014 Times Higher Education top 100 universities under 50 list. With six campuses throughout greater Sydney, UWS offers students professional development, international exchange placements and industry experience opportunities. UWS is particularly recognized for above world class standard research in plant biology and cultural studies students experience practical skill and theoretical knowledge development in preparation for employment or further studies. UWS offers an engaging and active community to its 40,000 students.
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