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Old 23-02-2021, 12:44 AM
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Unimelb perceived low quality in Singapore? Really? I see linkedin profiles they are not doing too bad.

Why does that perception exist?
In Singapore, UOL rep over Unimelb. UK > AU

Plenty of UOL alum in banking if that is where you wanna go.

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Old 23-02-2021, 01:01 AM
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Unimelb perceived low quality in Singapore? Really? I see linkedin profiles they are not doing too bad.

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Lack of brand name.
Unimel = hobart university = alice spring uni = darwin uni

To the average singaporean, any aussie universities is regarded as the same.

Just like the australians wont care whether it is smu/nus/ntu/sutd/suss

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Lack of brand name.
Unimel = hobart university = alice spring uni = darwin uni

To the average singaporean, any aussie universities is regarded as the same.

Just like the australians wont care whether it is smu/nus/ntu/sutd/suss
Not true, even in GO8 there are tiers. Top 3 are Melbourne, Sydney and ANU. Second tier UNSW and Monash. Last tier UQ, Adelaide and UWA.

Outside of GO8, best to save your money and do private degree.

There is a reason why majority of Singaporeans who study in aussie choose to do so at Melbourne.

Australia situation is very different. They don't care about SG degrees because very few aussies study in our local unis, therefore no recognition. It's not because NUS/NTU are not seen up to par, or vice versa.

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Not true, even in GO8 there are tiers. Top 3 are Melbourne, Sydney and ANU. Second tier UNSW and Monash. Last tier UQ, Adelaide and UWA.

Outside of GO8, best to save your money and do private degree.

There is a reason why majority of Singaporeans who study in aussie choose to do so at Melbourne.

Australia situation is very different. They don't care about SG degrees because very few aussies study in our local unis, therefore no recognition. It's not because NUS/NTU are not seen up to par, or vice versa.
Sorry to burst your bubble, a sinkie that studied in an aussie uni even anu is regarded as someone whose parents are rich but didnt do well in poly or a levels, hence couldnt make it to sinkie uni.

Because sinkie use a level results cut off to judge how good a uni is.

There is no doubt that aussie unis cut off is far below nus/ntu

Few unis are more selective than sinkie unis for sinkie

Exceptions are really just your standard hypsm + oxbridge

But a caucasian aussie that studied in aussie will regarded as amdk and be well respected, however a local sinkie that studied aussie may not
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Sorry to burst your bubble, a sinkie that studied in an aussie uni even anu is regarded as someone whose parents are rich but didnt do well in poly or a levels, hence couldnt make it to sinkie uni.

Because sinkie use a level results cut off to judge how good a uni is.

There is no doubt that aussie unis cut off is far below nus/ntu

Few unis are more selective than sinkie unis for sinkie

Exceptions are really just your standard hypsm + oxbridge

But a caucasian aussie that studied in aussie will regarded as amdk and be well respected, however a local sinkie that studied aussie may not
Business course at Melbourne cut off for sinkie a levels is ABB. Higher than NTU and SMU. Lol.
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Old 23-02-2021, 02:22 PM
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Business course at Melbourne cut off for sinkie a levels is ABB. Higher than NTU and SMU. Lol.
Pay International student fee even BCC also can get on, you stupid or what?
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Pay International student fee even BCC also can get on, you stupid or what?
BCC for arts course.

I see your prestigious local unis are so prestigious to you, not because they are objectively difficult to enter, but because or your severe down syndrome.
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Old 23-02-2021, 03:18 PM
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BCC for arts course.

I see your prestigious local unis are so prestigious to you, not because they are objectively difficult to enter, but because or your severe down syndrome.
Too bad for you, have fun applying for jobs in Singapore with your lower than SIM Melborn degree
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Too bad for you, have fun applying for jobs in Singapore with your lower than SIM Melborn degree
What is Melborn?
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Too bad for you, have fun applying for jobs in Singapore with your lower than SIM Melborn degree
Lol. Are you one of those sims who believe their uol degree to be better than top aussie unis? Lol please say you are, cant wait to abuse you
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