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Old 30-10-2020, 09:34 PM
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... and yet I have one-upped local uni undergrads - nay, local uni scholars for internships and FT offers.

If you know, you know. Cry
Cool story, can't even get into a local uni and somehow has better career prospects that uni scholars. What field are you in? Toilet cleaning?

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Cool story, can't even get into a local uni and somehow has better career prospects that uni scholars. What field are you in? Toilet cleaning?
No point being bitter here, but you know what? I really do pity you so yeah sure, toilet cleaning if that helps you sleep better at night I guess

Quit obsessing and spend time working on yourself dude. Perhaps then UOL grads wouldn’t be “stealing” your spots eh? Cheers 😉

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No point being bitter here, but you know what? I really do pity you so yeah sure, toilet cleaning if that helps you sleep better at night I guess

Quit obsessing and spend time working on yourself dude. Perhaps then UOL grads wouldn’t be “stealing” your spots eh? Cheers 😉
We all know how impressive SIM graduates are, after all they managed to gain acceptance into a course with such stringent requirements as having a pulse. Most SIM students i've come across can barely string words into a coherent sentence. Also, these distance learning degrees aren't real anyway, I put them on the same tier as the University of Phoenix.

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is this guy srsly still whining in a SIM-UOL thread?
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Old 31-10-2020, 11:27 AM
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Uni these days really skimping on the self esteem lessons
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Local U grads, please GTFO this thread if you have any shred of human decency. Some of you are seriously rotten. Put yourself in the shoes of a private U grad: Imagine going through 15 or so years of rigorous education, only to end up with a SIM degree (i.e toilet paper). No wonder why they are so bitter. Very low to put them down. I'd probably kill myself if I were in their situation.
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woah first time seeing this thread and all i see is this nincompoop spouting nonsense. Life is too short to deal with this empty vessel
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Well, for starters I was from RMIT, in UOL. Did part time during NS(so shaved off a year), and full time for the next. 2 years in total. Went to Melbourne to graduate coz why not? Also would be nice to graduate on a month that differs from the norm of RMIT students in SIM. Haha, yes.. obtuse but it worked? Now working in a Govt agency. $3.8K starting. 1.5 years in : )

2 years of “private” Uni for this. Did I mention, private diploma holder from SIM
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Well, for starters I was from RMIT, in UOL. Did part time during NS(so shaved off a year), and full time for the next. 2 years in total. Went to Melbourne to graduate coz why not? Also would be nice to graduate on a month that differs from the norm of RMIT students in SIM. Haha, yes.. obtuse but it worked? Now working in a Govt agency. $3.8K starting. 1.5 years in : )

2 years of “private” Uni for this. Did I mention, private diploma holder from SIM
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In SIM. Sorry. Typo.. what was I thinking. 🥲
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This is the hierarchy. Very simple.

T1 (brand name uni): Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, Stanford, Oxford, Cambrdige
T2 (good uni): NUS/NTU/SMUand overseas reputable unis U of Hong Kong, U of Tokyo, U of Toronto etc
T3 (meh uni): Overseas tier 2 uni like U of Bath or U of Tasmania
T4 (laosai): DL degrees and overseas trash unis

SIM UOL fits in T4. It is laosai. End of argument.
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