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This unit was very interesting but also very difficult. I definitely don't believe it should be a Level 1 unit as I found it much harder than my Level 2 and even Level 3 units! The group task is HORRIBLE. It is worth 30% and is actually quite a difficult assessment. The exam was very fair and was similar to the unit outline learning outcomes. The tutors and lecturers were wonderful! Overall, the content is very interesting but the assessments were unfair.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Super interesting unit and not too hard either. The exam just comes down to understanding the content which is great if you hate studying/memorising, I just watched the lectures once (engaging and easy to follow along with) and after that I didn't need to do any sort of study. The exam questions are mostly extended answered which are literally just the learning outcomes, just have ideas prepared for each topic before you go in. Only bad thing is that there is a big group project which consists of a 4000 word report and a presentation which I found more stressful than the exams, but its only worth 20%. This was a core unit for me, but if you're looking for a good broadening unit I'd still do it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

The content is super interesting, and the whole subject area of globalisation and health is fascinating. There is a big group project which spans the whole semester which is shit if you're someone who detests group work like me. I found the mid-sem and exam pretty straightforward though, and it didn't break my back to do well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Very interesting unit, tutor was very approachable, knowledgeable, each lecture focused on a different issue that was very engaging

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018