Posted November 29, 2018 12:10:12If you’re a student at a university and are thinking about getting a degree, there are plenty of programs that offer the option of applying for an A**.
If you need help getting an degree you can do so at a range of universities.
However, there is one major university that has been known to be the most generous in terms of its students’ access to a degree.
According to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the University of Technology Sydney has a higher number of students who have obtained a degree than any other university in the country.
The university has a record of more than 40,000 students enrolled and a total of 5,600 students enrolled in the A* level, the highest number of A* students in the nation.
However the university also has a relatively low percentage of its undergraduates who have achieved an A*.
It is the second highest in the national category with 7.5 per cent.
The university also boasts a very low number of undergraduate enrolments of just over 1,500, which is just a third of the national figure.
The numbers are similar for graduates, with only around 1,300 graduate students in Australia, compared with the national average of 3,500.
The University of Sydney has been one of the most supportive of the students’ education programs in recent times.
It has provided over 1.8 million students with access to postgraduate programs, including around 1.6 million students in postgraduate courses offered through the university’s Postgraduate Programs Network.
The network is the largest of its kind in the world, with more than 30,000 courses and up to 3,000 graduate students, many of whom are Australian citizens.
“We think that it is important to offer a very high level of support and we have taken the opportunity to make sure that we offer the opportunities for people to access postgraduate education through the University’s Postgrad program,” Associate Vice-Chancellor Peter Macdonald said.
“It is a very important program for students to study and get a qualification that they are interested in, and that’s where the university is at with Postgrad.” AAP/ABC