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Subject: EURO30006 A Taste of Europe: Melbourne Intensive

4 Comments on EURO30006 A Taste of Europe: Melbourne Intensive

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Steven said : Jul 17, 2017 at 12:13 PM

I took this in 2015 - great subject, and not too intensive for a summer intensive. Involves some group work and an excursion, and covers some really interesting subject matter about the history of European cuisine.

Anon said : Feb 25, 2018 at 8:51 AM

I found this subject hella boring (I am a science student and did it for an easy breadth) but you can get it done in 2 weeks and there's no exam. The lectures/readings/tutorials are more or less irrelevant to most of the major assessment topics. I'd recommend looking at the essay (50%) topics before the subject starts, shortlisting a few that you might do so you'll know as you go through the course which readings/lectures will be relevant. Also you can credit this subject into some language diplomas which is pretty wild

Ri said : Oct 26, 2020 at 1:24 PM

Pretty good subject. Nothing overly complicated about the context but it was a little challenging to figure out what the teachers wanted from the assignments. Met some cool people here as the tutorials are very relaxed and there's a lot of group assignments/discussion.

Sasha said : Nov 07, 2020 at 6:48 PM

Really good summer subject to get some credits in the holidays whilst also studying some really interesting topics. A very interesting look into European history and culture (specifically that of France, Italy and Spain) through looking at their food. Assignments were nice and varied and a little different to usual essays in arts subjects. A good subject to take if you want to get some credits in the holidays

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