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NoMad955214dMonash? Swinburne? La Trobe? Or others?
NoMad955214d@WowRep get the job, pick 2 units each semester and talk to your tutors to not join classes but hand in assignments. Swinburne is not as anal about working students so you may be able to manage something. (Fair warning: my information is old)
Side hint: Monash and Melbourne uni were absolutely anal about that. I hope they lose all their students to RMIT even with substandard teaching practices.
I'm not really knowledgeable about AU education or work at all.
But that job sounds like something you'd hope for after you're done with school anyway.
I'd try to find a way to do both, work, and part time school to finish.
You're so close yo finishing the degree. If possible, take the job and just slow the pace down for your studies
WowRep1013dThanks for the input everyone.
I'll see if I can get something to work like that :D