How is the academic life at this university/college? The course I pursued at INTI being Cambridge International A Levels was an all round enriching experience. From a comprehensive syllabus to an enthusiastic faculty, students are nurtured in a self-directed environment that is structured and interactive, looking well beyond the prospect of examinations to prepare students for tertiary education. Basic facilities are provided to allow easy access to course material through Blackboard, which makes up for a not so well equipped library that is both small and tends to be rather noisy during peak hours. What are the students like? The course mates in my cohort were generally friendly and aren't hesitant to acknowledge each others presence outside the classroom. When in the classroom, everyone's usually more than willing to help their peers if within their means though you do get a bit of healthy competition every now and then to keep you on your toes. What do students do when not studying? Tell us about the social and sports life. So there's a big emphasis on team sports at the college, if you're into floorball, basketball, badminton, etc. There's also a decent range of clubs and societies to pick from, though there isn't necessarily something for everyone here. What is your overall opinion about this university/college? A Levels at INTI was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Having successfully completed the course, I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who's interested in the course. Student feedback is taken very seriously through appropriate channels which means the faculty is constantly looking on to improve itself, though I'd love to see the course expand on the subjects available to students since it's currently only limited to the Sciences, Law and Business Studies.
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