With final exams on the horizon, students across QUT forced to study have suddenly regretted shitting on creative industries students.
While the jokes were fun at the beginning of the semester, the realisation that CI Students don’t have to do exams has suddenly changed attitudes.
Though they may be avoiding a lifetime of paying off debt with a minimum wage job, the current prospect of not having to do a constitutional law exam is almost enough to convince struggling students to make the switch.
One CI student commented that “it’s great. We get to book holidays at the end of October while regular students are having break downs in the library”.
In related news, emering reports have speculated that QUT’s plan to demolish Gardens Theatre, thus leading to protests, was an attempt by the university to give CI Students something useful to do during exam block.