Anyone who is aged 20 years or older on 1 March (for Semester One entry) or 1 August (for Semester Two entry) qualifies for our mature-age entry pathways, even if you have had little or no previous tertiary study.
As a mature aged student balancing full time work and study, I am able to utilise what I have learnt during my education at UWA and see the benefits in the continuing development of my career immediately.
Franklin Lough, Bachelor of Commerce student (pictured)
UWA offers a number of flexible entry pathways for mature-age students from all study backgrounds; the most common include:
How to apply
Mature-age applicants (aged 20 or more before 1 March 2016) using an ATAR, previous study or the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) as a basis of admission will need to apply online via the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC).
The Mature-age Access Program (MAP) requires a manual application submitted directly to the University. Application forms will be available on the MAP website from Monday 2 November.
For further information or to discuss your individual entry options, contact our Future Students team.