Tens of thousands of prospective students and members of the public will visit The University of Western Australia this Sunday to learn more about one of the best teaching, learning and research institutions in Australia.
UWA Vice-Chancellor Professor Alan Robson said Expo was an important opportunity for the University to present the campus to the community and enable prospective students and their families to explore career options, research opportunities, scholarships and entry requirements.
"Our University is recognised internationally as an excellent teaching and research institution," Professor Robson said. "The high standing the University enjoys is the result of a commitment to quality and excellence."
Members of the Retravision Warriors and Western Fury teams will show off their cricketing skills at The University of Western Australia as part of Expo 2008.
The Warriors and Fury will give a demonstration in the nets at James Oval and sign autographs from 12 noon till 2pm. UWA has sponsored the Retravision Warrriors pre-season tour of India since 2006.
More than 20,000 attended last year's Expo. Course information will be available in faculty displays and through information sessions repeated throughout the day, from 9am to 4pm. Students and staff will be available to discuss individual needs and study interests.
Facilities such as UWA Student Guild, the Berndt Museum of Anthropology and UWA Sports will be open while prospective students can also find out about the many other exciting programs and activities on offer. Highlights include a lunchtime concert by the UWA Big Band at 12 noon on the Great Court, in front of Reid Library. For more information visit: http://www.expo.uwa.edu.au/