The University of Western Australia has made nearly 4,300 offers for undergraduate courses this year - the most the University has ever made.
The number of offers has risen by 6 per cent from 4039 in 2008 to 4297 this year including 621 offers to students in rural WA.
UWA Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Bill Louden said the higher number of offers was due to overall increased demand for UWA courses.
"We've managed to keep cut-off scores at similar levels to last year, despite increased demand in areas such as Environmental Design (Architecture) and Science.
"Medicine, Dentistry and Law continue to experience strong demand, and we've made more offers in courses such as Music and Education - particularly the new Primary Teaching degree. Demand for other courses remains steady," Professor Louden said.
UWA offers will be delivered tomorrow and must be accepted online by next Friday (January 23).
Students will be able to find out what they've been offered from the TISC website http://www.tisc.edu.au/.
Second round offers will be released on Tuesday February 3.
Students can find more information about enrolment and orientation activities at UWA at http://www.unistart.uwa.edu.au/.