The University of Western Australia's Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team is taking on its first international project with a venture that aims to empower women and families living in the slums of Kenya through education and economic support.
Did you know that The University of Western Australia has the second largest pipe organ in WA? Or that there are 184 steps to go up the University Clock Tower? These are some of the fascinating facts you may learn through a campus tour.
Students at The University of Western Australia are provided many opportunities to further develop their skills and enhance their university experience. For Daniel Sully, a UWA student, he was able to travel to Japan at the end of last year as part of the Mitsui Educational Foundation (MEF) Study Tour.
Last month a record number of students entering Years 10 and 11 from the metropolitan area and regional towns including Broome, Esperance, Albany and Karratha, registered to attend the 21st annual Science Experience for a three-day science fest from January 18 to 20.
A great way to find out more about the area you're interested in studying is to speak to people who are already studying it, and to check out the facilities these students use in their course. You'll get to do all of this - and much more - if you attend UWA's A Day in the Life of a Chemistry Student or A Day in the Life of an Environmental Science Student.