If you would like to organise an event in 2009, either at your school or at the university, please contact one of our prospective student advisers on 6488 2477. Our schedule can fill up fast and so we encourage you to contact us as early as possible.
Our team of advisers are committed to providing high-school students and their families with information to help them make decisions about their future.
The Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OZCLO) is a competition for high school students that UWA is organising in 2009.
Linguistics is about the nature of human language. It's concerned with what languages have in common and how they are different, including how they are structured, how they are learnt, how they are used in different cultures and societies, and how they change over time.
From 2009, science and mathematics (including statistics) have been classified as "National Priority" areas by the Commonwealth Government. This represents a big reduction in fees (student contributions) for students undertaking studies in science and mathematics.