Fairway UWA is a comprehensive support program which aims to provide disadvantaged students from any school in the state with an opportunity to build upon their attributes and abilities, improve their motivation and develop their true potential in their final year of secondary schooling.
A Bachelor of Arts degree should not be confused with a degree in Fine Arts or Visual Arts. At UWA, a Bachelor of Arts currently offers 25 Undergraduate majors across a diverse range of study areas in the humanities and social and cultural studies, including Music and six European and Asian language majors.
In conjunction with the upcoming release of the UWA 2013 Undergraduate Prospectus, the Prospects e-newsletter will be undergoing a slight makeover and name change.
The e-newsletter for teachers, year coordinators and career advisors will be called "Horizons" and include a fresh look and new features including Student Testimonials. Look out for the next edition in the coming months!
If you are a Year 12 year coordinator, teacher or careers adviser, encourage your students to register for our free evening information session on 28 March 2012. A repeat session will also be held on the 29th.
If you have students in Years 11 or 12 who would love to find out what it's like to be a student at UWA, then they should consider registering for one of our popular ‘A Day in the Life of...' events.
These free events provide high school students with a valuable insight into a typical day at university, with a number of interactive and informative workshops to participate in. The following sessions will be run in the April school holidays: