If you are a student in Year 12 and wish to get advice on UWA's courses, admission requirements and how to structure your TISC preferences accordingly, we are running a free evening information session on 28 March 2012, followed by a repeat session on the 29th.
The four day annual Summer School Studio was held this month for Year 12 students from WA schools. Aimed at students interested in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture and urban design, the studio provides a taste of life as a Bachelor of Design student.
A group of 3rd, 4th and 5th year architecture students is currently in India, working in a collaborative studio with students from the School of Architecture and Planning, Anna University, Chennai. Their common goal is to address design problems relevant to the contemporary Indian context.
While the majority of the University is closed over the Christmas and New Year Holiday period, the UWA Admissions and Prospective Students Office will be open to help answer any queries about entry requirements and changing TISC preferences. The office is open on the following days:
Congratulations to all Year 12 students upon the completion of your WACE exams and high school studies. To help alleviate any confusion or anxiety in the lead up to the release of your results at the end of December, UWA will be holding a number of free information sessions focusing on TISC applications and preferences next month.
Are you going into Year 12 in 2012? Are you a keen or aspiring designer? Applications for the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Visual Arts’ Annual ALVA Summer Studio are closing on 16 December 2011.
The Linguistics Discipline at The University of Western Australia is excited to be offering Communication Across Cultures and Languages, an Arts Broadening unit (Category A and B) which can also be taken as an elective in second semester 2012.
We understand that the application, offer and enrolment process for university can be a little daunting. To help you make sense of everything, we'll be running a series of information sessions from October to December.
A UWA engineering qualification combines practical and theoretical learning in an exciting and engaging environment that will make you a sought-after graduate, with an internationally recognised qualification.
To find out more about how to become an engineer, come along to one of our free Engineering Information Evenings and talk to us about commencing you engineering career at UWA.