Deciding what you would like to do after you finish school can be a very hard decision. There are so many courses (and professions) to choose from and of course it's hard to know what university is like if you have never been there.
Campus Challenge at UWA is a great opportunity to check out what uni is like and to get an idea of some of the courses that are available.
Campus Challenge is a week long camp at the University where you get to experience all aspects of uni life from living at one of the residential colleges to participating in all sorts of academic, sporting and social activities.
During the week you'll participate in academic classes including lectures, laboratory sessions, workshops, research and experiments - all the kinds of things a real Uni student does.
The classes are taught by UWA lecturers who are experts in their area which may be Radio Astronomy, Law, Animal Biology, Engineering, Multi-Media Studies, Business, Physics and Arts .
Campus Challenge has something for everyone with the opportunity to discover fields that you may not have even considered before.
The busy Campus Challenge schedule is not all academic - there are loads of sporting and social activities too such as rock climbing, rollerblading, circuit and fitness classes, yoga, a quiz night and even lawn bowls.
In the evenings there will be plenty of entertainment including movie nights, quiz nights, and even roller hockey.
Campus Challenge gives you an opportunity to see what it's like to live away from home as you'll be staying at Trinity, one of the residential colleges at UWA. You'll also be provided with all your meals.
After spending a week at The University of Western Australia you'll have a good idea of what uni life is like - and, hopefully made new friends and had lots of fun in the process.
When: 4 - 9 July 2010
Where: The University of Western Australia
Camp Fees: $550 (Funding assistance is available to some students. If you would like information about obtaining financial assistance please contact Wanda Warlik on 6488 1450 or at [email protected].)
Enrolments for Campus Challenge are limited, so if you are interested contact Daniel Ogle on 6488 7935 or at [email protected].