Are you keen to explore your creativity? The Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts (ALVA) is pleased to introduce Fine Arts as a new major within the Bachelor of Design, starting from 2015.
UWA's Crawley campus was a hive of activity during the July school holidays, with nearly 250 students in Years 11 and 12 attending four separate ‘A Day in the Life of a Uni Student' events. Budding architects, keen chemists, prospective engineers and business leaders of tomorrow all enjoyed the opportunity to explore their areas of interest with a variety of hands-on workshops.
The following information was well-received by last year's Year 12 students, so at the risk of repeating ourselves (and your teachers), we've reproduced it for the Class of 2014.
Semester One, 2015 applications will soon be opening, and current Year 12 students at WA high schools will receive the 2015 TISC Guide within the next couple of weeks. We've compiled a list of seven things to keep in mind before you submit your application through TISC.
Sixty high-achieving Year 12 students from around the State were the first to trial The University of Western Australia's latest initiative to help arm school leavers with a better understanding of the opportunities available to them to enhance their professional futures.
If you are looking for an excuse to take a brief, but well-deserved break from your WACE textbooks over the July school holidays, you may wish to consider one of the many events we have lined up for prospective students.
If you are feeling a bit daunted at the prospect of applying for university later in the year, you're certainly not alone. In order to help alleviate your confusion or concerns, we are offering information sessions which provide advice on UWA courses, admission requirements and key dates you should be aware of in 2014.
Here is your chance to get the inside scoop on what our Prospective Student Advisers are up to on any given day! Follow us on the road during our regional trips, see the UWA Campus in a different (lo-fi) light, or you may wish to tag yourself and your friends in any images you take while attending one of our on-campus events.
What did you get up to in the summer holidays? The ConocoPhillips Science Experience allowed 164 high school students from 75 schools across the state to enjoy "an amazing and eye-opening experience" at UWA's Crawley Campus over three fun, science-filled days in January.
If you're already counting down the days and looking for a fun way to spend the April school holidays, or would simply love the opportunity to get a sneak-peek into your future life as a uni student at UWA, why not register for one of our ‘Day in the Life of...' events?