These valuable study tips (courtesy of the Aspire UWA team) will not only help you learn to study smarter (not harder) and stress less during Year 12 in the lead up to your WACE exams, they will also assist once you commence university studies.
This year's Beazley Medal winner, Katerina Chua, is among ten of the State's highest-achieving students who have accepted UWA Fogarty Foundation Scholarships to study at The University of Western Australia.
You don't have to spend the first weeks of your well-earned summer break worrying about the impending release of WACE results - we're here to help. To get a head start on your holidays, you may wish to register for our Year 12 TISC information session.
Are you an aspiring designer or keen to develop your creative skills? There is still time to enrol in the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts' (ALVA) annual Design Studio for School Students, which will be run during the summer school holidays.
If you were under the impression that work experience only involved stamping brochures, endless filing and simply observing...think again! How about interviewing top UWA researchers one-on-one, compiling articles for a University newsletter and seeing your work published? For five aspiring science journalists from Shenton College and St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, that's exactly how they spent their week.
UWA Business School marketing student Glenn Langridge was given the opportunity to work closely with Google employees and learn intensively about sales, marketing, presentation and, of course, about Google when he attended a three-day Google AdCamp in Sydney earlier this year.
Broadening units are free-choice units that must be taken from outside of your chosen undergraduate degree area. They may complement your degree-specific major, or simply add a fun or interesting dimension to your studies.
As an example, second-year Bachelor of Science student Marc Smith (pictured) has chosen to complement his Sport Science major with broadening units in the areas of Archaeology, Marketing and Education.
Get Centum-creative to win! ‘Centum' is UWA's Centenary mascot for 2013. Popping up all over the world, our ‘100' is helping us to celebrate our 100th birthday and our ranking as a World Top 100 university*. Now is your chance to get in on the act - you could win a HERO3: Black Edition GoPro Camera, or one of our weekly prizes!
UWA offers more than 400 scholarships every year to undergraduate students from all walks of life. In 2014, there will be in excess of $4 million in scholarships available to undergraduate students to assist them to realize their potential.
Semester 1, 2014 applications will soon be opening, and current Year 12 students at WA high schools will receive the 2014 TISC Guide within the next couple of weeks. We've compiled a list of six things to keep in mind before you submit your application through TISC.
If you are aged 20 years or over by 1 March of the year you intend to commence university, you qualify for one of our mature age pathways. Mature age applicants considering applying to UWA in 2014 may wish to attend our upcoming information evening on 3 September.
Self-belief and determination - backed by scholarships and support services - can help rural students overcome perceived barriers to further studies, Hedland students recently discovered when The University of Western Australia visited their classrooms earlier this month.
Nearly 200 students from high schools across Perth had the opportunity to experience a 'Day in the Life' of a UWA student at our Crawley campus in the July school holidays. Among them were prospective architects, budding engineers and tomorrow's business leaders.