Be sure to join us on Sunday, 12 August for Open Day at UWA! Come along and explore UWA's beautiful campus and high-quality facilities; interact with staff and students; and participate in a wide range of fun, hands-on activities.
UWA was abuzz with activity through the July school holidays with around 250 high school students participating in one of our ‘A Day in the Life of...' events to learn more about life as a university student.
Currently studying a combination Law and Arts degree, Jon Baker remembers how his study pathway and view of the world changed after a chance selection of an Anthropology unit.
"Not knowing which major to select for my Arts degree, I chose an Anthropology unit as it seemed really interesting. Little did I know how that small choice would alter my perceptions of the world around me so indelibly!
The Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team at The University of Western Australia have won the 2012 SIFE National Championships.
The team, based at the UWA Business School, beat 23 other teams from around Australia at the SIFE National Conference and Championships in Melbourne. It was the fourth SIFE UWA National Championships win in five years.
Imagine having the opportunity to visit UWA's stunning campus - complete with the iconic Winthrop Clock Tower, Sunken Gardens, Somerville Auditorium, peacocks, ducks and other ‘Treasures of UWA' - from any location in the world!
Construction on the new student accommodation and facilities at UWA's Currie Hall are now well underway with the new rooms ready for students commencing in Semester One 2013. The new development ensures that the University can accommodate more students in affordable accommodation close to campus.
The 2013 Course Guide has just been released and will soon be sent to all WA Year 12 students studying at High School.
The new Guide provides all the information you need to learn about the courses available at UWA. It also has information about admission requirements and prerequisites, campus activities and the University's facilities and services.
Amy Steinepreis is completing her Bachelor of Arts majoring in English, French and Italian - she loves all her majors but is especially passionate about Italian. She is now completing her final year of study at the Università per Stranieri, Siena, Italy, through one of UWA's overseas learning opportunities. Here is what Amy says about her experiences so far...
The University of Western Australia is completing construction on the new student accommodation at Currie Hall. From 2013, more students will be able to experience the unique collegiate community of UWA's own Hall of Residence and the many benefits of living on-campus. This could be you!
Following the success of the various "A Day in the Life of..." events run in April, registrations are now open for Year 11 and 12 students who would like the opportunity to experience "A Day in the Life of..." a Business, Engineering Science or Chemistry student.
Are you considering undertaking postgraduate Medicine, Dentistry or Podiatric Medicine at UWA and not sure what to choose for your undergraduate degree?
Applicants for the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD), Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) at UWA must complete an Australian undergraduate bachelor degree or equivalent (minimum of three years) before applying for postgraduate studies.
A Bachelor of Arts should not be confused with a degree in Fine Arts or Visual Arts. A UWA Bachelor of Arts degree 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.