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.
Students in years 10 - 12 may be interested in UWA's Postgrad and Honours Expo, happening on the 5th of October. As many of our degrees are now at a postgraduate level, it may be valuable to learn more about your chosen area of study.
Have you studied music at school and want to continue through your tertiary years without having to study it as a major? The School of Music offers students an exciting array of broadening units and electives designed to enrich your degree.
George Santayana once said, "Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it." Especially in this global society we live in today, studying history is extremely relevant for understanding today's world.
Each year UWA offers more than $20 million in scholarships for approximately 290 different scholarships to support both local and international students in their undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Scholarships for prospective students are now open for applications. Remember that scholarships and awards are not only for high achieving students. We have scholarships for students from rural and remote areas, diverse backgrounds, or students experiencing financial hardship.
Prospective students and their families are invited on a guided tour of The University of Western Australia's Crawley campus. The tour also provides an opportunity to ask questions about courses and admission requirements.
If you were around UWA's Crawley campus from the 21- 25 March you may have seen a horde of uni students yelling ‘brains!', shooting nerf guns, or throwing socks. No this is nothing to do with the New Courses 2012, instead this was an event hosted by the UWA Student Guild called ‘Humans vs Zombies'.
The April School Holidays have been busy here at UWA with the university hosting ‘A day in the life of a music student', ‘A day in the life of an astronomy student', and ‘A day in the life of an environmental science student'. The events were a great opportunity for school students to discover what a typical day at university is like.
The University of Western Australia's Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team is taking on its first international project with a venture that aims to empower women and families living in the slums of Kenya through education and economic support.
Did you know that The University of Western Australia has the second largest pipe organ in WA? Or that there are 184 steps to go up the University Clock Tower? These are some of the fascinating facts you may learn through a campus tour.
Students at The University of Western Australia are provided many opportunities to further develop their skills and enhance their university experience. For Daniel Sully, a UWA student, he was able to travel to Japan at the end of last year as part of the Mitsui Educational Foundation (MEF) Study Tour.