We understand that the application, offer and enrolment process for university can be a little daunting. That's why we're here to help!
Following is some information that will help you through the application process and, hopefully, get you into the course you want to study at UWA. Remember, if you have any other questions, you can ask a question online, or contact us to talk things over.
Australian domestic students (Australian citizens, permanent residents, holders of humanitarian visas and New Zealand citizens), apply online through the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC).
Mature-age applicants (aged 20 or more before 1 March 2013) using an ATAR, previous study or the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) as a basis of admission will apply online via TISC as indicated above.
UWA also offers mature-aged people with little or no previous background in tertiary study the opportunity to commence their degree on a trial basis via the Mature-age Access Program (MAP), which requires a manual application to the University. Find out more about eligibility criteria and other important information. Please note Semester 1, 2013 applications for MAP have now closed. The next intake will be for Semester 2, 2013.
If you're an international student, you should contact the University's International Centre for information.
There are a few deadlines you need to be aware of over the coming months. Our 'at-a-glance' summary will make sure you know what's coming up.
In 2012, UWA introduced a range of new courses to prepare students for the challenges of a changing world.
UWA's new undergraduate degrees (and the relevant TISC codes) are:
In addition, UWA offers a number of Assured Entry Pathways to Professional Postgraduate Degrees:
At the application stage, you only need to select the undergraduate degree or pathway you wish to study. You don’t need to tell us what major/s you’re interested in at this point. If you are offered an Assured Entry Pathway, you will nominate your chosen degree when you accept your place.
*Available only for eligible Year 12 school leavers. Other applicants will have the opportunity to apply for Professional Postgraduate Degrees in Dentistry, Medicine and Law via the applicable Graduate or Standard pathway.
To help you make sense of everything, we'll be running a number of information sessions between now and the end of the year. Register for your preferred date now.
Whatever question you have, we're sure you're not the only person who's considered it. We've put together a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about getting into UWA. If your question isn't listed, send it through to us, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
We'll be available when your WACE results are released - so whether the news is better or worse than you hoped for, you'll be able to get sound advice from our friendly, experienced staff.